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Physics
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75
Citations
18,493
302
World Ranking
2612
National Ranking
132

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Standard Model

Vittorio Lubicz spends much of his time researching Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Physics beyond the Standard Model, CP violation and Lattice QCD. Quark, Standard Model, Unitarity, Meson and Lattice field theory are among the areas of Particle physics where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Meson research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hadron and Lattice.

Within one scientific family, Vittorio Lubicz focuses on topics pertaining to Chiral perturbation theory under Lattice, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Fermion. His Quantum chromodynamics research includes elements of Pion, Nuclear physics and Renormalization. His Physics beyond the Standard Model study combines topics in areas such as Large Hadron Collider, Hamiltonian, Supersymmetry and Flavour.

- Review of lattice results concerning low-energy particle physics (753 citations)
- Review of lattice results concerning low-energy particle physics: Flavour Lattice Averaging Group (FLAG). (394 citations)
- Model-independent constraints on Delta F=2 operators and the scale of New Physics (362 citations)

His primary scientific interests are in Particle physics, Lattice QCD, Quark, Lattice and Meson. His work on Particle physics deals in particular with Unitarity, Pion, Quantum chromodynamics, Fermion and Pseudoscalar. He has researched Unitarity in several fields, including Standard Model, Theoretical physics, Flavour, CP violation and Physics beyond the Standard Model.

His Lattice QCD research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chiral perturbation theory, Hadron and Cabibbo–Kobayashi–Maskawa matrix. While the research belongs to areas of Quark, he spends his time largely on the problem of Renormalization, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Non-perturbative. His Meson research incorporates themes from Virtual particle, Quenched approximation and Observable.

- Particle physics (86.60%)
- Lattice QCD (38.87%)
- Quark (40.21%)

- Particle physics (86.60%)
- Pion (20.11%)
- Meson (25.47%)

Vittorio Lubicz focuses on Particle physics, Pion, Meson, Quark and Pseudoscalar. Particle physics connects with themes related to Lattice in his study. He combines subjects such as Chiral perturbation theory and Cabibbo–Kobayashi–Maskawa matrix with his study of Lattice.

His research in Pion intersects with topics in B meson, Flavour and Anomalous magnetic dipole moment. His Meson research integrates issues from Virtual particle and Radiative transfer. His Lattice QCD study also includes

- Unitarity which intersects with area such as Standard Model and Large Hadron Collider,
- Physics beyond the Standard Model which is related to area like CP violation,
- Renormalization and related Gauge theory.

- Review of lattice results concerning low-energy particle physics: Flavour Lattice Averaging Group (FLAG). (394 citations)
- The Belle II Physics Book (138 citations)
- First Lattice Calculation of the QED Corrections to Leptonic Decay Rates (50 citations)

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Review of lattice results concerning low-energy particle physics

S. Aoki;Y. Aoki;Y. Aoki;Y. Aoki;D. Bečirević;C. Bernard.

European Physical Journal C **(2011)**

834 Citations

Review of lattice results concerning low-energy particle physics: Flavour Lattice Averaging Group (FLAG).

Sinya Aoki;Yasumichi Aoki;Yasumichi Aoki;Yasumichi Aoki;D. Bečirević;Claude Bernard.

European Physical Journal C **(2017)**

707 Citations

Delta M(K) and epsilon(K) in SUSY at the next-to-leading order

Marco Ciuchini;Livio Conti;Andrea Donini;Enrico Franco.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(1998)**

624 Citations

Model-independent constraints on Delta F=2 operators and the scale of New Physics

M. Bona;M. Ciuchini;E. Franco.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology **(2007)**

618 Citations

Model-independent constraints on ΔF = 2 operators and the scale of new physics

M. Bona;M. Ciuchini;E. Franco;V. Lubicz.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2008)**

618 Citations

2000 CKM-triangle analysis a critical review with updated experimental inputs and theoretical parameters

Marco Ciuchini;Vittorio Lubicz;Giulio D'Agostini;Enrico Franco.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2001)**

573 Citations

The Belle II Physics Book

E. Kou;P. Urquijo;W. Altmannshofer;F. Beaujean.

Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics **(2019)**

445 Citations

The unitarity triangle fit in the standard model and hadronic parameters from lattice QCD: a reappraisal after the measurements of Δms and BR(B→τντ)

Marcella Bona;Marco Ciuchini;Enrico Franco.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2006)**

436 Citations

The 2004 UTfit collaboration report on the status of the unitarity triangle in the standard model

Marcella Bona;Marco Ciuchini;Enrico Franco;Vittorio Lubicz.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2005)**

427 Citations

Dynamical twisted mass fermions with light quarks: simulation and analysis details

Philippe Boucaud;P. Dimopoulos;Federico Farchioni;Roberto Frezzotti.

Computer Physics Communications **(2008)**

386 Citations

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