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1438

2012 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his wide ranging contributions to gravitational physics at its intersection with elementary particle physics, especially his work on the quantum properties of black holes in the universe and in accelerators

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- General relativity

His scientific interests lie mostly in Theoretical physics, Quantum mechanics, Quantum gravity, Black hole and Gravitation. His research in Theoretical physics intersects with topics in Supergravity and Particle physics. Steven B. Giddings focuses mostly in the field of Quantum mechanics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Axion and, in certain cases, Goldstone boson, Charge, Field strength and Schwarzschild metric.

His Quantum gravity study combines topics in areas such as Hawking, Spacetime, Classical mechanics and Quantum geometry. The Black hole study combines topics in areas such as Arbitrarily large and Entropy. His Gravitation research includes themes of General relativity, Gravitational field, Theory of relativity and Semiclassical physics.

- Hierarchies from fluxes in string compactifications (2096 citations)
- High-energy colliders as black hole factories: The End of short distance physics (843 citations)
- Evanescent black holes. (711 citations)

His primary areas of study are Theoretical physics, Black hole, Quantum gravity, Quantum mechanics and Classical mechanics. Steven B. Giddings studies String theory which is a part of Theoretical physics. Steven B. Giddings studied Quantum gravity and Quantum field theory that intersect with Operator algebra.

In his research on the topic of Quantum mechanics, Conformal field theory is strongly related with Mathematical physics. His study in Classical mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quantum information, Open quantum system and De Sitter space. Steven B. Giddings has researched Micro black hole in several fields, including Binary black hole, Particle physics and Fuzzball.

- Theoretical physics (52.24%)
- Black hole (40.30%)
- Quantum gravity (34.33%)

- Theoretical physics (52.24%)
- Gravitation (20.40%)
- Quantum (10.95%)

Steven B. Giddings mainly focuses on Theoretical physics, Gravitation, Quantum, Black hole and Quantum gravity. Steven B. Giddings interconnects Quantum field theory, Unitarity, Observable, Quantum state and Gauge theory in the investigation of issues within Theoretical physics. His work carried out in the field of Gravitation brings together such families of science as General relativity, Hamiltonian, Gravitational field and Hilbert space.

His Quantum research incorporates themes from Universe and Interferometry. His Quantum gravity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quantum information, Open quantum system and Mathematical economics. His White hole research focuses on Fuzzball and how it connects with Micro black hole, Naked singularity and Hawking radiation.

- Event Horizon Telescope observations as probes for quantum structure of astrophysical black holes (64 citations)
- Nonviolent unitarization: basic postulates to soft quantum structure of black holes (62 citations)
- Prospects for Fundamental Physics with LISA (47 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- General relativity

Steven B. Giddings mainly investigates Quantum, Black hole, Quantum gravity, Gravitation and Data science. The various areas that Steven B. Giddings examines in his Quantum study include Black hole information paradox, Spacetime and Calculus. Steven B. Giddings is interested in Event Horizon Telescope, which is a branch of Black hole.

His Quantum gravity study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Quantum information. His studies in Gravitation integrate themes in fields like Theoretical physics, Quantum field theory, Observable and Unitarity. His Theoretical physics study incorporates themes from Black hole thermodynamics, Perturbation theory, Hilbert space, Gravitational field and Measure.

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Hierarchies from fluxes in string compactifications

Steven B. Giddings;Shamit Kachru;Shamit Kachru;Joseph Polchinski.

Physical Review D **(2002)**

2243 Citations

High-energy colliders as black hole factories: The End of short distance physics

Steven B. Giddings;Scott D. Thomas;Scott D. Thomas.

Physical Review D **(2002)**

1382 Citations

Evanescent black holes.

Curtis G. Callan;Steven B. Giddings;Jeffrey A. Harvey;Andrew Strominger.

Physical Review D **(1992)**

1327 Citations

Classical black hole production in high-energy collisions

Douglas M. Eardley;Steven B. Giddings.

Physical Review D **(2002)**

630 Citations

Loss of Incoherence and Determination of Coupling Constants in Quantum Gravity

Steven B. Giddings;Andrew Strominger.

Nuclear Physics **(1988)**

611 Citations

Linearized gravity in brane backgrounds

Steven B. Giddings;Emanuel Katz;Lisa Randall;Lisa Randall;Lisa Randall.

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

529 Citations

Axion-induced topology change in quantum gravity and string theory

Steven B. Giddings;Steven B. Giddings;Andrew Strominger.

Nuclear Physics **(1988)**

481 Citations

Inflation Physics from the Cosmic Microwave Background and Large Scale Structure.

K. N. Abazajian;K. Arnold;J. Austermann;B. A. Benson.

**(2015)**

353 Citations

Scales and hierarchies in warped compactifications and brane worlds

Oliver DeWolfe;Steven B. Giddings;Steven B. Giddings.

Physical Review D **(2003)**

348 Citations

Baby Universes, Third Quantization and the Cosmological Constant

Steven B Giddings;Andrew Strominger.

Nuclear Physics **(1989)**

304 Citations

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