I'm a Royal Society University Research Fellow interested in conducting precision measurements of fundamental quantities and new physics searches using table-top experiments.
Here are some of my past and present research interests:
- Measuring the size of the electron's electric dipole moment using ytterbium fluoride molecules
- Simulating the behaviour of complex multi-level molecular systems when they interact with many electromagnetic fields. This helps us understand how to apply techniques like optical pumping, laser cooling and magneto-optical trapping to molecular systems.
- Testing CPT symmetry by comparing the properties of protons and antiprotons
- Searching for dark matter using superconducting LC circuits
- Using Penning traps to detect dark matter
et al., 2023, BASE-STEP: A transportable antiproton reservoir for fundamental interaction studies., Rev Sci Instrum, Vol:94
et al., 2023, A Proposal for a Low‐Frequency Axion Search in the 1–2 μ$\umu$ eV Range and Below with the BabyIAXO Magnet, Annalen Der Physik, ISSN:0003-3804
et al., 2023, Ultra-thin polymer foil cryogenic window for antiproton deceleration and storage., Rev Sci Instrum, Vol:94
et al., 2023, BASE-high-precision comparisons of the fundamental properties of protons and antiprotons, European Physical Journal D, Vol:77, ISSN:1434-6060
et al., 2022, A high-Q superconducting toroidal medium frequency detection system with a capacitively adjustable frequency range >180 kHz, Review of Scientific Instruments, Vol:93, ISSN:0034-6748