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James Maxin

Name: James A Maxin

Title: Associate 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:

Introduction to Astronomy (ASTR 105) - Spring 2021
General Physics II (PHYS 252) - Spring 2021
Introduction to Astronomy (ASTR 105) - Fall 2020
General Physics II (PHYS 252) - Fall 2020
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
  • String Model Building
  • Phenomenology of Dark Matter
  • Cosmology
  • Dark Energy Phenomenology

Selected Publications:

Currently 65 papers on Google Scholar. Here are some recent papers:

  • 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.

Here are some other notable papers:

  • The 14 TeV LHC Takes Aim at SUSY: A No-Scale Supergravity Model for LHC Run 2. Tianjun Li, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos, Joel W. Walker. Invited Comment published by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Phys.Scripta 90 (2015) 9, 098001.
  • Blueprints of the No-Scale Multiverse at the LHC. Tianjun Li, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos, Joel W. Walker. Contribution to the Proceedings of the International Symposium on "Subnuclear Physics: Past, Present, and Future" held at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Vatican City, 30 October- 2 November 2011. Pontif.Acad.Sci.Scr.Varia 119 (2011) 472-487 (Published 2014).
  • A Higgs Mass Shift to 125 GeV and A Multi-Jet Supersymmetry Signal: Miracle of the Flippons at the 7 TeV LHC. Tianjun Li, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos, Joel W. Walker. Phys.Lett.B710 (2012) 207-214.
  • The F-Landscape: Dynamically Determining the Multiverse. Tianjun Li, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos, Joel W. Walker. Int.J.Mod.Phys.A27 (2012) 1250121.
  • Blueprints of the No-Scale Multiverse at the LHC. Tianjun Li, James A. Maxin, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos, Joel W. Walker. Phys.Rev.D84 (2011) 056016.

A couple of recent articles on my research:

A full list of my papers can be found at each of these links:

Personal Bio:

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

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