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According to Wikipedia, Curtis Gove Callan Jr. is an American theoretical physicist and the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Physics at Princeton University. He has conducted research in gauge theory, string theory, instantons, black holes, strong interactions, and many other topics. He was awarded the Sakurai Prize in 2000 and the Dirac Medal in 2004.

- STRUCTURE OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL LAGRANGIANS. II. (1969) (1325)
- Strings in background fields (1985) (1011)
- Fate of the false vacuum. II. First quantum corrections (1977) (935)
- A new improved energy-momentum tensor (1970) (794)
- The structure of the gauge theory vacuum (1976) (745)
- Open strings in background gauge fields (1987) (594)
- D-brane Approach to Black Hole Quantum Mechanics (1996) (588)
- Brane dynamics from the Born-Infeld action (1997) (540)
- ANOMALIES AND FERMION ZERO MODES ON STRINGS AND DOMAIN WALLS (1985) (522)
- Broken scale invariance in scalar field theory (1970) (510)
- High-energy electroproduction and the constitution of the electric current (1969) (467)
- Worldsheet approach to heterotic instantons and solitons (1991) (430)
- Toward a Theory of the Strong Interactions (1978) (430)
- Loop corrections to superstring equations of motion (1988) (326)
- Worldbrane actions for string solitons (1991) (324)
- Rapid dissection and model-based optimization of inducible enhancers in human cells using a massively parallel reporter assay (2012) (296)
- Adding holes and crosscaps to the superstring (1987) (273)
- Equal-Time Commutators and K-Meson Decays (1966) (271)
- Maximum entropy models for antibody diversity (2010) (270)
- String loop corrections to beta functions (1987) (269)
- Using deep sequencing to characterize the biophysical mechanism of a transcriptional regulatory sequence (2010) (266)
- Quantizing string theory in AdS5×S5: beyond the pp-wave (2003) (236)
- Information flow and optimization in transcriptional regulation (2008) (235)
- Supersymmetric String Solitons (1991) (230)
- Statistical inference of the generation probability of T-cell receptors from sequence repertoires (2012) (229)
- Bound-state approach to strangeness in the Skyrme model (1985) (220)
- Exact solution of a boundary conformal field theory (1994) (204)
- String theory effective actions (1986) (202)
- Holography beyond the Penrose limit (2004) (145)
- Dyon-fermion dynamics (1982) (143)
- Black holes in string theory (1989) (139)
- Two-Dimensional Yang-Mills Theory: A Model of Quark Confinement (1976) (135)
- Baryon Masses in the Bound State Approach to Strangeness in the Skyrme Model (1988) (135)
- Inferring processes underlying B-cell repertoire diversity (2015) (133)
- D-brane boundary state dynamics (1995) (121)
- Extremal black holes as fundamental strings (1996) (119)
- A Theory of Hadronic Structure (1979) (116)
- Monopole catalysis of baryon decay (1983) (112)
- Information capacity of genetic regulatory elements. (2008) (112)
- Energy-dependent fitness: A quantitative model for the evolution of yeast transcription factor binding sites (2008) (112)
- Baryons and string creation from the 5-brane world-volume action (1999) (110)
- Quantifying selection in immune receptor repertoires (2014) (106)
- Vertex operators in background fields (1986) (102)
- Photon Splitting in a Strong Magnetic Field (1970) (101)
- Absorption of fixed scalars and the D-brane approach to black holes (1997) (100)
- Liouville models of black hole evaporation (1993) (94)
- Higher impurity AdS/CFT correspondence in the near-BMN limit (2004) (94)
- Baryons and flux tubes in confining gauge theories from brane actions (1999) (93)
- Bjorken Scaling in Quantum Field Theory (1973) (93)
- Infrared behavior at negative curvature (1990) (91)
- Monopole Catalysis of Skyrmion Decay (1984) (82)
- Precise physical models of protein–DNA interaction from high-throughput data (2007) (80)
- Quantum perturbation theory of solitons (1975) (80)
- Brane Death and Dynamics From the Born-Infeld Action (1997) (76)
