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  1. Enhancement of gaps in thin graphitic films for heterostructure formation J.P. Hague
    arXiv:1303.6941, Accepted for publication in Phys. Rev. B (2014)
  2. Bias Free Gap Creation in Bilayer Graphene A.R. Davenport and J.P. Hague
    arXiv:1308.1589, accepted for publication in J. Phys. Condens. Matter (2014)
  3. Cold Rydberg atoms for quantum simulation of exotic condensed matter interactions. J.P. Hague, S. Downes, C. MacCormick and P.E. Kornilovitch. Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism, 27 (2014) 937-940
  4. Ultra High Hole Mobilities in a Pure Strained Ge Quantum Well. O.A. Mironov, A.H.A. Hassan, R.J.H. Morris, A. Dobbie, M. Uhlarz, D. Chrastina, J.P. Hague, S. Kiatgamolchai, R. Beanland, S. Gabani, I.B. Berkutov, M. Helm, O. Drachenko, M. Myronov, D.R. Leadley. In press, thin solid films (2013)
  5. The thermoelectric properties of Ge/SiGe modulation doped superlattices A. Samarelli, L. Ferre Llin, S. Cecchi, J. Frigerio, T. Etzelstorfer, E. Mueller, Y. Zhang, J.R. Watling, D. Chrastina, G. Isella, J. Stangl, J.P. Hague, J.M.R. Weaver, P. Dobson and D.J. Paul
    J. App. Phys. (2013) 113 233704. [pdf]
  6. Modelling of impaired cerebral blood flow due to gaseous emboli. J.P. Hague, C. Banahan and E.M.L. Chung.
    Phys. Med. Biol. (2013) 58 4381. [Featured article: Free to read]
  7. Ge/SiGe Superlattices for Nanostructured Thermoelectric Modules. D. Chrastina, S. Cecchi, J.P. Hague, J. Frigerio, A. Samarelli, L. Ferre-Llin, D.J. Paul, E. Mueller, T. Etzelstorfer, J. Stangl, G. Isella. Thin Solid Films 543 153 (2013).
  8. Bilayer of Rydberg atoms as a quantum simulator for unconventional superconductors. J. P. Hague, C. MacCormick.
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 109 (2012) 223001 [arXiv:1111.5594] [pdf]
  9. Polarons in highly doped atomically thin graphitic materials.
    J.P. Hague.Phys. Rev. B 86 064302 (2012) [arXiv:1107.2507] [pdf]
  10. Mobile small bipolarons on a three-dimensional cubic lattice
    A.R. Davenport, J.P. Hague, P.E. Kornilovitch
    Phys. Rev. B, 86 035106 (2012) [arXiv:1201.1400] [pdf]
  11. Gap modification of atomically thin boron nitride by phonon mediated interactions
    J.P. Hague
    Nanoscale Research Letters 7 303 (2012) [Open Access]
  12. Microbubble signal properties from PFO tests using transcranial Doppler ultrasound
    C. Banahan, R. Patel, V. Jeyagopal, A. Mistri, J.P. Hague, E.M.L. Chung and D.H. Evans
    Perspectives in Medicine 1 232 (2012)
  13. Quantum simulation of electron-phonon interactions in strongly deformable materials.
    J.P. Hague, C. MacCormick
    New Journal of Physics 14 (2012) 033019 [Open Access]
  14. Sizing Gaseous Emboli using Doppler Embolic Signal Intensity
    Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology 38 824 (2012).
    C. Banahan, J.P. Hague, D.H. Evans, R. Patel, K. Ramnarine and E.M.L. Chung.
  15. Tunable graphene band gaps from superstrate-mediated interactions
    J.P. Hague
    Phys. Rev. B, 84 (2011) 155438 [arXiv:1103.3943] [pdf]
  16. The effects of electron-phonon interactions on bandgaps
    J.P. Hague
    J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 286 012032 (2011) [Open Access]
  17. Light and stable triplet bipolarons on square and triangular lattices
    J.P. Hague and P.E. Kornilovitch
    Phys. Rev. B, 82 (2010) 094301 [arXiv:0910.1215] [pdf]
  18. Towards analytical approaches to the dynamical-cluster approximation
    J.P. Hague
    J. Low Temp. Phys. 159 (2010) 462 [arXiv:0912.0698]
  19. Embolus trajectory through a physical replica of the major cerebral arteries
    E.M.L.Chung, J.P. Hague, M-A. Chanrion, K.V. Ramnarine, E. Katsogridakis and D.H. Evans
    Stroke 41 (2010) 647
  20. Statistical physics of cerebral embolization leading to stroke
    J.P.Hague and E.M.L.Chung.
