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Physics
D-index
119
Citations
54,247
616
World Ranking
551
National Ranking
312

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

His primary areas of investigation include Supergravity, Mathematical physics, Supersymmetry, Particle physics and Theoretical physics. Sergio Ferrara interconnects Compactification, Attractor, Moduli and Scalar in the investigation of issues within Supergravity. He has researched Mathematical physics in several fields, including Quantum electrodynamics, Central charge, Quantum mechanics and Symplectic geometry.

His Quantum mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Conformal field theory and Conformal symmetry. His work carried out in the field of Supersymmetry brings together such families of science as Symmetry breaking, Gauge theory, String theory and Moduli space. His research on Particle physics often connects related topics like Multiplet.

- N=2 extremal black holes. (1082 citations)
- Gauge models with spontaneously broken local supersymmetry (973 citations)
- Supersymmetry and attractors. (840 citations)

Sergio Ferrara spends much of his time researching Supergravity, Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Supersymmetry and Particle physics. His Supergravity study incorporates themes from Superstring theory, Moduli, Multiplet and Supersymmetry breaking. He combines subjects such as Quantum electrodynamics, Attractor, Moduli space, Scalar and Quantum mechanics with his study of Mathematical physics.

His study in Attractor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Central charge and Extremal black hole, Black hole. The study incorporates disciplines such as Spontaneous symmetry breaking and Homogeneous space in addition to Theoretical physics. He interconnects Compactification, Invariant and Bibliography in the investigation of issues within Supersymmetry.

- Supergravity (88.84%)
- Mathematical physics (70.91%)
- Theoretical physics (43.80%)

- Supergravity (88.84%)
- Mathematical physics (70.91%)
- Supersymmetry (39.83%)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Supergravity, Mathematical physics, Supersymmetry, Theoretical physics and Multiplet. His Supergravity study contributes to a more complete understanding of Particle physics. His Mathematical physics study combines topics in areas such as Quantum mechanics and De Sitter universe.

His Supersymmetry study incorporates themes from Quantum electrodynamics, Holomorphic function and Central charge. His Theoretical physics research includes themes of Quantum gravity, Ehlers group and Dimensional reduction. As a member of one scientific family, Sergio Ferrara mostly works in the field of Multiplet, focusing on Curvature and, on occasion, Cosmology.

- The Volkov–Akulov–Starobinsky supergravity (277 citations)
- The Volkov–Akulov–Starobinsky supergravity (277 citations)
- Cosmology with Nilpotent Superfields (244 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

Sergio Ferrara mainly investigates Supergravity, Mathematical physics, Inflaton, Multiplet and Supersymmetry. His Supergravity research includes elements of Theoretical physics and Massless particle. His Mathematical physics research focuses on De Sitter space and how it relates to Dual polyhedron, Superspace, Gauge theory, Mass formula and Anti-de Sitter space.

His Inflaton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Space, Isometry, Isometry group and Kähler manifold. His Supersymmetry research integrates issues from Moment map and Abelian group. Sergio Ferrara studied Particle physics and De Sitter universe that intersect with Curved space.

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Gauge models with spontaneously broken local supersymmetry

Riccardo Barbieri;S. Ferrara;Carlos A. Savoy.

Physics Letters B **(1982)**

2478 Citations

Yang-Mills theories with local supersymmetry: Lagrangian, transformation laws and super-Higgs effect

E. Cremmer;S. Ferrara;L. Girardello;A. Van Proeyen.

Nuclear Physics **(1983)**

1425 Citations

Supergauge invariant Yang-Mills theories

Sergio Ferrara;B Zumino.

Nuclear Physics **(1974)**

1192 Citations

N=2 extremal black holes.

Sergio Ferrara;Renata Kallosh;Andrew Strominger.

Physical Review D **(1995)**

1125 Citations

Progress Toward a Theory of Supergravity

Daniel Z. Freedman;P. van Nieuwenhuizen;S. Ferrara.

Physical Review D **(1976)**

1086 Citations

Naturally Vanishing Cosmological Constant in N=1 Supergravity

E. Cremmer;S. Ferrara;C. Kounnas;Dimitri V. Nanopoulos.

Physics Letters B **(1983)**

998 Citations

Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking and Higgs Effect in Supergravity Without Cosmological Constant

E. Cremmer;B. Julia;J. Scherk;S. Ferrara.

Nuclear Physics **(1979)**

945 Citations

Supersymmetry and attractors.

Sergio Ferrara;Renata Kallosh.

Physical Review D **(1996)**

904 Citations

Tensor representations of conformal algebra and conformally covariant operator product expansion

S Ferrara;A.F Grillo;R Gatto.

Annals of Physics **(1973)**

825 Citations

Black holes and critical points in moduli space

Sergio Ferrara;Gary W. Gibbons;Renata Kallosh.

Nuclear Physics **(1997)**

703 Citations

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