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Physics
D-index
80
Citations
20,391
199
World Ranking
2226
National Ranking
1133

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Mathematical analysis

Nicholas P. Warner mainly focuses on Supergravity, Mathematical physics, Supersymmetry, Theoretical physics and Quantum mechanics. His research in Supergravity intersects with topics in Quantum electrodynamics and Moduli. His work on N=8 Supergravity, Renormalization group and Gauge theory as part of general Mathematical physics research is often related to Boundary conformal field theory, thus linking different fields of science.

His work on Superpotential as part of his general Supersymmetry study is frequently connected to Duality, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Theoretical physics research includes themes of AdS/CFT correspondence, Black hole and Classical mechanics. His Quantum mechanics research integrates issues from Coset, Poincaré conjecture and Heterotic string theory.

- Renormalization group flows from holography supersymmetry and a c theorem (1035 citations)
- Chiral rings in N = 2 superconformal theories (818 citations)
- Self-dual strings and N = 2 supersymmetric field theory (411 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Supergravity, Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Supersymmetry and Black hole. The various areas that Nicholas P. Warner examines in his Supergravity study include Quantum electrodynamics, Brane cosmology and Brane. His Mathematical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Symmetry, Fixed point and Scalar.

His work on String theory as part of general Theoretical physics study is frequently connected to Ministate, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His research in Supersymmetry focuses on subjects like Compactification, which are connected to Pure mathematics. His Black hole research incorporates elements of Horizon and Classical mechanics.

- Supergravity (57.27%)
- Mathematical physics (55.15%)
- Theoretical physics (42.73%)

- Supergravity (57.27%)
- Theoretical physics (42.73%)
- Mathematical physics (55.15%)

Nicholas P. Warner spends much of his time researching Supergravity, Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics, Supersymmetry and Black hole. His Supergravity research is mostly focused on the topic Gauged supergravity. His work on String theory as part of general Theoretical physics research is often related to Ministate, thus linking different fields of science.

His Mathematical physics research includes elements of Conformal field theory and Scalar. His Supersymmetry study combines topics in areas such as Metric and Orientation. His research integrates issues of Scalar field, Horizon and WKB approximation in his study of Black hole.

- Habemus superstratum! A constructive proof of the existence of superstrata (148 citations)
- Smooth Horizonless Geometries Deep Inside the Black-Hole Regime (143 citations)
- Global structure of five-dimensional fuzzballs (131 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Mathematical analysis

Nicholas P. Warner mainly investigates Supergravity, Black hole, Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics and AdS/CFT correspondence. His work carried out in the field of Supergravity brings together such families of science as Quantum electrodynamics, String theory, Classical mechanics and Conformal field theory. Within one scientific family, Nicholas P. Warner focuses on topics pertaining to Scalar field under Black hole, and may sometimes address concerns connected to State, Moduli, Component and Mass gap.

His work in Mathematical physics addresses issues such as Scalar, which are connected to fields such as Separable space. In his articles, Nicholas P. Warner combines various disciplines, including Theoretical physics and Ministate. His Supersymmetry research incorporates themes from Global symmetry and Supersymmetric gauge theory.

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Renormalization group flows from holography supersymmetry and a c theorem

D. Z. Freedman;S. S. Gubser;K. Pilch;N. P. Warner.

Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(1999)**

1615 Citations

Chiral rings in N = 2 superconformal theories

Wolfgang Lerche;Cumrun Vafa;Nicholas P. Warner.

Nuclear Physics **(1989)**

1200 Citations

Catastrophes and the classification of conformal theories

Cumrun Vafa;Nicholas P. Warner.

Physics Letters B **(1989)**

585 Citations

Self-dual strings and N = 2 supersymmetric field theory

Albrecht Klemm;Wolfgang Lerche;Peter Mayr;Cumrun Vafa.

Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

558 Citations

INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS AND SUPERSYMMETRIC GAUGE THEORY

Emil J. Martinec;Nicholas P. Warner.

Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

431 Citations

Black holes, black rings and their microstates

Iosif Bena;Nicholas P. Warner.

Lecture Notes in Physics **(2007)**

426 Citations

One Ring to Rule Them All ... and in the Darkness Bind Them

Iosif Bena;Nicholas P. Warner.

Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(2005)**

423 Citations

Bubbling supertubes and foaming black holes

Iosif Bena;Nicholas P. Warner.

Physical Review D **(2006)**

353 Citations

Calabi-Yau manifolds and renormalization group flows

Brian R. Greene;C. Vafa;N.P. Warner.

Nuclear Physics **(1989)**

322 Citations

Compact and non-compact gauged supergravity theories in five dimensions

M Günaydin;M Günaydin;L J Romans;Nicholas P Warner.

Nuclear Physics **(1986)**

321 Citations

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