    Phys. Rev. E 80 (2009) 051912 (9 pages)
    [arXiv:0808.1075] [pdf]
  21. Bipolarons from long range interactions: Singlet and triplet pairs in the screened Hubbard-Froehlich model on the chain.
    J.P.Hague and P.E.Kornilovitch.
    Phys. Rev. B, 80 (2009) 054301 (20 pages)
    [arXiv:0904.3678] [pdf]
  22. Similarities between embolic stroke and percolation problems
    J.P.Hague and E.M.L.Chung
    Int. J. Mod. Phys. B, 23 4150 (2009)
    (32nd International Workshop on Condensed Matter Theories)
  23. Mountain trail formation and the active walker model
    S.J.Gilks and J.P.Hague
    Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 20 (2009) 869 (22 pages)
    [arXiv:0812.1536]
  24. Superconductivity in a Hubbard-Froehlich model and in cuprates.
    T.M. Hardy, J.P. Hague, J.H.Samson and A.S. Alexandrov.
    Phys. Rev. B 79 (2009) 212501 (4 pages)
    [arXiv:0806.2810] [pdf]
  25. Rise of the centrist: From binary to continous opinion dynamics.
    G.A.Baker and J.P.Hague.
    Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 19 (2008) 1459 (17 pages)
    (arXiv:0804.0165).
  26. Trapping of lattice polarons by impurities
    J.P.Hague, P.E.Kornilovitch and A.S.Alexandrov
    Phys. Rev. B 78 (2008) 092302 (4 pages)
    [arXiv:0805.2556] [pdf]
  27. Breakdown of Migdal-Eliashberg theory via catastrophic vertex divergence at low phonon frequency.
    J.P.Hague and N.d'Ambrumenil.
    J. Low. Temp. Phys. 151 (2008) 1149-1163 (15 pages).
    (arXiv.cond-mat/0106355).
  28. Singlet and triplet bipolarons on a triangular lattice.
    J.P.Hague, J.H.Samson, P.E.Kornilovitch and A.S.Alexandrov.
    Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 69 3304 (2008)
    (Proceedings of SNS 2007, 3 pages) [arXiv:0901.1071]
  29. Kinks and d-waves from phonons: The intermediate coupling story.
    J.P.Hague.
    Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 69 2982 (2008)
    (Proceedings of SNS 2007, 4 pages) [arXiv:0901.1047]
  30. Revealing the mechanisms underlying embolic stroke using computational modeling.
    E.M.L. Chung, J.P. Hague and D.H. Evans.
    Phys. Med. Biol. 52 (2007) 7153-7166. (14 pages)
  31. Superlight small bipolarons.
    J.P.Hague, P.E.Kornilovitch, J.H.Samson and A.S.Alexandrov.
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 19 (2007) 255214 (26 pages)
    [arXiv.cond-mat/0702495]
  32. Superlight small bipolarons in the presence of strong Coulomb repulsion.
    J.P.Hague, P.E.Kornilovitch, J.H.Samson and A.S.Alexandrov.
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 98 (2007) 037002 (4 pages) [pdf]
  33. Novel information theory techniques for phonon spectroscopy.
    J.P.Hague
    J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 92 012185 (2007)
    (Proceedings of Phonons 2007, 4 pages). [open access]
  34. Failure of conventional superconductivity theory for optical-phonon mediated d-wave pairing.
    J.P. Hague
    J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 92 012119 (2007).
    (Proceedings of Phonons 2007, 4 pages). [open access]
  35. Long-range electron phonon interactions lead to superlight small bipolarons.
    J.P. Hague, P.E. Kornilovitch, J.H. Samson and A.S. Alexandrov.
    J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 92, 012118 (2007)
    (Proceedings of Phonons 2007, 4 pages). [open access]
  36. Unconventional pairing and bipolaronic theories.
    J.P.Hague, P.E.Kornilovitch, A.S.Alexandrov and J.H.Samson.
