I did my undergraduate degree at King's College, Cambridge, before moving to Durham to do my PhD.
I am currently a postdoc at La Sapienza in Rome - see my current webpage for details.
A list of my publications can be found in the INSPIRE database here.
Flavour Physics and Dark Matter
I am interested in investigating anomalies in the flavour sector, and how they might be connected to new physics. I am also interested in improving the precision of the theory predictions in flavour physics, in order to better distinguish between the Standard Model and New Physics.
I am currently working on investigating model independent approaches to various flavour anomalies, and trying to improve less well known theory parameters in order to improve SM predictions, and have previously worked on trying to constrain dark matter models using flavour results.
Recent Talks & Posters
- Constraints on new physics from the latest results in meson mixing - Pheno talk at From Flavour to New Physics workshop (April 2018)
- Future of CP violation in asl - Pheno talk at Towards the Ultimate Precision in Flavour Physics workshop (April 2018)
- Meson mixing and lifetimes - Theory talk at LHCb-UK annual meeting (Jan 2018)
- Charming new physics in b(eautiful) processes? - Student seminar at IPPP (Mar 2017)
- What is the ultimate precision of mixing variables? - Theory talk at Heavy Flavour 2016 - Quo Vadis? workshop (July 2016)
- Looking forward to new lattice inputs for flavour phenomenology - Poster at Lattice 2016 (Jul 2016)
- Charming Dark Matter - Internal seminar at IPPP (Jan 2016)
- Combining dark matter and charm bounds - Theory talk at LHCb-UK annual meeting (Jan 2016)
I have been heavily involved in outreach during my time at the IPPP, including taking part in the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition as part of the Modelling the Invisible exhibit as well various more local outreach events at Durham University for local schools.
As part of my commitment to outreach, I have given several talks to the wider postgraduate community in Durham: