Precision perturbative QCD at the LHC and other colliders.
My research focuses on higher order (NLO and NNLO) perturbative QCD corrections to observables in the collider environment. In particular I work with the "Antenna Subtraction" method for calculating finite, and precise, predictions for these higher order corrections. My research consists of applying this method to several important processes which are useful for LHC phenomenology, but also refining the method to make it as general and powerful as possible.
This recent talk from RADCOR/Loopfest '15 is broadly representative of my recent work.
Foundations of QM talks
An extra-curricular undergraduate course I give on various foundational issues with Quantum Mechanics (slides).