I am a Professor of Physics and Head of the Mathematics Department at Swansea University. My main field of research is Particle Physics, but I have also an interest in Statistical Mechanics, in Strongly Correlated Electrons and - outside Physics - in High Performance Computing. A full, constantly updated list of my publications can be found on Inspire. You might also be interested in my Inspire Author Page or in my Google Scholar entry.
In my research, I specialise in numerical calculations using Monte Carlo Methods in Strongly Interacting Gauge Theories and in Statistical Mechanics on state of the art supercomputers, developing in-house efficient parallel code. In this context, I have led the development of a specialised High Performance Computing benchmark, BSMBench.
In the very little remaining time, I fiddle around with Linux (about which sometimes I contribute articles to Linux Format and other magazines) and I play the accordion. I am also a keen cyclist.