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Lead researcher

Professor Tim Morris LRAM FHEA FInstP

Professor of Physics & Astronomy

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Other researchers

Professor Jonathan Flynn PhD, FHEA

Professor of Physics

Research interests

  • Lattice field theory simulations
  • Heavy quark physics

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Professor Kostas Skenderis

Chair in Mathematical Physics

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Professor Oscar Dias


Research interests

  • Einstein's gravity
  • Black holes

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Professor James Drummond


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Professor Nicholas Evans

Professor of Particle Physics

Research interests

  • Strongly Coupled Gauge Theories including QCD and composite Higgs models
  • Holographic Descriptions of Gauge Theories

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Professor Stefano Moretti PhD, FilDrHC


Research interests

  • His research interests include: Standard Model (QCD and EW Interactions), Supersymmetry, Non-minimal Higgs Models, Higher Order Corrections and Monte Carlo Event Generators.
  • Prof Moretti’s scientific activity is in particle phenomenology, particularly in the area of collider physics. His contribution to particle physics is substantial as seen from more than 500 scientific papers/articles that he has published. (Please ignore the metrics provided by PlumX or else on these pages as they are completely wrong for my field of specialisation, always refer to iNSPIRE ones.)

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Professor Andreas Juttner

Professor of Theoretical Physics

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Professor Alexander Belyaev

Professor of Physics

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Professor Pasquale Di Bari

Professor of Physics And Astronomy

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Professor Marika Taylor

Head of School

Research interests

  • String theory, gravitational physics and quantum field theory
  • Gravity/guage theory dualities

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Professor Christopher Sachrajda FRS, FInstP, CPhys, PhD

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Professor Stephen King

Professor of Physics & Astronomy

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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

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