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Department of Physics

The Cavendish Laboratory

My current research is in inventing new ways to search for physics beyond the Standard Model of particle physics, and performing those searches. My current focus is on broader searches for deviations from the Standard Model, for example using data-data comparisons and graph theory, though I have previously searched for leptoquarks and supersymmetry. I am also the co-leader of the ATLAS group in charge of improving ATLAS's ability to infer the presence of undetectable particles like dark matter and neutrinos, through the measurement of missing transverse momentum.

For more information on my current, and past, research and teaching exploits, please see my personal webpage:

High Energy Physics
Hadron Colliders
Beyond the Standard Model physics
Research Fellow, ATLAS (High Energy Physics)
Photo of Holly Pacey outside King's College

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