- Predicting the spectrum of TCR repertoire sharing with a data‐driven model of recombination (2018) (74)
- Crucial Test of a Theory of Currents (1968) (66)
- Strings in Background Fields (1987) (65)
- Undulating strings and gauge theory waves (2000) (62)
- Open string theory as dissipative quantum mechanics (1990) (62)
- SIGMA MODELS AND STRING THEORY (1989) (50)
- Evolutionary comparisons suggest many novel cAMP response protein binding sites in Escherichia coli. (2004) (50)
- Are instantons found (1980) (47)
- The Structure of Hadrons in {QCD} (1978) (45)
- Phase diagram of the dissipative Hofstadter model (1992) (42)
- Cosmology and Newtonian Mechanics (1965) (41)
- From the Born-Infeld Action (2004) (41)
- BROKEN SCALE INVARIANCE AND ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR. (1972) (39)
- Electromagnetic Simulation of T Violation in Beta Decay (1967) (38)
- Effect of instantons on the heavy-quark potential (1978) (37)
- CONSTRAINTS ON ANOMALIES. (1972) (36)
- Remarks on the new resonances at 3.1 and 3.7 GeV (1975) (33)
- World-sheet dynamics of string junctions (1998) (31)
- Instantons as a bridge between weak and strong coupling in quantum chromodynamics (1979) (31)
- Lattice super-Yang–Mills: a virial approach to operator dimensions (2004) (31)
- Loop corrections to conformal invariance for type-I superstrings (1988) (28)
- Pseudoparticles and massless fermions in two dimensions (1977) (28)
- SOLVABLE TWO-DIMENSIONAL FIELD THEORY BASED ON CURRENTS. (1968) (26)
- Critical theories of the dissipative Hofstadter model (1993) (25)
- Magnetic fields and fractional statistics in boundary conformal field theory (1995) (24)
- A comment on the scattering of macroscopic strings (1991) (24)
- Boundary conditions on the monopole Dirac equation (1983) (21)
- Cosmic strings as orbifolds (1986) (20)
- Quantifying selection in immune receptor repertoires (2014) (20)
- INTRODUCTION TO RENORMALIZATION THEORY (1993) (17)
- Fixed Angle Scattering in Quantum Field Theory (1975) (14)
- Sensors to Support the Soldier (2005) (14)
- ARE ALL COSMIC-RAY MUONS REALLY MUONS. (1968) (14)
- Tilting the Noncommutative Bion (2002) (13)
- Using reparametrization invariance to define vacuum infinities in string path integrals (1989) (13)
- Insights into immune system development and function from mouse T-cell repertoires (2017) (12)
- Quark Models, Current Algebras, and Radiative Corrections to Beta Decay (1968) (9)
- Instantons and Solitons in Heterotic String Theory (1991) (8)
- The Theory of the Scattering Matrix for the Interactions of Fundamental Particles. A. O. Barut. Macmillan, New York, 1967. xiv + 350 pp., illus. $13.95 (1968) (8)
- Repertoire sequencing and the statistical ensemble approach to adaptive immunity (2017) (7)
- Light Cone Approach to Structure Function Inequalities (1972) (7)
- The monopole catalysis S-matrix (1984) (6)
- QUARK FUSION IN QUASI-STELLAR OBJECTS. (1971) (6)
- Instantons and Massless Fermions in Two-Dimensions (1977) (5)
- Inferring processes underlying B-cell repertoire diversity (2015) (5)
- Possibility of Strong Interactions for the Intermediate Boson (1968) (4)
- Neutrino Detection Primer (1988) (4)
- OLGA: fast computation of generation probabilities of B- and T-cell receptor amino acid sequences and motifs (2018) (4)
- Violations of Bjorken scaling in inclusive e+e- annihilation (1975) (3)
- Phase transitions in QCD as tunneling through singular barriers (1978) (3)
- Catalysis of Baryon Decay (1983) (3)
- Lower Bound on the Decay Rate for (1967) (3)
- Data Mining and the Human Genome (2000) (3)
- Model calculations of electroproduction and inclusive annihilation cross sections (1975) (3)
- Non-GPS Methods of Geolocation (2002) (3)
- Predicting the spectrum of TCR repertoire sharing with a data-driven model of recombination (2018) (2)
- SEASAT III and IV (1984) (2)
- Active Sonar Waveform (2004) (2)
- Two-dimensional Yang-Mills theory: A model of quark confinement (1993) (2)
- Re-examination of an SU3 prediction for reactions: comparison with differential cross section data (1965) (2)
