The first two TNG simulations were presented in 5 simultaneous papers, each focused on a particular science topic. If referring to either or both of these simulations as a whole, we ask that all five publications be cited together (the order is random):
First results from the IllustrisTNG simulations: the stellar mass content of groups and clusters of galaxies
Pillepich, Annalisa (et al)
First results from the IllustrisTNG simulations: radio haloes and magnetic fields
Marinacci, Federico (et al)
First results from the IllustrisTNG simulations: a tale of two elements - chemical evolution of magnesium and europium
Naiman, Jill (et al)
First results from the IllustrisTNG Simulations: the galaxy color bimodality
Nelson, Dylan (et al)
First results from the IllustrisTNG simulations: matter and galaxy clustering
Springel, Volker (et al)
There are two TNG "methods" papers which together describe the physical galaxy formation model and its numerical details in the IllustrisTNG simulations:
Simulating Galaxy Formation with the IllustrisTNG Model.
Annalisa Pillepich, Volker Springel, Dylan Nelson, Shy Genel, Jill Naiman, Ruediger Pakmor, Lars Hernquist, Paul Torrey, Mark Vogelsberger, Rainer Weinberger, Federico Marinacci
Simulating galaxy formation with black hole driven thermal and kinetic feedback
Rainer Weinberger, Volker Springel, Lars Hernquist, Annalisa Pillepich, Federico Marinacci, Ruediger Pakmor, Dylan Nelson, Shy Genel, Mark Vogelsberger, Jill Naiman, Paul Torrey
We list here all the papers submitted to arXiv which have made direct use of the TNG simulation data or models. If any papers are missing, please let us know.
The Size Evolution of Star-forming and Quenched Galaxies in the IllustrisTNG simulation.
Shy Genel, Dylan Nelson, Annalisa Pillepich, Volker Springel, Ruediger Pakmor, Rainer Weinberger, Lars Hernquist, Jill Naiman, Mark Vogelsberger, Federico Marinacci, Paul Torrey
The uniformity and time-invariance of the intra-cluster metal distribution in galaxy clusters from the IllustrisTNG simulations.
Mark Vogelsberger, Federico Marinacci, Paul Torrey, Shy Genel, Volker Springel, Rainer Weinberger, Rüdiger Pakmor, Lars Hernquist, Jill Naiman, Annalisa Pillepich, Dylan Nelson
Supermassive black holes and their feedback effects in the IllustrisTNG simulation.
Rainer Weinberger, Volker Springel, Rüdiger Pakmor, Dylan Nelson, Shy Genel, Annalisa Pillepich, Mark Vogelsberger, Federico Marinacci, Jill Naiman, Paul Torrey, Lars Hernquist