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James Maxin

Name: James A Maxin

Title: Assistant Professor

Start Year at LSUS: 2017

Credentials: PhD, Theoretical Physics, Texas A&M University, 2010

Department: Department of Chemistry & Physics

Office Location: SC 112-A

Office Phone: 318-797-5085

Email: james.maxin@lsus.edu

Teaching Assignments:

Mathematical Methods of Physics (PHYS 485) - Spring 2020
General Physics II (PHYS 252) - Spring 2020
Quantum Mechanics (PHYS 475) - Fall 2019
General Physics I (PHYS 251) - Fall 2019
Introduction to Modern Physics (PHYS 365) - Spring 2019
General Physics II (PHYS 252) - Spring 2019
General Physics II (PHYS 252) - Fall 2018
General Physics I (PHYS 251) - Fall 2018
Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics (PHYS 375) - Spring 2018
General Physics II (PHYS 252) - Spring 2018
Introduction to Modern Physics (PHYS 365) - Fall 2017
General Physics I (PHYS 251) - Fall 2017

Research Interests:

  • Collider phenomenology of Grand Unification Theory (GUT) models at the LHC
  • Model-independent phenomenology of the dynamics of dark energy
  • String phenomenology model building
  • Phenomenology of Dark Matter
  • Cosmological inflation model building

Selected Publications:

  • The Heavy Gluino in Natural No-Scale F-SU(5). Thomas Ford, Tianjun Li, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos. Phys.Lett.B799 (2019) 135038.
  • Naturalness in D-brane Inspired Models. Ron De Benedetti, Tianjun Li, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos. Jour.High.Ener.Phys. (JHEP) 1907 (2019) 048.
  • Inspiration from intersecting D-branes: general supersymmetry breaking soft terms in no-scale F- SU(5). Ron De Benedetti, Chuang Li, Tianjun Li, Adam Lux, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos. Eur.Phys.J. C78 (2018) no.11, 958.
  • Probing the No-Scale F-SU(5) One-Parameter Model via Gluino Searches at the LHC2. Tianjun Li, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos. Phys.Lett.B773 54-56 (2017).
  • General No-Scale Supergravity: An F-SU(5) Tale. Dingli Hu, Tianjun Li, Adam Lux, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos. Phys.Lett.B771 (2017) 264-270.

Personal Bio:

  • 2017 - Present Assistant Professor Department of Chemistry & Physics, Louisiana State University, Shreveport, Louisiana
  • 2014-17 Visiting Assistant Professor Department of Physics & Engineering Physics, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • 2013-14 Visiting Assistant Professor Department of Physics & Astronomy, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana

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