- A simple picture of the weak-to-strong coupling transition in quantum chromodynamics (1980) (1)
- William Edward Caswell (2001) (1)
- Reversible Logic as a Strategy for Computing (1984) (1)
- Catalysis Without Tears (1984) (1)
- LOWER BOUND ON THE DECAY RATE FOR eta $Yields$ $mu$$sup +$ + $mu$. (1967) (1)
- TOPOLOGY IN FIELD THEORY (1984) (0)
- Topological Aspects of QFT: Monopoles, Skirmions, Strings and All That (1988) (0)
- Regulatory Biophysics From Sequence Data (2010) (0)
- Security and Privacy in the NII (1995) (0)
- Microsurveillance of the Urban Battlefield (1995) (0)
- Multiple Scattering Effects in Radar Observations of Wakes (1984) (0)
- REVIEW OF INELASTIC ELECTRON SCATTERING. (1970) (0)
- The Proton Decay — Magnetic Monopole Connection (1983) (0)
- Violations of Bjorken scaling in inclusive e$sup +$e$sup -$ annihilation (1975) (0)
- Gravitational Phenomena From Superstrings in Curved Space-Time (1994) (0)
- Radical Computing II (1984) (0)
- Neutrino detection primer. Technical report (1988) (0)
- A statistical ensemble approach to understanding adaptive immunity: using sequence data to quantify the extraordinary diversity, in both sequence and protective specifictiy, of the T- and B-cells cells that make up an individual human's immune system. (2020) (0)
- CALCULATION OF THE NUCLEON MAGNETIC MOMENTS BY DISPERSION-THEORY METHODS (1966) (0)
- Describing Particle Reactions. (Book Reviews: The Theory of the Scattering Matrix for the Interactions of Fundamental Particles) (1968) (0)
- Inference of selection in the adaptive immune system (2017) (0)
- THE 'EGASP' METHOD FOR TRAVELING SALESMAN-LIKE RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROBLEMS (1987) (0)
- Statistical investigations into immune system diversity in mice and man (0)
- BORN-INFELD ACTIONS AND D-BRANE PHYSICS (2000) (0)
- Analytic transfer-matrix verification of the droplet picture in the anisotropic d = 2 Ising model (0)
- SEASAT 3 and 4 (1984) (0)
- IASSNS-HEP-93 / 87 On Geometric Entropy (1994) (0)
- SPACE-TIME BACKGROUNDS IN STRING THEORY: BEYOND THE TREE APPROXIMATION (1987) (0)
- Generation and Airborne Detection of Internal Waves from an Object Moving through a Stratified Ocean. Volume 2: Supporing Analyses (1969) (0)
- Scaling of Adaptive Immune System Repertoires (2017) (0)
- Mouse T cell repertoires as statistical ensembles: overall characterization and age dependence (2016) (0)
- Color From Geometry (strings, Fivebrane, Baryon, Fourbrane) (1999) (0)
- The search for the ultimate structure of matter: triumph and crisis in fundamental physics (1995) (0)
- Worldbraneactionsfor string solitons (0)
- A method for measuring and modeling quantitative sequence-function relationships for possible applications in transcriptional misregulation, antibody optimization, and antigenic epitope development (2011) (0)
- Decision letter: Deep generative models for T cell receptor protein sequences (2019) (0)
- Bohm's Interpretation and Explicit Quantum-Mechanical Non-Locality (1999) (0)
- Exotic applications of light cone algebra (1972) (0)
- Correction for Sethna et al., Insights into immune system development and function from mouse T-cell repertoires (2017) (0)
- HIGH PERFORMANCE BIOCOMPUTATION (2005) (0)
- Generation Probabilities of T cell receptors: a story of Coarse Graining (2018) (0)
- THEORETICAL SUMMARY OF 1984 LEIPZIG CONFERENCE (1984) (0)
- Molecular Electronics: Interfacing the Nano- and Micro-Worlds (2000) (0)
- IV. - CONCLUSIONSUMMARY TALK (1971) (0)
- Introduction to the light cone (1972) (0)
- Comment on the spontaneous breakdown of scale invariance (1971) (0)
- Drag Reduction and Adaptive Boundary Conditions (1981) (0)
- Jason: heavy-ion-driven inertial fusion (1978) (0)
- INTRODUCTION TO CONFORMAL INVARIANCE (1974) (0)
- Statistical Models of Adaptive Immune populations (2016) (0)
- Drag reduction and adaptive boundary conditions. Technical report (1981) (0)
- Reply to Hagen's comment (1977) (0)

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