Areas of Expertise

  • particle physics theory
  • lattice QCD
  • simulation of systems with non-zero particle density
  • graphene


  1. & QCDVis: a tool for the visualisation of Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) data. Computers & Graphics 67, 115-126.
  2. Towards critical physics in 2+1d with U(2N)-invariant fermions. Journal of High Energy Physics 2016(11)
  3. & Light baryons below and above the deconfinement transition: medium effects and parity doubling. Journal of High Energy Physics 2017(6), 1-30.
  4. & (2016). Topological Visualisation Techniques for the Understanding of Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics (LQCD) Simulations. Presented at Computer Graphics & Visual Computing (CGVC) 2016, Bournemouth, UK: The Eurographics Association. doi:10.2312/cgvc.20161298
  5. & Strong interaction effects at a Fermi surface in a model for voltage-biased bilayer graphene. Physical Review B 92(23)

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  • PH-325 Teaching Physics via a School Placement

    This module is for students with an interest in entering teaching, and involves a weekly placement in a local school under the mentorship of a physics teacher. The student will engage both in observation and in various teaching activities. The module will be assessed on the basis of the mentor's report and on written project work.

  • PH-338 Frontiers of Nuclear Physics

    This module covers nuclear physics, including applications of fission and fusion, together with modern developments in many-body quark physics.

  • PH-353 Computational Physics

    Computer simulations play a fundamental role in Physics. This course will introduce the the main techniques used in the field; in particular, Monte Carlo calculations. The student will also be equipped with the needed computing skills.


  • Improved Numerical Methods for Domain Wall Fermions in 2+1d. (current)

    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof Gert Aarts
  • 'Topological visualisation techniques to enhance understanding of Lattice QCD simulations ' (current)

    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Dr Bob Laramee
  • Extracting small signals from highly oscillating data : the sign problem in Condensed Matter Physics (current)

    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof Biagio Lucini

External Responsibilities

  • Chair, Particle Physics Grants Panel (Theory), STFC

    2009 - Present