Minos Axenides

Director of Research

Education: B.A. Columbia University (1979), M.A. Physics, Harvard University (1981), Ph.D. Harvard University (1986). Thesis: Q-Balls (advisor: S. R. Coleman).

Career: U. Washington (postdoctoral research associate, 1986-88), Niels Bohr Institute (research associate, 1990-94).

Research Interests: Physics beyond the Standard Model, Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology, Quantum Chaotic Dynamical Systems, Complex Systems.


[1]. M. Axenides, E. Floratos, G. Linardopoulos, M2-brane Dynamics in the Classical Limit of the BMN Matrix Model, Phys.Lett., B773 (2017) 265 [arXiv:1707.02878].

[2]. M. Axenides, E. Floratos, S. Nicolis, The quantum cat map on the modular discretization of extremal black hole horizons, Eur.Phys.J., C78 (2018) 412 [arXiv:1608.07845].

[3]. M. Axenides, E. Floratos, S. Nicolis, Modular discretization of the AdS2/CFT1 holography, JHEP 02 (2014) 109 [arXiv:1306.5670].

[4]. M. Axenides, E. Floratos, Strange Attractors in Dissipative Nambu Mechanics: Classical and Quantum Aspects, JHEP 04 (2010) 036 [arXiv:0910.3881].

[5]. M. Axenides, K. Dimopoulos, Hybrid dark sector: Locked quintessence and dark matter, JCAP 07 (2004) 010 [hep-ph/0401238].

[6]. M. Axenides, S. Komineas, L. Perivolaropoulos, E. Floratos, Dynamics of nontopological solitons: Q balls, Phys.Rev., D61 (2000) 085006 [hep-ph/9910388].

[7]. M. Axenides, R. H. Brandenberger, Primordial Fluctuations, Dark Matter, And Photon Oscillations, Phys.Lett., 134B (1984) 405.


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