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research interests currently centre on CALICE, an R&D project for a
calorimeter for a detector at a future International Linear Collider. He is UK
Project manager for the project.
1980s he was a member of the
taking at LEP ended in 2000 and analysis of the data was completed in 2003.
From 1995 to
2004 he was a member of the BaBar collaboration at SLAC, Stanford. The principal
aim of this project is to measure the small asymmetry in the decay of B mesons
and their antiparticles (known as CP violation) that is thought to play a
crucial role in the dominance of matter over antimatter in the Universe.
1990s he was a member of several PPARC committees responsible for providing
advice on strategy and policy in particle physics research in the
interests include particle physics, quantum mechanics, experimental physics and
communication skills. He has a strong interest in the public engagement in
science, particularly working with school pupils and their teachers and has
received several grants to further this activity. He was chair
From 2000 to
2005 he was Dean of the Faculty of Science at Royal Holloway and a member of
several College committees including Academic Board, Finance Committee and