    Physica C 460-462 (2007) 1121-1122 [cond-mat/0606719].
  37. d-wave superconductivity from electron phonon interactions.
    J.P.Hague
    Phys. Rev. B 73 (2006) 060503(R) (4 pages, rapid communication) [pdf]
  38. Extending the theory of phonon-mediated superconductivity in quasi-2D
    J.P.Hague.
    Lectures on the physics of highly correlated electron systems X, p255-264, AIP Conference Proceedings 846 (2006). (10 pages) [arXiv:0704.0365] [pdf]
  39. Effects of lattice geometry and interaction range on polaron dynamics
    J.P.Hague, P.E.Kornilovitch, A.S.Alexandrov and J.H.Samson
    Phys. Rev. B 73 054303 (2006)
    (cond-mat/0509059) [pdf]
  40. Spin wave dispersion and magnons from short range order in tapiolite (FeTa2O6); a quasi-two-dimensional antiferromagnet
    J.P.Hague, E.M.L.Chung, D.Visser, G.Balakrishnan, E.Clementyev, D.McK.Paul and M.R.Lees.
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 17 pp7227-7235 (2005) (9 pages)
  41. Superconducting states of the quasi-2D Holstein model: Effects of vertex and non-local corrections
    J.P.Hague
    J. Phys.:Condens. Matter17,pp5663-5676 (2005) (14 pages)
  42. Tuning correlation effects with electron-phonon interactions.
    J.P.Hague and N.d'Ambrumenil.
    J. Low. Temp. Phys. 140 pp77-89 (2005) (13 pages)
  43. Determining the phonon DOS from specific heat measurements via maximum entropy methods.
    J.P.Hague.
    J. Phys: Condens. Matter. 17, pp2397-2405 (2005) (9 pages)
  44. Suppression of Mott-Hubbard states and metal-insulator transitions in the two band Hubbard model.
    J.P.Hague
    J. Phys: Condens. Matter. 17, pp1385-1397 (2005) (13 pages)
  45. LEPECVD - a Production Technique for SiGe MOSFETs and MODFETs.
    D.Chrastina, B.Roessner, G.Isella, H. von Kaenel, J.P.Hague, T.Hackbarth, H.-J.Herzog, K.-H.Hieber and U.Koenig.
    in Ehrenfried Zschech, Caroline Whelan and Thomas Mikola jick (editors), Materials for Information Technology 16-28 (2005). Springer. (13 pages).
  46. Magnetic properties of Tapiolite (FeTa2O6); a quasi-2-D antiferromagnet.
    E.M.L.Chung, M.R.Lees, G.J.McIntyre, C.Wilkinson, G.Balakrishnan, J.P.Hague, D.Visser and D.McK.Paul.
    J. Phys: Condens. Matter, 16, pp7837-7852 (2004). (16 pages)
  47. Fluctuation-exchange supplemented quantum Monte-Carlo approach to the Hubbard model.
    J.P.Hague, M.Jarrell and T.C.Schulthess.
    Phys. Rev. B 69, 165113 (2004). (8 pages) [pdf]
  48. High mobility SiGe heterostructures fabricated by low-energy plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition.
    H. von Kaenel, B. Roessner, D. Chrastina, G. Isella, J. P. Hague and M. Bollani.
    Microelectronic Engineering, 76 , pp279-284 (2004). (6 pages)
  49. Application of Bryan's algorithm to the mobility spectrum analysis of semiconductor devices.
    D.Chrastina, J.P.Hague and D.Leadley.
    J. Appl. Phys. 94, pp6583-6590 (2003). (8 pages) [pdf]
  50. Electron and phonon dispersions of the two dimensional Holstein model: Effects of vertex and non-local corrections.
    J.P.Hague.
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 15, pp2535-2550 (2003). (16 pages)
If you are interested in doing a PhD, please e-mail me to discuss opportunities: J.P.Hague@open.ac.uk. Specific opportunities can be found here.
Jim Hague is a Lecturer in Physics at the Open University in the UK. His main research interest is many body physics (both quantum and classical). He works on problems in biophysics, condensed matter theory and cold atoms. Jim teaches a wide range of physics topics, including relativity theory, electromagnetism and quantum physics.

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