Maria Ubiali

Maria Ubiali I am lecturer at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. I am part of the High Energy Physics research group. I hold a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellowship focussed on precise theoretical predictions for the full exploitation of LHC Run II. I am Fellow at Newnham College, where I hold the Scheila Edmonds College Lecturship and where I am DoS in Mathematics. I am also visitng member of the Physics Department at the Cavendish Laboratory, where I participate to the weekly Cambridge Pheno Working Group.

Research Interests

I am a particle phenomenologist. My main research interests include Quantum Chromo Dynamics and Beyond Standard Model phenomenology, the precise determination of the structure of the proton using machine learning techniques and processes involving heavy particles.

You can find my full list of publications here.

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Office: B1.16
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