Together with other members of the CTA-UK group, I am working on the design of the Small Telescope section of the array which will detect high energy (multi TeV) gamma rays from cosmic sources.
My CTA page.
The Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy at Liverpool University.
Some information on energy research at Liverpool University.
At Liverpool you can study for a Medical Physics MSc as part of the NHS Scientist Training Programme - Clinical Science (Medical Physics) - or independently - Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering.
The Cockcroft Institute, the international centre for accelerator research in the North West of England.
I am a member of the H1 Collaboration, which studies deep-inelastic electron-proton scattering with the HERA accelerator at DESY. This poster describes some of H1's activities. (The other experiments on HERA are ZEUS, HERMES and HERA-B.) In particular, I am interested in:
Studies of the hadronic final state (only accessible to H1 Collaboration).
Combined H1 and ZEUS results.
H1 Tracking Group (only accessible to H1 Collaboration).
High y electron tagging with the ETag8.
Information on the upgrade of the ATLAS pixel detector.
My ATLAS page.
Polarised positron production for the ILC using a helical undulator.
My cycling page.
My Cantemus page.
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Liverpool: +44 (0)151 794 3383 CERN: +41 (0) 22 76 71168 [or +41 (0) 22 79894]
Liverpool: +44 (0)151 794 3362
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First make your way to Liverpool and then find the University.
The Oliver Lodge Laboratory is building 208 (grid ref. F4) on the Campus Map, the Chadwick Laboratory is building 207 (grid ref. E5).
Do you need an umbrella? Check the weather forecast for Liverpool.
There are many hotels in Liverpool.