Welcome to my home page!
I am a Chair of Experimental Particle Physics at the
Department of Physics
University of Liverpool
and a Scientist at the
Particle Physics Department
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
operated by the
Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC)
part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
I study one of the most extraordinary, weird, mysterious characters in our universe: the
I perform precision measurements of neutrino interactions and
to uncover new physics and
investigate the origin of
in the universe.
I carry out my research
mainly within the Fermilab
working, in particular, on the
SBN Near Detector (SBND)
where I lead preparations for high-precision neutrino oscillation and neutrino interaction studies.
In addition, I maintain a leading research involvement in the
focussing on the flagship 3-flavour oscillation analysis effort with the
VALOR fitting group
I also have a special interest in the phenomenology and computer simulation of neutrino interactions,
and play a key role in the development of the well-known
GENIE event generator
as well as in the GENIE global analysis of neutrino scattering data.