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.
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.
I am currently the organizer of the Joint Experimental-Theoretical Physics ("Wine and Cheese") seminars at Fermilab.
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