Postdoctoral Research Associate
Theoretical Particle Physics Group
Phone: +1 607 229 2899
I am interested in finding and analyzing theories of particle physics beyond the Standard Model. My past and current areas of active research include:
- Supersymmetric gauge theories. I study theories of dynamical SUSY breaking and metastability, dualities and nonperturbative results, and model building with a focus on gauge mediation. I am also interested in magnetic monopoles and applying Seiberg Witten methods to N=1 theories.
- Collider Phenomenology at the LHC and beyond. I am particularly interested in methods of measuring masses and mixings at hadron colliders, as well as new applications for substructure methods.
- Electroweak Baryogenesis, how it can constrain models of BSM physics and make predictions at colliders.
- Models with (warped) extra dimensions, which can offer novel electroweak symmetry breaking mechanisms and allow us to investigate strongly coupled 4D CFTs via the AdS/CFT duality.
|2002 - 2004||Bachelor of Science, University of Sydney|
|2005||Bachelor of Science (Honors), University of Melbourne|
|2006 - Aug 2011||PhD, Cornell University [Thesis Advisor Csaba Csaki]|
|Aug 2011 - Aug 2014||Postdoctoral Research Associate, Stony Brook University|
Full CV (pdf) [Feb 2013]
Presentations & Talks [Jul 2011]