Pre­ci­sion is (al­so) dis­cov­ery!

I am a the­o­ret­i­cal physi­cist work­ing on high­-en­ergy pre­ci­sion phe­nom­e­nol­o­gy, cur­rently em­ployed as a re­search as­so­ciate at William & Mary in Vir­ginia.

My re­search aims at gain­ing novel in­sight into the fun­da­men­tal laws of na­ture through per­tur­ba­tive pre­ci­sion cal­cu­la­tions across the scope of par­ti­cle col­lider pro­grams.

My re­search is at the in­ter­face of the tech­ni­cal the­ory com­mu­nity and the ex­per­i­men­tal analy­ses, and ex­tends from high­er-order mul­ti­-loop cal­cu­la­tions to Mon­te-­Carlo event gen­er­a­tors rel­e­vant to ex­per­i­men­tal analy­ses, to lat­tice-­match­ing cal­cu­la­tions for cru­cial in­put pa­ra­me­ters like PDFs and the strong cou­pling. The use of large scale nu­mer­i­cal and com­puter al­ge­bra meth­ods is part of my daily work.

It has be¬≠come clear to me that the way we learn about na¬≠ture is not only through the find¬≠ing of new par¬≠ti¬≠cles or in¬≠ter¬≠ac¬≠tions, but at the very least equally through the pre¬≠cise test of es¬≠tab¬≠lished the¬≠o¬≠ries. Find¬≠ing no de¬≠vi¬≠a¬≠tions from those the¬≠o¬≠ries at higher en¬≠er¬≠gies and smaller scales is a dis¬≠cov¬≠ery in it¬≠self. This is what I coin ‚ÄúPre¬≠ci¬≠sion is dis¬≠cov¬≠ery‚ÄĚ and have been pro¬≠mot¬≠ing to fund¬≠ing agen¬≠cies, for ex¬≠am¬≠ple in P5 meet¬≠ings in the US, and through my con¬≠tri¬≠bu¬≠tions to the Snow¬≠mass 2022 process.

Please have a look around to find more de­tails about my Re­search and Pub­li­ca­tions.