Special Topic: Supersymmetry> Interviews

Published November 2011

Read interviews, first-person essays, profiles, and other features about people in a wide variety of fields, along with information on journals & institutions in the topic of Hadron Colliders. All of the author comments below are also listed in the site-wide Author Commentaries listings (available by month/year or alphabetically).
 

 

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JUNE 2012
Nima Arkani-Hamed on Maximally Supersymmetric Theories

Nima Arkani-HamedAccording to our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research, Nima Arkani-Hamed contributed to 26 of the papers in our special dataset covering the last decade. Collectively, these papers were cited a total of 2,640 times, placing Arkani-Hamed at #2 on our listing of supersymmetry authors by cites per paper, and at #10 by total citations. In this interview, he talks with ScienceWatch.com about supersymmetry and its place in theoretical physics.

 

MARCH 2012
Mirjam Cvetic on String Theory and Supersymmetry

Mirjam CveticOur Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the last decade has demonstrated that Professor Mirjam Cvetic of the University of Pennsylvania is a highly cited author in the field. In our special dataset on supersymmetry, Cvetic has contributed to 62 papers cited a total of 2,764 times, placing her at #8 among authors ranked by total citations. In this interview, she talks with ScienceWatch.com correspondent Gary Taubes about her work.

 

MARCH 2012
Shamit Kachru on Breaking Supersymmetry

Shamit KachruAccording to our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the last decade, Professor Shamit Kachru has contributed to 42 of the reports in our special collection. These papers have collectively been cited 3,951 times, placing him at #2 on our listing of supersymmetrcy authors by citations, and at #4 by cites per paper. In this interview, Kachru talks with ScienceWatch.com about his highly cited theoretical insights into supersymmetry.

 

FEBRUARY 2012
Sven Heinemeyer on Supersymmetry at the Large Hadron Collider

Sven HeinemeyerOur Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the last decade has identified Professor Sven Heinemeyer of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) as a highly cited author in the field. In the last decade he has contributed to 88 of the papers specified for this topic, gaining 3,135 citations, earning the #3 spot in the author ranking by papers and the #6 spot by total citations. In this interview, he talks with ScienceWatch.com correspondent Simon Mitton about his work.

 

JANUARY 2012
John Ellis on the Symbiosis Between Particle Physics & Astrophysics

John EllisAccording to our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the past decade, the work of Professor John Ellis ranks at #1 by total citations and by total papers, based on 134 papers cited a total of 4,632 times. His work also appears in Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics, where he ranks among the top 1% of researchers in Physics, with 164 papers cited a total of 4,594 times between January 1, 2001 and August 31, 2011. In this interview, he talks with ScienceWatch.com about his highly cited work as it relates to supersymmetry.


DECEMBER 2011
Keith Olive on Possibilities for Supersymmetric Dark Matter

Keith OliveOur Special Topics analysis on Supersymmetry research published over the past decade shows that the work of Dr. Keith Olive ranks at #3 by total cites and #4 by total papers, based on 85 papers cited a total of 3,792 times. Olive also ranks among the top 20 researchers in Physics in Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics. In this interview, ScienceWatch.com correspondent Gary Taubes talks with Olive about his supersymmetry research.

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