I am a co-spokesperson of the international GENIE collaboration,
and one of the main authors of the
providing a well known neutrino-nucleus event generator
associated charged lepton-nucleus and hadron-nucleus event generators,
several BSM event generators, large curated archives of relevant neutrino,
electron and hadron scattering data and corresponding data/MC comparison tools,
as well as a global analysis of neutrino scattering data
informing GENIE tunes.
GENIE performs crucial phemomenology research in the boundary between nuclear
and particle physics, and it provides a bridge between theory and measurement.
As such, it plays a crucial role throughout the lifecycle of every experiment.
I also serve as the Systematics & Tuning WG Coordinator and
my effort is focussed on further developments of the
leading GENIE global analysis of neutrino scattering data
and the production of improved physics tunes
A particular focal area is a global meta-analysis of all SBN measurements
of neutrino interaction characteristics, aiming to produce an Argon tune
for the early DUNE physics exploitation programme.