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73
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20,235
283
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2903
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94

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Quantum field theory

Tetsuo Hatsuda spends much of his time researching Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Quark, Lattice QCD and Lattice field theory. He has included themes like Nuclear physics and Wave function in his Particle physics study. His study in Quantum chromodynamics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quantum electrodynamics, Hadron and Lattice.

The various areas that he examines in his Quark study include Baryon and Hyperon. Tetsuo Hatsuda has researched Lattice QCD in several fields, including Nuclear force, Statistical physics, Scattering length and Lattice constant. His Lattice field theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lattice gauge theory, Exotic meson, Lattice model and Tetraquark, Zc.

- QCD phenomenology based on a chiral effective Lagrangian (880 citations)
- The phase diagram of dense QCD (460 citations)
- Quark-Gluon Plasma (371 citations)

Tetsuo Hatsuda mostly deals with Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Quark, Lattice QCD and Nuclear physics. In most of his Particle physics studies, his work intersects topics such as Lattice. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Phase transition and Quantum electrodynamics.

His Quark research includes themes of Isospin, Equation of state and Hyperon. The concepts of his Lattice QCD study are interwoven with issues in Lattice field theory, Scattering, Lattice constant, Nuclear force and Wave function. His research in Nuclear physics intersects with topics in Spectral line and Photon.

- Particle physics (69.25%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (49.58%)
- Quark (43.10%)

- Particle physics (69.25%)
- Lattice QCD (36.61%)
- Quark (43.10%)

Tetsuo Hatsuda focuses on Particle physics, Lattice QCD, Quark, Quantum chromodynamics and Baryon. Tetsuo Hatsuda works mostly in the field of Particle physics, limiting it down to concerns involving Finite volume method and, occasionally, Ground state. His research on Lattice QCD also deals with topics like

- Lattice field theory that intertwine with fields like Bethe–Salpeter equation,
- Nucleon which connect with Bound state.

His work deals with themes such as Lambda, Stress–energy tensor and Neutron star, which intersect with Quark. His Quantum chromodynamics research also works with subjects such as

- Strangeness, which have a strong connection to Isospin,
- Unitarity which intersects with area such as Scattering length. Tetsuo Hatsuda interconnects Nuclear force, Strong interaction, Central force, Strange quark and Sigma in the investigation of issues within Baryon.

- From hadrons to quarks in neutron stars: a review. (238 citations)
- Fate of the Tetraquark Candidate Zc(3900) from Lattice QCD (78 citations)
- Most Strange Dibaryon from Lattice QCD. (61 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Quantum field theory

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Particle physics, Lattice QCD, Quantum chromodynamics, Quark and Baryon. His Particle physics study incorporates themes from Phase, Anisotropy and Photon. His work carried out in the field of Lattice QCD brings together such families of science as Lattice field theory, Wave function, Nucleon and Observable.

His work deals with themes such as Strangeness, Scattering and Unitarity, which intersect with Quantum chromodynamics. In the field of Quark, his study on Strange matter overlaps with subjects such as Principal axis theorem. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Baryon, Xi baryon is strongly linked to Nuclear force.

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QCD phenomenology based on a chiral effective Lagrangian

Tetsuo Hatsuda;Teiji Kunihiro.

Physics Reports **(1994)**

2095 Citations

QCD sum rules for vector mesons in the nuclear medium

Tetsuo Hatsuda;Su Houng Lee.

Physical Review C **(1992)**

1076 Citations

The phase diagram of dense QCD

Kenji Fukushima;Tetsuo Hatsuda.

Reports on Progress in Physics **(2011)**

736 Citations

Maximum entropy analysis of the spectral functions in lattice QCD

M. Asakawa;Y. Nakahara;T. Hatsuda.

Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics **(2001)**

606 Citations

Quark-Gluon Plasma

Kohsuke Yagi;Tetsuo Hatsuda;Yasuo Miake.

**(2006)**

563 Citations

J/psi and eta(c) in the deconfined plasma from lattice QCD.

M. Asakawa;T. Hatsuda.

Physical Review Letters **(2004)**

562 Citations

Nuclear force from lattice QCD.

Noriyoshi Ishii;Noriyoshi Ishii;Sinya Aoki;Sinya Aoki;Tetsuo Hatsuda.

Physical Review Letters **(2007)**

552 Citations

Quark-gluon plasma: From big bang to little bang

K. Yagi;Y. Miake;T. Hatsuda.

Camb.Monogr.Part.Phys.Nucl.Phys.Cosmol. **(2005)**

492 Citations

Fluctuation effects in hot quark matter: Precursors of chiral transition at finite temperature.

T. Hatsuda;T. Kunihiro.

Physical Review Letters **(1985)**

470 Citations

Maximum Entropy Analysis of the Spectral Functions in Lattice QCD

M. Asakawa;T. Hatsuda;Y. Nakahara.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Lattice **(2000)**

448 Citations

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