John J Deisz

John J Deisz, Ph.D.

Professor of Physics
D Building, Room 3


July 2014 - present: Professor; Department of Physics, California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA

July 2014 - December 2021: Chair; Department of Physics, California, Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA

May 1999 – June 2014: Assistant Professor (1999-2004), Associate Professor (2004-2013), Professor (2013-2014); Department of Physics, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA

July 1997 – May 1999: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Science, Black Hills State University,Spearfish, SD

March 1997 – June 1997: Instructor of physics (part time), Portland Community College, Rock Creek Campus, Portland, OR

September 1993 – September 1996: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Physics, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

July 1991 – September 1993: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Physics, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT



  • Ph.D. in Physics, June 1991, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
  • M.S. in Engineering/Applied Science, September 1987, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA
  • B.S. in Physics and Mathematics, May 1986, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND



For a more complete list see

J.J. Deisz and T.E. Kidd, "Weak-coupling analysis of quasiparticle excitations in Sr2RuO4 along the Γ−M cut" Physical Review B, 95, 045122/1-6 (2017). URL: 

J.J. Deisz and T.E. Kidd, “Quantum Many-Body Calculation of Mixed-Parity Pairing in the Sr2RuO4 Superconductor Induced by Spin-Orbit Coupling” Physical Review Letters, 107, 277003/1-4 (2011). URL:

C. Slezak, M. Jarrell, Th. Maier and J. Deisz, “Multi-scale Extensions to Quantum Cluster Methods for Strongly Correlated Electron Systems,” Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 21, 435604/1-13 (2009).  URL:

J.J. Deisz and T.J. Slife, “Modeling superconducting states of arbitrary pairing symmetry with the Fluctuation Exchange Approximation applied to Hubbard-like models,” Physical Review B 80, 094516/1-7 (2009). URL:

J.J. Deisz, “The superconducting phase diagram in a model for tetragonal and cubic systems with strong antiferromagnetic correlations,”  Physical Review B 75, 064507/1-5 (2007).  URL: