I am a lecturer in the particle physics theory group in the School of Physics and Astronomy here at the University of Glasgow. My research is mostly concerned with the theory of quarks and gluons (Quantum Chromodynamics, or QCD for short). This is highly relevant to current particle accelerator experiments, which collide particles (protons) made of quarks and gluons! A lot of the time, I work at increasing the accuracy of QCD predictions, developing new calculational tools where necessary. Further details can be found by following the link to the left.

I am currently an STFC Postdoctoral Fellow (project title Collider Physics at the LHC ). I previously held this fellowship at the IPPP in Durham, and before that I was a postdoctoral researcher at Nikhef in Amsterdam. I did my PhD at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge.