Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics

Papers
(The TQCC of Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics is 29. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Quantum gravity phenomenology at the dawn of the multi-messenger era—A review176
Neutron stars and the nuclear equation of state112
Small-scale structure of fuzzy and axion-like dark matter107
JUNO physics and detector101
Insights into the emergence of mass from studies of pion and kaon structure101
Dark matter and the early Universe: A review99
Diquark correlations in hadron physics: Origin, impact and evidence93
Parton distributions and lattice-QCD calculations: Toward 3D structure92
Quenching of single-particle strength from direct reactions with stable and rare-isotope beams74
Heavy flavors under extreme conditions in high energy nuclear collisions70
Transport model comparison studies of intermediate-energy heavy-ion collisions67
Photonuclear reactions—From basic research to applications66
On the physics potential to study the gluon content of proton and deuteron at NICA SPD55
An experimental view on shape coexistence in nuclei54
Heavy-ion storage rings and their use in precision experiments with highly charged ions54
The DAMA project: Achievements, implications and perspectives50
Prospects for quarkonium studies at the high-luminosity LHC49
The Higgs portal to cosmology44
Flavour anomalies in heavy quark decays43
Theory of nuclear fission42
Laser spectroscopy for the study of exotic nuclei41
Nuclear fragments in projectile fragmentation reactions40
The neutron-rich edge of the nuclear landscape: Experiment and theory.40
Collision dynamics at medium and relativistic energies39
Masses of exotic nuclei38
Studying the QGP with Jets at the LHC and RHIC38
Quarkonium in quark–gluon plasma: Open quantum system approaches re-examined37
Towards the hadron–quark continuity via a topology change in compact stars36
Towards grounding nuclear physics in QCD36
Heavy quarks and jets as probes of the QGP36
Status and perspectives of neutrino physics35
QCD and the strange baryon spectrum33
Light-meson spectroscopy with COMPASS33
Foundations and applications of quantum kinetic theory33
Transverse spin effects in hard semi-inclusive collisions33
Physics with CEBAF at 12 GeV and future opportunities32
Cosmological phase transitions: From perturbative particle physics to gravitational waves32
Recent progress in laser spectroscopy of the actinides31
Promises and challenges of high-energy vortex states collisions31
Modelling relativistic heavy-ion collisions with dynamical transport approaches30
Finite-density lattice QCD and sign problem: Current status and open problems30
Coupled-channels calculations for nuclear reactions: From exotic nuclei to superheavy elements29
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