Experimental High Energy Physics Phenomenology of Quantum Gravity
PhD (1988) University of Toronto
MSc (1983) University of Toronto
BSc (1982) University of Waterloo
My current interests are in the areas of the phenomenology of quantum gravity and string theory. In addition, I am a collaborator of the ATLAS experiment at the CERN laboratory in Geneva. Within ATLAS I am active in the areas of searches for new phenomena beyond the standard model of particle physics and measurements of the Higgs particle self coupling. I have responsibilities and interests within the technical areas of Monte Carlo simulated sample production and grid computing.
PHYS 524 Classical Electrodynamics (2019)
I am now looking for new graduate students to work on the ATLAS experiment at CERN in Geneva.
I am currently looking for undergraduate research students. In particular, I seek students that have been awarded an IPP/CERN fellowship to perform research with me at the CERN Laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland. I am also interested in students holding an NSERC USRA, volunteer research students, and students wanting to do a PHY499 project with me.
Responsible for delivering grid computing resources from ATLAS-Canada to ATLAS.