Overview
 Theory of elementary particles.
 Quantum Chromodynamics
 High energy interactions and spindependent dynamics.
Royal Society Joint Project Grant with the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences: 20012003, £12000; 20052007, £12000. Visits to Imperial College of 2 months each, per year, by Dr Stamenov and Dr Christova of the Institute for Nuclear Research, Sofia.
Royal Society Incoming Short Visit Grant: 3 months 2006, £3814. Visit to Imperial College by Dr S Aghaev of Baku State University, Azerbaijan
European Initiative Framework 6: member of I3 HP Transversity Network. Total grant 400,000 euros.

Collaborators
Dr F. Murgia, University of Cagliari, Sardinia, Elementary particle theory
Dr S.Aghayev, Baku State University, Elementary particle theory
Dr U. D'Alesio, University of Cagliari, Sardinia, Elementary particle theory
Dr L. Trueman, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Elementary particle theory
Dr B. Bakker, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Elementary particle theory
Dr D. M. Stamenov, Institute for Nuclear Research, Sofia, Elementary particle theory
Professor M. Anselmino, Istituto di Fisica Teorica, Turin, Elementary particle theory
Dr E. Christova, Institute for Nuclear Physics, Sofia, Elementary particle theory
Guest Lectures
The angular momentum controversy: what's it all about and does it matter?, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 2013
A critical assessment of the angular momentum sum rules, ORSAY Laboratory, Paris, 2013
The angular momentum controversy: what's it all about and does it matter?, ORSAY Laboratory, Paris, 2013
The angular momentum controversy: what's it all about and does it matter?, SACLAY Laboratory, Paris, 2013
The angular momentum controversy: what's it all about and does it matter?, RuhrUniversitat, Bochum, Germany, 2012
The angular momentum controversy: what's it all about and does it matter?, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, UK, 2012
The angular momentum controversy: what's it about and does it matter?, JINR, Dubna, Russia, 2012
The EM tensor and its relation to angular momentum, Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle, Washington, USA, 2012