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Trinity College Dublin

Ireland

2010 - Gold Medal, Royal Irish Academy Physical & Mathematical Sciences

2007 - Member of the Royal Irish Academy

1996 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

- Quantum field theory
- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis

Samson L. Shatashvili spends much of his time researching Mathematical physics, Gauge theory, Instanton, Superpotential and Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory. In general Mathematical physics study, his work on Open string often relates to the realm of Lagrangian, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His research in Gauge theory is mostly concerned with Supersymmetric gauge theory.

His Instanton study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pure mathematics, Moduli space, Bethe ansatz, Supersymmetry and Gauge group. His Superpotential research incorporates themes from Hitchin system, Yangian and Yang–Baxter equation. His Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory study which covers Introduction to gauge theory that intersects with Abelian group and BRST quantization.

- Quantization of Integrable Systems and Four Dimensional Gauge Theories (474 citations)
- Integrating over Higgs Branches (392 citations)
- D particle bound states and generalized instantons (388 citations)

His primary scientific interests are in Mathematical physics, Gauge theory, Instanton, Supersymmetry and Moduli space. He interconnects Action and Quantum mechanics in the investigation of issues within Mathematical physics. His study looks at the relationship between Gauge theory and topics such as Superpotential, which overlap with Hitchin system.

His work deals with themes such as Theoretical physics, Gauge group and Topology, which intersect with Instanton. His Supersymmetry study combines topics in areas such as Quantum, Heterotic string theory and Integrable system. His study in Moduli space is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cohomology and Riemann surface.

- Mathematical physics (92.23%)
- Gauge theory (54.37%)
- Instanton (33.01%)

- Mathematical physics (92.23%)
- Gauge theory (54.37%)
- Superpotential (19.42%)

Samson L. Shatashvili mainly investigates Mathematical physics, Gauge theory, Superpotential, Loop group and Quantization. His work in the fields of Mathematical physics, such as Integrable system, intersects with other areas such as Action-angle coordinates. As a part of the same scientific study, Samson L. Shatashvili usually deals with the Gauge theory, concentrating on Poincaré conjecture and frequently concerns with Conjecture, Supersymmetric gauge theory and Quantum mechanics.

His Superpotential study incorporates themes from Quiver, Yangian, Moduli space and Instanton. The Instanton study combines topics in areas such as Quantum electrodynamics, Riemann surface, Gauge group and Product. His Quantization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gravitation, Type, Wess–Zumino–Witten model and Decoupling.

- Quantum geometry and quiver gauge theories (156 citations)
- Quantum geometry and quiver gauge theories (156 citations)
- Bethe/gauge correspondence on curved spaces (103 citations)

- Quantum field theory
- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis

His primary areas of investigation include Gauge theory, Mathematical physics, Quiver, Quantum affine algebra and Superpotential. His Gauge theory research integrates issues from Topological quantum field theory, Yang–Baxter equation and Product. His work in Topological quantum field theory addresses issues such as Integrable system, which are connected to fields such as Supersymmetry.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantum algebra and R-matrix in addition to Yang–Baxter equation. Samson L. Shatashvili has included themes like Quantum electrodynamics, Instanton and Moduli space in his Product study. Samson L. Shatashvili frequently studies issues relating to Yangian and Quiver.

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Quantization of Integrable Systems and Four Dimensional Gauge Theories

Nikita A. Nekrasov;Samson L. Shatashvili.

XVITH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS. Held 3-8 August 2009 in Prague **(2010)**

873 Citations

Supersymmetric Vacua and Bethe Ansatz

Nikita A. Nekrasov;Nikita A. Nekrasov;Samson L. Shatashvili;Samson L. Shatashvili.

Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements **(2009)**

576 Citations

On Exact Tachyon Potential in Open String Field Theory

Anton A. Gerasimov;Samson L. Shatashvili.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2000)**

516 Citations

Integrating over Higgs Branches

Gregory W. Moore;Nikita Nekrasov;Samson Shatashvili.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(2000)**

425 Citations

D particle bound states and generalized instantons

Gregory W. Moore;Nikita Nekrasov;Samson Shatashvili.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(2000)**

402 Citations

Comment on the background independent open string theory

Samson L. Shatashvili.

Physics Letters B **(1993)**

383 Citations

Algebraic and Hamiltonian methods in the theory of non-Abelian anomalies

L.D. Faddeev;Samson L. Shatashvili.

Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(1984)**

346 Citations

Quantum Integrability and Supersymmetric Vacua

Nikita A. Nekrasov;Samson L. Shatashvili;Samson L. Shatashvili.

Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement **(2009)**

326 Citations

Issues in topological gauge theory

A. Losev;N. Nekrasov;S. Shatashvili.

Nuclear Physics **(1998)**

304 Citations

Darboux coordinates, Yang-Yang functional, and gauge theory

N. A. Nekrasov;A. A. Rosly;S. L. Shatashvili.

Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(2014)**

277 Citations

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