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Physics
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74
Citations
17,712
219
World Ranking
2697
National Ranking
12

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Mathematical analysis

His primary scientific interests are in Mathematical physics, Particle physics, Feynman diagram, Asymptotic expansion and Dimensional regularization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantum electrodynamics, Computation, Quantum mechanics and Conformal symmetry in addition to Mathematical physics. His studies in Particle physics integrate themes in fields like Loop and Nuclear physics.

In his research on the topic of Feynman diagram, Order of integration is strongly related with Reduction. His Asymptotic expansion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Vertex function, Taylor series and Bibliography. Vladimir A. Smirnov combines subjects such as Propagator and Laurent series with his study of Dimensional regularization.

- Iteration of planar amplitudes in maximally supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory at three loops and beyond (895 citations)
- Asymptotic expansion of Feynman integrals near threshold (561 citations)
- Magic identities for conformal four-point integrals (472 citations)

Particle physics, Mathematical physics, Loop, Quantum chromodynamics and Quark are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Nuclear physics and Lepton in his study of Particle physics. His work on Feynman diagram, Massless particle and Propagator is typically connected to Planar as part of general Mathematical physics study, connecting several disciplines of science.

Vladimir A. Smirnov usually deals with Feynman diagram and limits it to topics linked to Mathematical analysis and Momentum. His Loop study combines topics in areas such as Quantum electrodynamics, Form factor and Self-energy. Vladimir A. Smirnov studied Quantum chromodynamics and Differential equation that intersect with Applied mathematics.

- Particle physics (55.62%)
- Mathematical physics (30.76%)
- Loop (22.28%)

- Particle physics (55.62%)
- Quark (18.78%)
- Nuclear physics (15.10%)

Vladimir A. Smirnov mainly investigates Particle physics, Quark, Nuclear physics, Quantum chromodynamics and Differential equation. His Lepton research extends to Particle physics, which is thematically connected. His studies deal with areas such as Loop and Scalar as well as Quark.

His research in Quantum chromodynamics intersects with topics in Field and Feynman diagram, Renormalization, Mathematical physics. The Massless particle and Dimensional regularization research he does as part of his general Mathematical physics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Planar, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Differential equation research incorporates elements of Basis, Propagator, Root of unity and Applied mathematics.

- FCC-hh: The Hadron Collider: Future Circular Collider Conceptual Design Report Volume 3 (224 citations)
- FCC Physics Opportunities: Future Circular Collider Conceptual Design Report Volume 1 (204 citations)
- FCC-ee: The Lepton Collider (146 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Mathematical analysis

Vladimir A. Smirnov mainly focuses on Particle physics, Quark, Quantum chromodynamics, Large Hadron Collider and Mathematical physics. Vladimir A. Smirnov has included themes like Lambda and Lepton in his Particle physics study. In his study, Feynman diagram, Scalar and Pseudovector is inextricably linked to Fermion, which falls within the broad field of Quark.

His Quantum chromodynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Order, Massless particle, Form factor, Baryon and Loop. His Large Hadron Collider study incorporates themes from Physics beyond the Standard Model and Proton. His Mathematical physics research includes themes of Heavy quark effective theory and Differential equation.

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Asymptotic expansion of Feynman integrals near threshold

M. Beneke;Vladimir A. Smirnov.

Nuclear Physics **(1998)**

954 Citations

Iteration of planar amplitudes in maximally supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory at three loops and beyond

Zvi Bern;Lance J. Dixon;Vladimir A. Smirnov.

Physical Review D **(2005)**

953 Citations

Analytical result for dimensionally regularized massless on shell double box

Vladimir A. Smirnov.

Physics Letters B **(1999)**

535 Citations

The Four-Loop Planar Amplitude and Cusp Anomalous Dimension in Maximally Supersymmetric Yang-Mills Theory

Zvi Bern;Michael Czakon;Lance J. Dixon;David A. Kosower.

Physical Review D **(2007)**

531 Citations

Applied Asymptotic Expansions in Momenta and Masses

Vladimir A. Smirnov.

**(2001)**

506 Citations

Magic identities for conformal four-point integrals

James M. Drummond;Johannes Henn;Vladimir A. Smirnov;Emery Sokatchev.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2007)**

503 Citations

Evaluating Feynman Integrals

Vladimir A. Smirnov.

**(2004)**

410 Citations

Quark and Gluon Form Factors to Three Loops

P A Baikov;K G Chetyrkin;K G Chetyrkin;A V Smirnov;A V Smirnov;V A Smirnov;V A Smirnov.

Physical Review Letters **(2009)**

393 Citations

The Two-Loop Hexagon Wilson Loop in N = 4 SYM

Vittorio Del Duca;Claude Duhr;Vladimir A. Smirnov.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2010)**

382 Citations

FCC Physics Opportunities: Future Circular Collider Conceptual Design Report Volume 1

A. Abada;M. Abbrescia;M. Abbrescia;S. S. AbdusSalam;I. Abdyukhanov.

European Physical Journal C **(2019)**

360 Citations

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