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Mathematics
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55
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10,790
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578
National Ranking
302

2002 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his sustained contributions to understanding the kinetics of aggregation and fragmentation, nonequilibrium chemical reactions, kinetic phase transitions, and percolation theory

- Quantum mechanics
- Geometry
- Mathematical analysis

Statistical physics, Kinetics, Scaling, Percolation and Thermodynamics are his primary areas of study. His Statistical physics research incorporates themes from Continuum percolation theory, Percolation critical exponents, Lattice, Square lattice and Monte Carlo method. He works mostly in the field of Monte Carlo method, limiting it down to topics relating to Probability density function and, in certain cases, Condensed matter physics, as a part of the same area of interest.

His Kinetics study combines topics in areas such as Depolymerization, Dynamic scaling and Polymer degradation. In his study, Generating function, Series expansion and Cubic crystal system is strongly linked to Function, which falls under the umbrella field of Percolation. His Thermodynamics research is mostly focused on the topic Phase transition.

- Kinetic phase transitions in an irreversible surface-reaction model. (722 citations)
- Fast Monte Carlo algorithm for site or bond percolation. (335 citations)
- Efficient Monte Carlo algorithm and high-precision results for percolation. (298 citations)

His primary scientific interests are in Statistical physics, Percolation, Lattice, Combinatorics and Percolation critical exponents. As a member of one scientific family, Robert M. Ziff mostly works in the field of Statistical physics, focusing on Phase transition and, on occasion, Adsorption. His Percolation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Function, Mathematical analysis, Scaling and Cluster.

His study in the fields of Square lattice and Hexagonal lattice under the domain of Lattice overlaps with other disciplines such as Coordination number. He combines subjects such as Square and Mathematical physics with his study of Square lattice. He works in the field of Percolation critical exponents, namely Continuum percolation theory.

- Statistical physics (31.25%)
- Percolation (29.69%)
- Lattice (21.09%)

- Percolation (29.69%)
- Lattice (21.09%)
- Square lattice (12.11%)

His primary areas of study are Percolation, Lattice, Square lattice, Combinatorics and Statistical physics. His studies in Percolation integrate themes in fields like Critical value, Bethe lattice, Theoretical physics and Second moment of area. His study looks at the intersection of Lattice and topics like Monte Carlo method with Cubic crystal system and Scaling.

His Square lattice research includes themes of Mathematical physics, Percolation process, Square, Percolation critical exponents and Single cluster. The Combinatorics study combines topics in areas such as Continuum, Fractal dimension, Measure, Critical point and Directed percolation. His Statistical physics research incorporates elements of Hypergraph, Renormalization group, Valence, Taylor series and Critical point.

- Fractal kinetics of COVID-19 pandemic (72 citations)
- Topological percolation on hyperbolic simplicial complexes (32 citations)
- Percolation of disordered jammed sphere packings (22 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Geometry

Robert M. Ziff mainly focuses on Fractal, Exponent, Lattice, Statistical physics and Periodic boundary conditions. As a part of the same scientific study, Robert M. Ziff usually deals with the Fractal, concentrating on Exponential growth and frequently concerns with Exponential behavior. Combining a variety of fields, including Exponent, Renormalization group, Universality and Scaling, are what the author presents in his essays.

His work in Lattice addresses subjects such as Probability distribution, which are connected to disciplines such as Combinatorics. His Statistical physics research focuses on Network dynamics and how it relates to Phase transition. His Periodic boundary conditions study incorporates themes from Term, Random sequential adsorption and Constant.

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Kinetic phase transitions in an irreversible surface-reaction model.

Robert M. Ziff;Erdagon Gulari;Yoav Barshad.

Physical Review Letters **(1986)**

1235 Citations

Efficient Monte Carlo algorithm and high-precision results for percolation.

M. E. J. Newman;R. M. Ziff.

Physical Review Letters **(2000)**

578 Citations

Efficient Monte Carlo algorithm and high-precision results for percolation.

M. E. J. Newman;R. M. Ziff.

Physical Review Letters **(2000)**

578 Citations

Fast Monte Carlo algorithm for site or bond percolation.

M. E. J. Newman;R. M. Ziff.

Physical Review E **(2001)**

566 Citations

Fast Monte Carlo algorithm for site or bond percolation.

M. E. J. Newman;R. M. Ziff.

Physical Review E **(2001)**

566 Citations

The kinetics of cluster fragmentation and depolymerisation

Robert M. Ziff;E. D. McGrady.

Journal of Physics A **(1985)**

438 Citations

The kinetics of cluster fragmentation and depolymerisation

Robert M. Ziff;E. D. McGrady.

Journal of Physics A **(1985)**

438 Citations

Precise determination of the bond percolation thresholds and finite-size scaling corrections for the sc, fcc, and bcc lattices

Christian D. Lorenz;Robert M. Ziff.

Physical Review E **(1998)**

416 Citations

Precise determination of the bond percolation thresholds and finite-size scaling corrections for the sc, fcc, and bcc lattices

Christian D. Lorenz;Robert M. Ziff.

Physical Review E **(1998)**

416 Citations

The ideal Bose-Einstein gas, revisited

Robert M Ziff;George E Uhlenbeck;Mark Kac.

Physics Reports **(1977)**

386 Citations

Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications

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