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I am a scientist in the Theoretical Physics Department at Fermilab.

I am primarily interested in QCD collider phenomenology, especially at hadron colliders such as the Tevatron and the LHC. In particular I have concentrated on the calculation of higher order corrections in QCD. The focus of my current research is the identification and interpretation of the Higgs boson that was discovered at the LHC in 2012.

Much of this work is contained in the computer program MCFM, which uses next-to-leading order perturbation theory to make predictions for many processes at hadron-hadron colliders. The homepage for MCFM is here.

Contact information

Address:Theoretical Physics Department, MS106
Fermilab Telephone: (630) 840 3750
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