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Physics
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94
Citations
44,401
330
World Ranking
1376
National Ranking
730

1994 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences

1994 - Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics, American Physical Society and American Institute of Physics

1979 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1971 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS)

1966 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Quantum field theory

Mathematical physics, Classical mechanics, Quantum mechanics, Gravitation and General relativity are his primary areas of study. His study ties his expertise on Graviton together with the subject of Mathematical physics. His Classical mechanics research includes elements of Curvature, Constant curvature and De Sitter universe.

His Gravitation study combines topics in areas such as Field, Einstein tensor, Point particle, Electromagnetism and Coupling constant. His General relativity research is within the category of Theoretical physics. Stanley Deser has researched Theoretical physics in several fields, including Gauge anomaly, Supersymmetric gauge theory, Gauge fixing and Acceleration.

- The Dynamics of General Relativity (2102 citations)
- Three-dimensional massive gauge theories (1405 citations)
- Topologically Massive Gauge Theories (1174 citations)

Stanley Deser mostly deals with Mathematical physics, Classical mechanics, Theoretical physics, Gravitation and Quantum mechanics. Massless particle, Gauge theory, Einstein, Invariant and Supergravity are among the areas of Mathematical physics where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Gauge theory research incorporates elements of Quantum electrodynamics and Abelian group.

While the research belongs to areas of Classical mechanics, Stanley Deser spends his time largely on the problem of Tensor, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Curvature. His Theoretical physics study often links to related topics such as Field. Particularly relevant to Graviton is his body of work in Gravitation.

- Mathematical physics (63.04%)
- Classical mechanics (35.65%)
- Theoretical physics (31.74%)

- Mathematical physics (63.04%)
- Classical mechanics (35.65%)
- Theoretical physics (31.74%)

Stanley Deser mainly investigates Mathematical physics, Classical mechanics, Theoretical physics, Massive gravity and Curvature. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quantum mechanics and Tensor. His Classical mechanics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Singularity, Einstein tensor and Constraint.

His work in the fields of Theoretical physics, such as General relativity, overlaps with other areas such as Simple. His Massive gravity research integrates issues from Covariant transformation, Riemann curvature tensor and Superluminal motion. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quadratic equation and General covariance in addition to Curvature.

- Republication of: The dynamics of general relativity (844 citations)
- Republication of: The dynamics of general relativity (844 citations)
- Generalized Galileons: All scalar models whose curved background extensions maintain second-order field equations and stress tensors (716 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Quantum field theory

Stanley Deser focuses on Mathematical physics, Classical mechanics, Massive gravity, Graviton and Cosmological constant. His studies in Mathematical physics integrate themes in fields like Invariant, Curvature and Quantum mechanics. His Classical mechanics study deals with Scalar intersecting with Field equation, Mathematical model, Theory of relativity, Anti-de Sitter space and Einstein tensor.

His studies deal with areas such as General relativity, Theoretical physics, Einstein and Differential geometry as well as Graviton. His study in General relativity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Canonical variable and Hamiltonian formalism. The Cosmological constant study combines topics in areas such as Higher-dimensional Einstein gravity, Sign, Conformal gravity, Gravitation and Gauge theory.

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The Dynamics of General Relativity

R. Arnowitt;S. Deser;C. W. Misner.

arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology **(2004)**

2621 Citations

Three-dimensional massive gauge theories

Stanley Deser;R. Jackiw;S. Templeton.

Physical Review Letters **(1982)**

2381 Citations

String-generated gravity models.

David G. Boulware;Stanley Deser.

Physical Review Letters **(1985)**

2008 Citations

Topologically Massive Gauge Theories

Stanley Deser;R. Jackiw;S. Templeton.

Annals of Physics **(1982)**

1897 Citations

Can gravitation have a finite range

D.G. Boulware;Stanley Deser.

Physical Review D **(1972)**

1718 Citations

Republication of: The dynamics of general relativity

Richard L. Arnowitt;Stanley Deser;Stanley Deser;Charles W. Misner.

General Relativity and Gravitation **(2008)**

1511 Citations

Three-dimensional Einstein gravity: Dynamics of flat space

Stanley Deser;R. Jackiw;Gerard 't Hooft.

Annals of Physics **(1984)**

1437 Citations

Stability of gravity with a cosmological constant

Laurence F Abbott;Stanley D Deser.

Nuclear Physics **(1982)**

1150 Citations

Dynamical Structure and Definition of Energy in General Relativity

Richard L. Arnowitt;Stanley Deser;Charles W. Misner.

Physical Review **(1959)**

898 Citations

Canonical Variables for General Relativity

Richard L. Arnowitt;Stanley Deser;Charles W. Misner.

Physical Review **(1960)**

894 Citations

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