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American mathematician and mathematical physicist

John Carlos Baez is an American mathematical physicist and a professor of mathematics at the University of California, Riverside in Riverside, California. He has worked on spin foams in loop quantum gravity, applications of higher categories to physics, and applied category theory.

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- Quantum geometry of isolated horizons and black hole entropy
- Spin foam models
- An Introduction to Spin Foam Models of BF Theory and Quantum Gravity
- Higher‐dimensional algebra and topological quantum field theory
- Spin Networks in Gauge Theory
- Gauge Fields, Knots and Gravity
- The quantum tetrahedron in 3 and 4 dimensions
- Generalized measures in gauge theory
- An invitation to higher gauge theory
- Introduction to Algebraic and Constructive Quantum Field Theory
- Higher-Dimensional Algebra III.n-Categories and the Algebra of Opetopes
- Link invariants of finite type and perturbation theory
- Categorified Symplectic Geometry and the Classical String
- Categorification
- Spin foam models of Riemannian quantum gravity
- From loop groups to 2-groups
- A Characterization of Entropy in Terms of Information Loss
- Four-dimensional BF theory as a topological quantum field theory
- Higher Dimensional Algebra
- Asymptotics of 10 j symbols
- The algebra of grand unified theories
- Higher gauge theory
- Exotic statistics for strings in 4d BF theory
- Convenient categories of smooth spaces
- Higher-Dimensional Algebra II. 2-Hilbert Spaces
- Molecular Characterization and Genetic Diversity of ESBL-Producing Escherichia coli Colonizing the Migratory Franklin's Gulls (Leucophaeus pipixcan) in Antofagasta, North of Chile
- Quantum Quandaries: A Category-Theoretic Perspective
- Division Algebras and Quantum Theory
- The global Goursat problem and scattering for nonlinear wave equations
- From Finite Sets to Feynman Diagrams
- Integrability for relativistic spin networks
- Functional Integration on Spaces of Connections
- Quantization of diffeomorphism-invariant theories with fermions
- Categorified symplectic geometry and the string Lie 2-algebra
- An algebraic approach to discrete mechanics
- Book Review: On quaternions and octonions: Their geometry, arithmetic, and symmetry
- Relative Entropy in Biological Systems
- Uncertainty in measurements of distance
- Division algebras and supersymmetry I
- Division algebras and supersymmetry II
- An introduction to n-categories
- A Noether theorem for Markov processes
- Positivity of spin foam amplitudes
- A compositional framework for reaction networks
- Diffeomorphism-Invariant Spin Network States
- Hochschild homology in a braided tensor category
- A compositional framework for Markov processes
- Teleparallel Gravity as a Higher Gauge Theory
- Higher-dimensional algebra IV: 2-tangles
- Higher-dimensional algebra and Planck scale physics
- The quantum of area?
- The meaning of Einstein’s equation
- Differential calculi on quantum vector spaces with Hecke-type relations
- R-commutative geometry and quantization of Poisson algebras
- Strings and two-dimensional QCD for finite N
- Spin networks in nonperturbative quantum gravity
- Algorithmic thermodynamics
- $\mathrm {G}_2$ and the rolling ball
- Infinite-Dimensional Representations of 2-Groups
- Quantropy
- The Classifying Space of a Topological 2-Group
- Wick products of the free Bose field
- Quantum Techniques in Stochastic Mechanics
- Scattering and the geometry of the solution manifold of □ƒ + λƒ3 = 0
- Quantum gravity Hamiltonian for manifolds with boundary
- Lectures on N-Categories and Cohomology
- Analyticity of scattering for the ?4 theory
- The global Goursat problem on R × S1
- The Strangest Numbers in String Theory
- Monte Carlo Methods in Climate Science
- Quantization of strings and branes coupled to BF theory
- Topological lower bound on the energy of a twisted rod
- A Prehistory of n-Categorical Physics
- Open Petri nets
- Scattering and complete integrability in conformally invariant nonlinear theories
- Degenerate Solutions of General Relativity from Topological Field Theory
- Conserved quantities for the Yang-Mills equations
- Scattering for the Yang-Mills equations
- ON THE HOPF TERM IN A TWO-DIMENSIONAL σ MODEL FOR ANTIFERROMAGNETS
- The vacuum and lightcone quantization of interaction Hamiltonians
- Is life improbable?
- Renormalized oscillator Hamiltonians
- Topological aspects of spin and statistics in nonlinear sigma models
- The Earth – for physicists
- Recursivity in quantum mechanics
- Network Models from Petri Nets with Catalysts
- Scattering and complete integrability in the massive ϑ4 theory
- On quantum fields satisfying a given wave equation
- Categories of Nets
- Quantum Techniques for Reaction Networks
- Molecular characterization and antibiotic resistance of Enterococcus species from gut microbiota of Chilean Altiplano camelids
- Detección de genes de virulencia en cepas de Enterococcus faecalis susceptibles y resistentes a aminoglucósidos
- Enriched Lawvere Theories for Operational Semantics
- Reviews
- Open systems in classical mechanics
- Scattering and complete integrability in four dimensions
- Spin foam perturbation theory
- Foundations of Mathematics and Physics One Century After Hilbert: New Perspectives
- Short Stories
- Short Stories
- Keystones
- Computation and the Periodic Table
- OPERADS IN ALGEBRA, TOPOLOGY AND PHYSICS (Mathematical Surveys and Monographs 96) By MARTIN MARKL, STEVE SHNIDER and JIM STASHEFF: 349 pp., US$89.00, ISBN 0-8218-2134-2 (American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 2002).
- LOOP QUANTUM GRAVITY, QUANTUM GEOMETRY AND SPIN FOAMS
- The Math That Takes Newton into the Quantum World
- The Strangest Numbers in String Theory
- The Math That Takes Newton into the Quantum World
- Proceedings Applied Category Theory 2019

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

University of Antofagasta

Chilean university

University of California, Riverside

Public research university in Riverside, California, USA

Princeton University

Private Ivy League research university in Princeton, New Jersey, United States

#1037 World Rank

Physics

#1458 World Rank

Mathematics

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