My research interests include the physics of neutrinos (neutrino mass, leptonic mixing and neutrino oscillations). As part of my research into these areas, I am a member of the COBRA and T2K experimental collaborations.
I have also published a number of papers on neutrino phenomenology.
I also have interests in particle accelerator physics, in particular, the design of a so-called neutrino factory.
I teach a first year course entitled An Introduction to Particle Physics (PX147).
I also teach some aspects of the second year Physics Skills Course (PX271), in particular, some lectures on experimental uncertainies (errors).
I have several third and fourth year project groups.
I teach a graduate lecture course entitled Symmetries and Conservation Laws and I give tutorials to first-year PhD students.
Write to:Department of Physics, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL
Contact Details:Office: P543