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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

I am a theorist with broad interests in particle phenomenology, i.e. the interface between particle theory and experiment. At the moment I hold a Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellowship to study (largely) model-independent aspects of neutrino flavor physics, and the main tool in that effort (amongst others) is effective field theory.  I also study the strong sector via the lens of soft collinear effective theory, with current project(s) focused on understanding uncertainty estimates in (e.g.) precision extractions of the strong coupling constant from collider data.

Research Group

High Energy Physics