Niemi, Antti
Overview
Works:  6 works in 16 publications in 2 languages and 95 library holdings 

Genres:  Conference papers and proceedings Biographies History 
Roles:  Editor, htt, Author, Other, Thesis advisor 
Classifications:  QC19.2, 530.15 
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by
Antti Niemi
Integrable models and strings : proceedings of the 3rd Baltic Rim Student Seminar held at Helsinki, Finland, 1317 September
1993 by
Baltic Rim Student Seminar(
)
4 editions published between 1994 and 2013 in English and held by 49 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This is a collection of papers on a variety of topics of current interest in mathematical physics : integrable systems, quantum groups, topological quantum theory, string theory. Some of the contributions are lengthy reviews of lasting value on subjects like symplectic geometry of the ChernSimons theory or on mirror symmetry. The book addresses graduate students as well as researchers in mathematical physics
4 editions published between 1994 and 2013 in English and held by 49 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This is a collection of papers on a variety of topics of current interest in mathematical physics : integrable systems, quantum groups, topological quantum theory, string theory. Some of the contributions are lengthy reviews of lasting value on subjects like symplectic geometry of the ChernSimons theory or on mirror symmetry. The book addresses graduate students as well as researchers in mathematical physics
Roman Jackiw : 80th birthday festschrift(
)
5 editions published in 2020 in English and held by 35 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Personal recollections. Recent path crossings with Roman and Anomalies / Stephen L Adler. Roman Jackiw and the family structure / Luis ÁlvarezGaumè. Romaniana : a student's appreciation of Roman Jackiw, on his 80th birthday / Michael Bos. Electron fractionalization in celebration of Roman Jackiw's 80th birthday / Claudio Chamon. Roman Jackiw and our physics in common / John Mike Cornwall. Fun in 2+1 / Stanley Deser. Roman Jackiw and gauge field theory : reminiscences of MIT postdoc days / Nicholas Manton. Recollections of a most fruitful and enjoyable collaboration : looking back at my work with Roman Jackiw / Claudio Rebbi. Roman Jackiw and my MIT days / Paolo Rossi. Roman Jackiw : a beacon in a golden period of theoretical physics / Luc Vinet. Roman Jackiw / Steven Weinberg. Tribute to a mentor / L C Rohana Wijewardhana  Scientific contributions. Entanglement in fermionic chains and bispectrality / Nicolas Crampé, Rafael I Nepomechie and Luc Vinet. Gravitational Wilson lines in AdS₃ / Eric D'Hoker and Per Kraus. Bions and instantons in triplewell and multiwell potentials / Gerald V Dunne, Tin Sulejmanpasic and Mithat Ünsal. On the Sudakov form factor, and a factor of two / Stefano Forte. Emerging majorana modes in junctions of onedimensional spin systems / Domenico Giuliano, Andrea Trombettoni and Pasquale Sodano. Anomalies and Bose Symmetry / Daniel Kabat. Sasakians and the geometry of a mass term / V Parameswaran Nair. Celestial operator products of gluons and gravitons / Monica Patez, AnaMaria Raclariu, Andrew Strominger and Ellis Ye Yuan. How to split the electron in half / Gordon W Semenoff. Anomalies and topologies in quantum field theories / Gerard 't Hooft. Superinsulators, a toy realization of QCD in condensed matter / Maria Cristina Diamantini and Carlo A Trugenberger. Three easy pieces (in tribute to Roman Jackiw) / Frank Wilczek. A note on boundary conditions in euclidean gravity / Edward Witten
5 editions published in 2020 in English and held by 35 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Personal recollections. Recent path crossings with Roman and Anomalies / Stephen L Adler. Roman Jackiw and the family structure / Luis ÁlvarezGaumè. Romaniana : a student's appreciation of Roman Jackiw, on his 80th birthday / Michael Bos. Electron fractionalization in celebration of Roman Jackiw's 80th birthday / Claudio Chamon. Roman Jackiw and our physics in common / John Mike Cornwall. Fun in 2+1 / Stanley Deser. Roman Jackiw and gauge field theory : reminiscences of MIT postdoc days / Nicholas Manton. Recollections of a most fruitful and enjoyable collaboration : looking back at my work with Roman Jackiw / Claudio Rebbi. Roman Jackiw and my MIT days / Paolo Rossi. Roman Jackiw : a beacon in a golden period of theoretical physics / Luc Vinet. Roman Jackiw / Steven Weinberg. Tribute to a mentor / L C Rohana Wijewardhana  Scientific contributions. Entanglement in fermionic chains and bispectrality / Nicolas Crampé, Rafael I Nepomechie and Luc Vinet. Gravitational Wilson lines in AdS₃ / Eric D'Hoker and Per Kraus. Bions and instantons in triplewell and multiwell potentials / Gerald V Dunne, Tin Sulejmanpasic and Mithat Ünsal. On the Sudakov form factor, and a factor of two / Stefano Forte. Emerging majorana modes in junctions of onedimensional spin systems / Domenico Giuliano, Andrea Trombettoni and Pasquale Sodano. Anomalies and Bose Symmetry / Daniel Kabat. Sasakians and the geometry of a mass term / V Parameswaran Nair. Celestial operator products of gluons and gravitons / Monica Patez, AnaMaria Raclariu, Andrew Strominger and Ellis Ye Yuan. How to split the electron in half / Gordon W Semenoff. Anomalies and topologies in quantum field theories / Gerard 't Hooft. Superinsulators, a toy realization of QCD in condensed matter / Maria Cristina Diamantini and Carlo A Trugenberger. Three easy pieces (in tribute to Roman Jackiw) / Frank Wilczek. A note on boundary conditions in euclidean gravity / Edward Witten
Fifty years of mathematical physics : selected works of Ludwig Faddeev by
L. D Faddeev(
Book
)
3 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"This unique volume summarizes with a historical perspective several of the major scientific achievements of Ludwig Faddeev, with a foreword by Nobel Laureate C N Yang. The volume that spans over fifty years of Faddeev's career begins where he started his own scientific research, in the subject of scattering theory and the threebody problem. It then continues to describe Faddeev's contributions to automorphic functions, followed by an extensive account of his many fundamental contributions to quantum field theory including his original article on ghosts with Popov. Faddeev's contributions to soliton theory and integrable models are then described, followed by a survey of his work on quantum groups. The final scientific section is devoted to Faddeev's contemporary research including articles on his longterm interest in constructing knotted solitons and understanding confinement. The volume concludes with his personal view on science and mathematical physics in particular."Provided by publisher
3 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"This unique volume summarizes with a historical perspective several of the major scientific achievements of Ludwig Faddeev, with a foreword by Nobel Laureate C N Yang. The volume that spans over fifty years of Faddeev's career begins where he started his own scientific research, in the subject of scattering theory and the threebody problem. It then continues to describe Faddeev's contributions to automorphic functions, followed by an extensive account of his many fundamental contributions to quantum field theory including his original article on ghosts with Popov. Faddeev's contributions to soliton theory and integrable models are then described, followed by a survey of his work on quantum groups. The final scientific section is devoted to Faddeev's contemporary research including articles on his longterm interest in constructing knotted solitons and understanding confinement. The volume concludes with his personal view on science and mathematical physics in particular."Provided by publisher
Automatic control of paper machine by dry line measurement by
Antti J Niemi(
Book
)
2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Topological aspects of condensed matter physics : École de Physique des Houches, Session CIII, 429 August 2014 by
École de physique des Houches(
Book
)
1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book contains lecture notes by world experts on topological quantum phenomena, which are being developed at unprecedented rates in novel material systems
1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book contains lecture notes by world experts on topological quantum phenomena, which are being developed at unprecedented rates in novel material systems
Application de la symétrie de jauge et de la théorie des solitons aux protéines repliées by
Shuangwei Hu(
)
1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Le but de cette thèse est d'étudier profondément le repliement des protéines, au moyendes concepts d'invariance de jauge et d'universalité. La structure de jauge émerge del'équation de Frenet qui est utilisée pour décrire la forme de la chaîne principale de laprotéine. Le principe d'invariance de jauge conduit à une fonctionnelle d'énergieeffective pour une protéine, développée dans le but d'extraire les propriétésuniverselles des protéines repliées durant la phase d'effondrement, et qui estcaractérisée par la loi d'échelle du rayon de giration au niveau tertiaire de la structureprotéique. Dans cette thèse, on étudie l'existence d'une large universalité au niveausecondaire de la structure protéique. La fonctionnelle d'énergie invariante de jaugealliée à l'équation de Frenet discrète conduit à une solution solitonique, identifiéecomme un motif hélicebouclehélice dans la protéine
1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Le but de cette thèse est d'étudier profondément le repliement des protéines, au moyendes concepts d'invariance de jauge et d'universalité. La structure de jauge émerge del'équation de Frenet qui est utilisée pour décrire la forme de la chaîne principale de laprotéine. Le principe d'invariance de jauge conduit à une fonctionnelle d'énergieeffective pour une protéine, développée dans le but d'extraire les propriétésuniverselles des protéines repliées durant la phase d'effondrement, et qui estcaractérisée par la loi d'échelle du rayon de giration au niveau tertiaire de la structureprotéique. Dans cette thèse, on étudie l'existence d'une large universalité au niveausecondaire de la structure protéique. La fonctionnelle d'énergie invariante de jaugealliée à l'équation de Frenet discrète conduit à une solution solitonique, identifiéecomme un motif hélicebouclehélice dans la protéine
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