Jim is involved in a wide range of research.
- Cold Rydberg atoms and quantum simulation
- High temperature superconductivity
- Social physics
- Models for prediction of ischemic stroke
- Strong interaction in materials
- Application of maximum entropy to experiment
- Tunable graphene band gaps from superstrate-mediated interactions
Phys. Rev. B, 84 (2011) 155438 [arXiv:1103.3943]
- Quantum simulation of electron-phonon interactions in strongly deformable materials. J.P. Hague, C. MacCormick. New Journal of Physics 14 (2012) 033019 [arXiv:1109.1225]
- 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.
- Statistical physics of cerebral embolization leading to stroke
J.P.Hague and E.M.L.Chung.
Phys. Rev. E 80 (2009) 051912 (9 pages)
- 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)
- 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]
- d-wave superconductivity from electron phonon interactions.
Phys. Rev. B 73 (2006) 060503(R) (4 pages, rapid communication) [pdf]
- 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)