While the research belongs to areas of Isospin, Thomas Guhr spends his time largely on the problem of Particle physics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Matrix element and Symmetry breaking. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Particle physics and Matrix element. In his study, Thomas Guhr carries out multidisciplinary Symmetry breaking and Electron research. Electron and Coulomb are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. His Universality (dynamical systems) research extends to the thematically linked field of Quantum mechanics. Much of his study explores Composite material relationship to Quartz. He performs multidisciplinary study in Eigenvalues and eigenvectors and Random matrix in his work. Thomas Guhr undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Random matrix and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors through his research. Thomas Guhr merges many fields, such as Statistical physics and Mathematical physics, in his writings.
Thomas Guhr performs integrative study on Quantum mechanics and Symmetry breaking. Thomas Guhr performs multidisciplinary study on Statistical physics and Theoretical physics in his works. While working in this field, Thomas Guhr studies both Theoretical physics and Statistical physics. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Eigenvalues and eigenvectors and Random matrix in his work. As part of his studies on Composite material, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Matrix (chemical analysis). His Matrix (chemical analysis) study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Composite material. Many of his studies on Geometry involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Symmetry (geometry). In most of his Symmetry (geometry) studies, his work intersects topics such as Geometry. He incorporates Statistics and Mathematical optimization in his research.
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RANDOM-MATRIX THEORIES IN QUANTUM PHYSICS : COMMON CONCEPTS
Thomas Guhr;Axel Müller–Groeling;Hans A. Weidenmüller.
Physics Reports (1998)
Random Matrix Theories in Quantum Physics: Common Concepts
Thomas Guhr;Axel Mueller-Groeling;Hans A. Weidenmueller.
arXiv: Condensed Matter (1997)
Random matrix approach to cross correlations in financial data.
Vasiliki Plerou;Vasiliki Plerou;Parameswaran Gopikrishnan;Bernd Rosenow;Bernd Rosenow;Luís A. Nunes Amaral.
Physical Review E (2002)
Identifying States of a Financial Market
Michael C. Münnix;Michael C. Münnix;Takashi Shimada;Takashi Shimada;Rudi Schäfer;Francois Leyvraz.
Scientific Reports (2012)
Spectral Statistics of Acoustic Resonances in Aluminum Blocks.
Clive Sigurd Ellegaard;T. Guhr;K. Lindemann;H.Q. Lorensen.
Physical Review Letters (1995)
Symmetry Breaking and Spectral Statistics of Acoustic Resonances in Quartz Blocks
C Ellegaard;T Guhr;K Lindemann;J Nygård.
Physical Review Letters (1996)
Dyson’s correlation functions and graded symmetry
Journal of Mathematical Physics (1991)
Microscopic spectrum of the QCD Dirac operator with finite quark masses
T. Wilke;T. Guhr;T. Wettig.
Physical Review D (1998)
A new method to estimate the noise in financial correlation matrices
Thomas Guhr;Bernd Kalber;Bernd Kalber.
Journal of Physics A (2003)
Universal spectral correlations of the Dirac operator at finite temperature
Thomas Guhr;Tilo Wettig;Tilo Wettig.
Nuclear Physics (1997)
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