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Physics
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74
Citations
18,326
323
World Ranking
2687
National Ranking
250

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Mathematical analysis

Tiberiu Harko mainly investigates Gravitation, Classical mechanics, Mathematical physics, f gravity and Gravitational field. His Gravitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dark energy, Upper and lower bounds, Cosmological constant and De Sitter universe. He studies Classical mechanics, focusing on General relativity in particular.

His Mathematical physics research focuses on subjects like Cosmology, which are linked to Curvature. His f gravity research incorporates elements of Virial mass, Virial theorem, Matter creation, Scalar field and Velocity dispersion. His Gravitational field study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Test particle, Thermodynamic system, Entropy production, Entropy and Equations of motion.

- $f(R,T)$ gravity (1159 citations)
- Extra force in f(R) modified theories of gravity (548 citations)
- Can dark matter be a Bose?Einstein condensate? (313 citations)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Classical mechanics, Mathematical physics, Gravitation, Gravitational field and Astrophysics. His work on General relativity as part of general Classical mechanics research is frequently linked to Volume viscosity, bridging the gap between disciplines. The various areas that Tiberiu Harko examines in his Mathematical physics study include Differential equation, Scalar and Barotropic fluid.

Tiberiu Harko has researched Gravitation in several fields, including Cosmological constant, Geometry, f gravity, Upper and lower bounds and Equations of motion. His Gravitational field research also works with subjects such as

- Anisotropy most often made with reference to Einstein,
- Test particle together with Symmetry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Astronomy and Photon in addition to Astrophysics.

- Classical mechanics (42.46%)
- Mathematical physics (30.18%)
- Gravitation (28.77%)

- Classical mechanics (42.46%)
- Gravitation (28.77%)
- Mathematical physics (30.18%)

Tiberiu Harko mostly deals with Classical mechanics, Gravitation, Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics and Gravitational field. Tiberiu Harko is studying Equations of motion, which is a component of Classical mechanics. His research in Gravitation intersects with topics in Dark energy, Upper and lower bounds and f gravity.

His work on Cosmological constant is typically connected to Formalism as part of general Mathematical physics study, connecting several disciplines of science. His work carried out in the field of Theoretical physics brings together such families of science as Einstein, Universe, Loop quantum cosmology and Photon gas. His Gravitational field study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Scalar field, Naked singularity, String and Scalar curvature.

- Exact analytical solutions of the Susceptible-Infected-Recovered (SIR) epidemic model and of the SIR model with equal death and birth rates (193 citations)
- Generalized Curvature-Matter Couplings in Modified Gravity (137 citations)
- Nonminimal torsion-matter coupling extension of f(T) gravity (126 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Mathematical analysis

Gravitation, Theoretical physics, Classical mechanics, Mathematical physics and General relativity are his primary areas of study. Tiberiu Harko focuses mostly in the field of Gravitation, narrowing it down to matters related to f gravity and, in some cases, Matter creation. His Theoretical physics research includes elements of Dark energy and Dark matter.

He specializes in Classical mechanics, namely Gravitational field. Tiberiu Harko combines subjects such as Second law of thermodynamics, Thermodynamic system, Entropy production and Entropy with his study of Mathematical physics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Brane cosmology, Brane, Naked singularity, Black hole and Large extra dimension.

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$f(R,T)$ gravity

Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S. N. Lobo;Shin’ichi Nojiri;Sergei D. Odintsov.

Physical Review D **(2011)**

1666 Citations

Extra force in f(R) modified theories of gravity

Orfeu Bertolami;Christian G. Böhmer;Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S. N. Lobo.

Physical Review D **(2007)**

651 Citations

Can dark matter be a Bose-Einstein condensate?

C. G. Boehmer;T. Harko.

arXiv: Astrophysics **(2007)**

450 Citations

Can dark matter be a Bose?Einstein condensate?

C G Böhmer;T Harko.

Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics **(2007)**

388 Citations

Anisotropic stars in general relativity

M.K. Mak;T. Harko.

Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences **(2003)**

369 Citations

Exact analytical solutions of the Susceptible-Infected-Recovered (SIR) epidemic model and of the SIR model with equal death and birth rates

Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S.N. Lobo;M.K. Mak.

Applied Mathematics and Computation **(2014)**

363 Citations

f(R,L_m) gravity

Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S. N. Lobo.

arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology **(2010)**

363 Citations

f(R,L m ) gravity

Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S. N. Lobo.

European Physical Journal C **(2010)**

295 Citations

Quark stars admitting a one parameter group of conformal motions

M. K. Mak;T. Harko.

International Journal of Modern Physics D **(2004)**

284 Citations

Bounds on the basic physical parameters for anisotropic compact general relativistic objects

C. G. Boehmer;T. Harko.

arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology **(2006)**

276 Citations

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