I'm an Assistant Professor in the Physics Department at SUNY Buffalo. I am primarily interested in collider phenomenology, most specifically in the field of NLO computations. I am interested in Higgs physics, and in developing new methods and tools for Monte Carlo programs.
One program I work on, together with John Campbell and Keith Ellis , is MCFM, which uses next-to-leading order perturbation theory to make predictions for many processes at hadron-hadron colliders. The homepage for MCFM is here.