I am a theoretical physicist working in the Particle Physics Theory
(PPT) group at the University of
Glasgow. I am interested in how theories of fundamental particles
manifest at large, high energy particle colliders, such as the CERN Large Hadron Collider, which began operations in 2009.
to take a closer look at my research, publications and scientific
talks using the links to the left.
I am also a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physics &
Astronomy, and I am currently teaching courses on Atomic Systems,
Relativistic Quantum Fields and Scientific Computing. You can find resources for my
teaching on my teaching subpage.
I read my B.Sc. at Edinburgh
University and my Ph.D. at Durham. Since then, I have been
a postdoctoral researcher at the Rutherford Lab
Theory Group, the DESY Theory
Group and Edinburgh
University and a fellow of the CERN Theory Division. I came
to Glasgow in 2004 as a PPARC (now STFC)
Advanced Fellow, with a proletic appointment as lecturer.
One should try not to confuse me with the David
J. Miller who is a particle physicist at UCL, nor the David
J. Miller in the School of Life Sciences.