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Physics
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92
Citations
32,826
634
World Ranking
1468
National Ranking
19

- Quantum mechanics
- Neutron
- Quantum field theory

Mean field theory, Quantum mechanics, Atomic physics, Neutron and Quantum electrodynamics are his primary areas of study. His Mean field theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Symmetry breaking, Hartree, Angular momentum, Spectral line and Nuclear drip line. Jie Meng combines subjects such as Nuclear theory and Homogeneous space with his study of Quantum mechanics.

His study on Random phase approximation is often connected to Quasiparticle as part of broader study in Atomic physics. His Neutron study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Nuclear physics. Jie Meng interconnects Density functional theory, Nuclear matter, Nucleon, Hartree–Fock method and Covariant transformation in the investigation of issues within Quantum electrodynamics.

- Relativistic continuum Hartree Bogoliubov theory for ground-state properties of exotic nuclei (566 citations)
- Relativistic continuum Hartree Bogoliubov theory for ground-state properties of exotic nuclei (566 citations)
- Tilted rotation of triaxial nuclei (292 citations)

His primary areas of study are Atomic physics, Mean field theory, Neutron, Covariant transformation and Quantum electrodynamics. His Atomic physics study also includes

- Angular momentum and related Excited state,
- Spectral line which connect with Condensed matter physics. His Mean field theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Binding energy, Adiabatic process, Wave function and Ground state.

His Neutron research is under the purview of Nuclear physics. His Covariant transformation study deals with Density functional theory intersecting with Rotation. His Quantum mechanics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nuclear theory and Homogeneous space.

- Atomic physics (59.34%)
- Mean field theory (44.99%)
- Neutron (50.00%)

- Neutron (50.00%)
- Covariant transformation (56.72%)
- Density functional theory (45.33%)

Jie Meng mainly focuses on Neutron, Covariant transformation, Density functional theory, Nuclear theory and Quantum electrodynamics. Neutron is a subfield of Nuclear physics that Jie Meng studies. His research in Nuclear physics intersects with topics in Bound state and Hartree.

His Covariant transformation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Particle physics, Nucleon, Theoretical physics and Nuclear structure. His Density functional theory study is focused on Quantum mechanics in general. His Nuclear drip line research integrates issues from Mean field theory and Binding energy.

- The limits of the nuclear landscape explored by the relativistic continuum Hartree–Bogoliubov theory (54 citations)
- The limits of the nuclear landscape explored by the relativistic continuum Hartree–Bogoliubov theory (54 citations)
- The limits of the nuclear landscape explored by the relativistic continuum Hartree–Bogoliubov theory (54 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Neutron

Jie Meng focuses on Neutron, Nuclear theory, Covariant transformation, Nuclear matter and Density functional theory. His study in Neutron is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ab initio quantum chemistry methods and Atomic physics. His Nuclear theory study incorporates themes from Hartree–Fock method, Quantum electrodynamics and Molecular physics.

The Covariant transformation study combines topics in areas such as Nuclear structure and Spin-½. The subject of his Density functional theory research is within the realm of Quantum mechanics. His studies in Nuclear physics integrate themes in fields like Bound state and Mean field theory.

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Relativistic continuum Hartree Bogoliubov theory for ground-state properties of exotic nuclei

J. Meng;J. Meng;H. Toki;S.G. Zhou;S.Q. Zhang.

Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics **(2006)**

898 Citations

Tilted rotation of triaxial nuclei

Stefan Frauendorf;J. Meng.

Nuclear Physics **(1997)**

611 Citations

Relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov Description of the Neutron Halo in 11Li.

J. Meng;P. Ring.

Physical Review Letters **(1996)**

471 Citations

New parametrization for the nuclear covariant energy density functional with a point-coupling interaction

P. W. Zhao;Z. P. Li;Z. P. Li;J. M. Yao;J. Meng;J. Meng;J. Meng.

Physical Review C **(2010)**

453 Citations

New effective interactions in relativistic mean field theory with nonlinear terms and density-dependent meson-nucleon coupling

Wenhui Long;Jie Meng;Nguyen Van Giai;Shan-Gui Zhou.

Physical Review C **(2004)**

434 Citations

Pseudospin symmetry in relativistic mean field theory

J. Meng;K. Sugawara-Tanabe;S. Yamaji;P. Ring.

Physical Review C **(1998)**

418 Citations

New effective interactions in RMF theory with non-linear terms and density-dependent meson-nucleon coupling

Wenhui Long;Jie Meng;Nguyen Van Giai;Shan-Gui Zhou.

arXiv: Nuclear Theory **(2003)**

386 Citations

Giant Halo at the Neutron Drip Line

Jie Meng;Peter Ring.

Physical Review Letters **(1998)**

367 Citations

Pseudospin symmetry in Zr and Sn isotopes from the proton drip line to the neutron drip line

J. Meng;J. Meng;K. Sugawara-Tanabe;S. Yamaji;A. Arima.

Physical Review C **(1999)**

334 Citations

Relativistic continuum Hartree-Bogoliubov theory with both zero range and finite range Gogny force and their application

Jie Meng.

Nuclear Physics **(1998)**

324 Citations

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