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Dr Ben Gripaios


Reader and Head of the Theoretical High Energy Physics Group of the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge
Fellow of King's College

gripaios@hep.phy.cam.ac.uk


Room 944, Rutherford Building College:
HEP Group
Department of Physics
Cavendish Laboratory
JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge
CB3 0HE, UK
King's College
King's Parade
Cambridge
CB2 1ST
UK
+44 (0)1223 761014

My research focuses on the search for new physics at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiment at CERN in Geneva. Although I am a theoretical physicist, much of my work is done in tandem with experimental particle physicists (in the Cambridge HEP group and elsewhere), devising methods to discover and measure the properties of any physics beyond the so-called `Standard Model'. I also work (with members of DAMTP and others) on building mathematical models to describe new physics, using data from the LHC and other particle physics experiments, as well as data from astrophysical observations.


My book, The Ideas of Particle Physics (Cambridge University Press, 3rd Ed.), gives an introduction to high energy physics and the LHC that is suitable for non-specialist readers.

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Click on the links for pdf versions of my lecture notes on Gauge Field Theory, Physics Beyond the Standard Model, and Effective Field Theory


What have I been publishing? my papers on INSPIRE
What do I work on? see here
How do I apply to King's to read Natural Sciences? click here
You want to do a PhD in HEP theory at the Cavendish? see here
You want to know about job opportunties in HEP theory at the Cavendish? see here
You want to know about the Cambridge SUSY working group? click here
You want something else? try here

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With thanks to Chris Lester