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Mathematics
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35
Citations
3,878
124
World Ranking
1941
National Ranking
80

- Pure mathematics
- Algebra
- Geometry

His primary areas of investigation include Mathematical physics, Coset, Pure mathematics, Supersymmetry and Conformal field theory. His Mathematical physics study incorporates themes from Quantum electrodynamics and Boundary. His work on Coset construction as part of general Coset research is frequently linked to Vertex, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.

His research on Pure mathematics often connects related areas such as Positive-definite matrix. His research integrates issues of Theoretical physics and Wess–Zumino–Witten model in his study of Supersymmetry. In his articles, Thomas Creutzig combines various disciplines, including Conformal field theory and Fusion rules.

- Higher spin AdS 3 supergravity and its dual CFT (159 citations)
- Higher spin AdS_3 supergravity and its dual CFT (143 citations)
- MODULAR DATA AND VERLINDE FORMULAE FOR FRACTIONAL LEVEL WZW MODELS I (120 citations)

Thomas Creutzig mainly focuses on Pure mathematics, Vertex operator algebra, Combinatorics, Vertex and Coset. Many of his research projects under Pure mathematics are closely connected to Fusion rules with Fusion rules, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. He combines subjects such as Discrete mathematics, Coprime integers, Superconformal algebra, Lattice and Quantum group with his study of Vertex operator algebra.

His Quotient study in the realm of Combinatorics interacts with subjects such as Vertex. His research investigates the connection between Coset and topics such as Supersymmetry that intersect with problems in Theoretical physics and Wess–Zumino–Witten model. His Conformal field theory research includes themes of Operator product expansion and Partition function.

- Pure mathematics (45.11%)
- Vertex operator algebra (27.17%)
- Combinatorics (25.54%)

- Combinatorics (25.54%)
- Pure mathematics (45.11%)
- Type (16.30%)

Thomas Creutzig mainly investigates Combinatorics, Pure mathematics, Type, Vertex operator algebra and Vertex. His research in Combinatorics focuses on subjects like Operator algebra, which are connected to Tensor product. His Pure mathematics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Central charge.

His work deals with themes such as Functor, Coset and Connection, which intersect with Type. His Vertex operator algebra research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ribbon, Automorphism and Lie algebra. His Lie algebra research integrates issues from Hamiltonian and Quantum.

- A quasi-Hopf algebra for the triplet vertex operator algebra (26 citations)
- S-duality for the Large N = 4 Superconformal Algebra (23 citations)
- Simple current extensions beyond semi-simplicity (23 citations)

- Algebra
- Pure mathematics
- Geometry

His main research concerns Vertex, Combinatorics, Vertex operator algebra, Type and Vertex. His Vertex investigation overlaps with Pure mathematics, S-duality, Langlands program and Operator algebra. His work focuses on many connections between Pure mathematics and other disciplines, such as Central charge, that overlap with his field of interest in Simple.

Thomas Creutzig usually deals with Combinatorics and limits it to topics linked to Subalgebra and Diagonal, Coset, Degenerate energy levels and Connection. Thomas Creutzig has included themes like Quasi-Hopf algebra, Semi-simplicity, Algebra and Quantum group in his Vertex operator algebra study. Thomas Creutzig works mostly in the field of Type, limiting it down to topics relating to Quotient and, in certain cases, Lattice, Coset construction, Duality and Coxeter group.

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Higher spin AdS_3 supergravity and its dual CFT

Thomas Creutzig;Yasuaki Hikida;Peter B. Ronne.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2011)**

224 Citations

Higher spin AdS 3 supergravity and its dual CFT

Thomas Creutzig;Yasuaki Hikida;Peter B. Rønne.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2012)**

164 Citations

MODULAR DATA AND VERLINDE FORMULAE FOR FRACTIONAL LEVEL WZW MODELS I

Thomas Creutzig;David Ridout.

Nuclear Physics **(2012)**

133 Citations

Logarithmic conformal field theory: beyond an introduction

Thomas Creutzig;David Ridout.

Journal of Physics A **(2013)**

131 Citations

Tensor categories for vertex operator superalgebra extensions

Thomas Creutzig;Shashank Kanade;Robert McRae.

arXiv: Quantum Algebra **(2017)**

128 Citations

Higher spin AdS_3 holography with extended supersymmetry

Thomas Creutzig;Yasuaki Hikida;Peter B. Ronne.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2014)**

103 Citations

W-algebras as coset vertex algebras

Tomoyuki Arakawa;Thomas Creutzig;Andrew R. Linshaw.

Inventiones Mathematicae **(2019)**

90 Citations

Relating the archetypes of logarithmic conformal field theory

Thomas Creutzig;Thomas Creutzig;David Ridout.

Nuclear Physics **(2013)**

86 Citations

SCHUR–WEYL DUALITY FOR HEISENBERG COSETS

Thomas Creutzig;Shashank Kanade;Shashank Kanade;Andrew R. Linshaw;David Ridout.

Transformation Groups **(2019)**

85 Citations

False theta functions and the Verlinde formula

Thomas Creutzig;Antun Milas.

Advances in Mathematics **(2014)**

82 Citations

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