Dr Edward Bennett
Senior research software engineer
Computer Science
Telephone: (01792) 602316
Room: Office - 290
Second Floor
Talbot Building
Singleton Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • Lattice gauge theory
  • Theoretical particle physics
  • High-performance computing

Publications

  1. & Lattice study of the scalar and baryon spectra in many-flavor QCD. International Journal of Modern Physics A 32(35), 1747010
  2. & Topological insights in many-flavor QCD on the lattice. International Journal of Modern Physics A 32(35), 1747005
  3. & Infrared regime of SU(2) with one adjoint Dirac flavor. Physical Review D 91(11)
  4. & Large mass hierarchies from strongly-coupled dynamics. Journal of High Energy Physics 2016(6), 114
  5. & (2017). Large mass hierarchies from strongly-coupled dynamics. Presented at Proceedings of the 34th annual International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory (LATTICE2016),

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Teaching

  • PH-M31 Physics Simulation using High Performance Computing

    Basic concepts in high performance computing on parallel architectures are discussed, and an introduction to current programming methods is given, along with an opportunity for practical experience. Some applications to important and topical examples in physics are also discussed.