I am a particle physicist working in the CMS experiment at the LHC. I am interested in discovering signatures of new heavy particles that could explain dark matter, and in precision studies of the top quark, the heaviest elementary particle. I also worked on the DØ experiment at the Tevatron from 2002 to 2014, where I was involved in discovering and studying single top quark production.

Check out my ORCID webpage with selected publications and basic biographical information, and here you can find my Academic Tree.

Some recent results with 13 TeV CMS data from my group:

Link to the Physics Department Calendar of events.


Current courses:
PHY100 - Spring 2021 - Physics of the natural world

Office hours: Tuesdays 2.00-3.00pm in ZOOM; But feel free to stop by at any time if I am available.

Past classes at Rochester:


Here is a list of the seminar and conference talks I have given.