Research

My research focuses on properties of strongly interacting matter. The main directions of my research include Effective Field Theories, Lattice QCD, S-matrix theory, Phenomenology and statistics. You can find the full list of my publications (mostly accessible as open source) in inspirehep.net more details klick here or on pictures below for individual topics.




Related links

Particle Data Group -- World Data Base for fundamental particles (open access)
Nuclides -- Live Chart of Nuclides (open access)
IsotopeData -- Useful compilation of nuclear isotopes constants (open access)
arXiv.org -- main research article server (open access)
iNSPIREhep -- search platform for nuclear, hadron, high-energy papers (mostly open access)
Overleaf -- Online collaborative LaTeX Editor



Talks

workshop/conferences/seminar organization

Bethe Forum - 2022: Multihadron dynamics in a box: A.D.2022
Bethe Forum - 2019: Multihadron dynamics in a box
DNP 2019 fall meeting: Webpage
JOINT GLUEX-PANDA WORKSHOP 2019: Webpage
Theory HISKP Seminar Schedule:HISKP Theory
Nuclear Seminar Schedule GWU:GWU NUCLEAR
"Physikshow" of the University Bonn:Webpage

selection of recent talks:



Teaching

Sommer 2024 - Advanced Theoretical Hadron Physics
>> eCampus lecture page
>> Lectures take place Wednesdays 9-12am(ct), in HISKP / Lecture hall 1, Nussallee 14-16
>> Group exercises will take place according to the polling on eCampus

Winter 2023/24 - Theoretical Hadron Physics
>> eCampus lecture page
>> Lectures take place Wednesdays 9-12am(ct), in HISKP / Lecture hall 1, Nussallee 14-16
>> Group exercises will take place according to the polling on eCampus

REYES 2023 -- Mentoring program [link to registration/official page]
>> ``Crash course on model building and fits for particle scattering'' Topics overview
>> Zoom meetings Tuesday 2pm-5pm CEST
>> Reports due Monday 12am CEST

Summer 2023 - Advanced Theoretical Hadron Physics
>> eCampus lecture page
>> Lectures take place Wednesdays 9-12am(ct), in HISKP / SR1, Nussallee 14-16
>> Group exercises will take place accoding to the polling on eCampus

Winter 2022/23 - Advanced Quantum Field Theory
>> eCampus lecture page
>> Lectures take place Wednesdays 9-12am(ct), in HISKP SR I, Nussallee 14-16
>> Group exercises will take place accoding to the polling on eCampus

Summer 2022 - Quantum Field Theory
>> eCampus lecture page
>> Lectures take place Wednesdays 9-12am(ct), in HISKP / HS, Nussallee 14-16
>> Group exercises will take place accoding to the polling on eCampus

Summer 2019 - General Physics II 1012
>> Lectures take place at Corcoran 203 MTWR 16:00-17:30
>> Labs take place at Corcoran B03 MW 18:10-20:30
>> Textbook: Knight et al., College Physics, 4e [ISBN-13: 978-0134609034]
>> Homeworks are taken from the book as announced in the lectures
>> Daily open book quizzes:
>> QUIZ 1 QUIZ 2 QUIZ 3 QUIZ 4 QUIZ 5 QUIZ 6
>> QUIZ 7 QUIZ 8 QUIZ 9 QUIZ 10 QUIZ 11 QUIZ 12
>> QUIZ 13 QUIZ 14 QUIZ 15 QUIZ 16 QUIZ 17

Fall 2017 - Graduate course on Quantum Field Theory
>> Self-learning course following the text book by Peskin/Schroeder.
>> Collection of mind-maps (thanks to all participants)

About Me

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I am a theoretical physicist in nuclear/hadron physics. Currently, I am working as a Heisenberg Fellow at the Albert Einstein Center at the University of Bern, and as a Research Professor at The George Washington University. My main interest include origin of excited states of matter, Quantum Chromodynamics in continuum and on the lattice, Effective Field Theories, Quantization conditions, Machine learning and model selection applications.

Feel free to contact me for any questions to my research or for teaching materials.

Contact

maximmai@gwu.edu
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0119-0718