Royal Society Research Fellow
A Brief outline of my past and present research interests are included below.
Further details can be found on my staff profile.
Neutrino Oscillation Experiment in Japan, searching for electron neutrino appearance. My Major contributions have been involved with the construction of the Electromagnetic Calorimeter for ND280, and the Supervision of PhD students.
Dark Energy Atom Interferometer Experiment:
An exploration into Direct Detection of Dark Energy. Recently Martin Perl, accepted a position of Visiting Professor at the University of Liverpool.
Development of detector applications mainly for the detection of special nuclear materials and reactor monitoring, as well as the search for Coherent Neutrino Scattering.
Study of the quark-mixing and CP-violation. Charm AWG convener.
Convener of the charm section of the Heavy Flavor Averaging Group
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Oliver Lodge Laboratory
University of Liverpool
L69 7ZE Liverpool, U.K.