I'm a researcher interested in conducting precision measurements of fundamental quantities and new physics searches using table-top experiments. I used to work in the Centre for Cold Matter, part of the department of physics at Imperial College, London, and I'm now a visiting researcher at Imperial College and a CERN staff member, working in the BASE collaboration. From September 2022 I'll be returning to Imperial as a Royal Society University Research Fellow.
My research interests include
- 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 understanding how to apply techniques like optical pumping, laser cooling and magneto-optical trapping 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
You can see a full list of my publications on Google Scholar here
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
et al., 2022, Sympathetic cooling schemes for separately trapped ions coupled via image currents, New Journal of Physics, Vol:24, ISSN:1367-2630
et al., 2022, A 16-parts-per-trillion measurement of the antiproton-to-proton charge-mass ratio, Nature, Vol:601, ISSN:0028-0836, Pages:53-+
et al., 2021, Sympathetic cooling of a trapped proton mediated by an LC circuit, Nature, Vol:596, ISSN:0028-0836, Pages:514-+
et al., 2021, Constraints on the Coupling between Axionlike Dark Matter and Photons Using an Antiproton Superconducting Tuned Detection Circuit in a Cryogenic Penning Trap, Physical Review Letters, Vol:126, ISSN:0031-9007