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Physics
D-index
92
Citations
37,316
485
World Ranking
1480
National Ranking
125

- Quantum mechanics
- Neutron
- Quantum field theory

His primary areas of investigation include Mean field theory, Quantum electrodynamics, Pairing, Hartree and Atomic physics. His work carried out in the field of Mean field theory brings together such families of science as Meson, Nuclear physics, Neutron, Classical mechanics and Density functional theory. Many-body problem and Semiclassical physics is closely connected to Wave function in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Classical mechanics.

His Quantum electrodynamics study incorporates themes from Field, Quantum mechanics, Random phase approximation, Stability and Nuclear drip line. Peter Ring frequently studies issues relating to Nuclear force and Pairing. His Quadrupole and Hartree–Fock method study in the realm of Atomic physics interacts with subjects such as Line.

- The Nuclear Many-body Problem (4146 citations)
- New parametrization for the Lagrangian density of relativistic mean field theory (927 citations)
- Relativistic mean field theory in finite nuclei (911 citations)

His primary areas of study are Quantum electrodynamics, Mean field theory, Atomic physics, Neutron and Quantum mechanics. His research in Quantum electrodynamics intersects with topics in Meson, Quasiparticle, Random phase approximation, Pairing and Nuclear matter. His work is dedicated to discovering how Pairing, Hartree are connected with Binding energy and other disciplines.

His work in Mean field theory addresses issues such as Wave function, which are connected to fields such as Angular momentum. His Atomic physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dipole and Excitation. His work deals with themes such as Nuclear structure, Isospin and Proton, which intersect with Neutron.

- Quantum electrodynamics (33.49%)
- Mean field theory (28.21%)
- Atomic physics (27.29%)

- Covariant transformation (11.47%)
- Density functional theory (11.01%)
- Quantum electrodynamics (33.49%)

Peter Ring focuses on Covariant transformation, Density functional theory, Quantum electrodynamics, Atomic physics and Nuclear physics. The concepts of his Covariant transformation study are interwoven with issues in Neutron, Meson, Nuclear structure, Pairing and Ground state. Pairing is a subfield of Quantum mechanics that he tackles.

His Quantum electrodynamics research focuses on subjects like Mean field theory, which are linked to Wave function. Peter Ring has included themes like Dipole and Energy in his Atomic physics study. His work on Proton as part of general Nuclear physics research is often related to Line, thus linking different fields of science.

- Global performance of covariant energy density functionals: ground state observables of even-even nuclei and the estimate of theoretical uncertainties (108 citations)
- Isospin Character of the Pygmy Dipole Resonance in Sn-124 (105 citations)
- Relativistic mean-field interaction with density-dependent meson-nucleon vertices based on microscopical calculations (101 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Photon

His scientific interests lie mostly in Density functional theory, Covariant transformation, Neutron, Nuclear physics and Atomic physics. His Density functional theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Meson, Quantum electrodynamics and Nuclear matter. The various areas that Peter Ring examines in his Quantum electrodynamics study include Isovector, Nucleon and Fock space.

His Covariant transformation research includes themes of Theoretical physics, Fission and Pairing. His Pairing research incorporates elements of Separable space, Potential energy, Mean field theory and Degrees of freedom. Peter Ring has included themes like Mixing, Wave function and Angular momentum in his Mean field theory study.

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The Nuclear Many-body Problem

P. Ring;P. Schuck;M. R. Strayer.

**(1980)**

8230 Citations

New parametrization for the Lagrangian density of relativistic mean field theory

G. A. Lalazissis;G. A. Lalazissis;J. König;P. Ring.

Physical Review C **(1997)**

1993 Citations

Relativistic mean field theory in finite nuclei

P. Ring.

Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

1776 Citations

Relativistic mean field theory for finite nuclei

Y.K Gambhir;P Ring;A Thimet.

Annals of Physics **(1990)**

1203 Citations

Relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov theory: static and dynamic aspects of exotic nuclear structure

Dario Vretenar;A.V. Afanasjev;G.A. Lalazissis;P. Ring.

Physics Reports **(2005)**

1134 Citations

rho meson coupling in the relativistic mean field theory and description of exotic nuclei

M.M. Sharma;M.A. Nagarajan;P. Ring.

Physics Letters B **(1993)**

823 Citations

New relativistic mean-field interaction with density-dependent meson-nucleon couplings

G. A. Lalazissis;Tamara Nikšić;Dario Vretenar;Peter Ring.

Physical Review C **(2005)**

706 Citations

GROUND-STATE PROPERTIES OF EVEN–EVEN NUCLEI IN THE RELATIVISTIC MEAN-FIELD THEORY☆

G.A. Lalazissis;S. Raman;P. Ring.

Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables **(1999)**

534 Citations

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

J. Meng;P. Ring.

Physical Review Letters **(1996)**

496 Citations

Relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov model with density-dependent meson-nucleon couplings

Tamara Nikšić;Dario Vretenar;P. Finelli;Peter Ring.

Physical Review C **(2002)**

430 Citations

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