Fellow, Kings College
JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge CB3 0HE
Ben Gripaios is Lecturer in Theoretical Physics in the Cavendish High Energy Theory Group. He received his D. Phil. from Oxford University in 2004 and previously held post-doctoral positions at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN), the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPF Lausanne), and Oxford University. He is also a Fellow of King's College, Cambridge.
My research focuses on the search for new physics at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiment at CERN in Geneva. Much of my work is done in tandem with experimental particle physicists, devising methods to discover and measure the properties of any physics beyond the so-called `Standard Model'. I also work on building mathematical models to describe new physics, using data from the LHC and other particle physics experiments, as well as data from astrophysical observations.
"The Ideas of Particle Physics", G. D. Coughlan, J. E. Dodd, and B. M. Gripaios, Cambridge (3rd. Ed., 2006)
"Measuring the Higgs boson mass in dileptonic W-boson decays at hadron colliders", A. J. Barr, B. M. Gripaios, C. G. Lester, Journal of High Energy Physics, 0907 (2009) 072.
"Weighing Wimps with Kinks at Colliders: Invisible Particle Mass Measurements from Endpoints", A. J. Barr, B. M. Gripaios, C. G. Lester, Journal of High Energy Physics, 0802 (2008) 014.
"Modified gravity via spontaneous symmetry breaking", B. M. Gripaios, Journal of High Energy Physics, 0410 (2004) 069.
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