Mike Seymour

Particle Physics Group, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester
but currently on secondment to:
Theoretical Physics Group (PH-TH), CERN
CH-1211 Geneva 23, Switzerland.
Tel: +41 22 767 9781 Fax: +41 22 767 3850
M.Seymour@rl.ac.uk, Michael.Seymour@manchester.ac.uk, or Mike.Seymour@cern.ch.

I am a theoretical particle physicist, working mainly on the phenomenology of QCD and the strong interaction. Amongst other things, I am an author of several different Monte Carlo programs for simulating jet evolution and hadronization, calculating jet cross sections to next-to-leading order in perturbative QCD, and analysis programs for QCD studies and jet physics. These are used by most of the experimental collaborations in the world.
If you didn't already know that, or don't know what the hell I'm talking about, then I'm afraid these pages are probably not for you. If you are looking for more information on particle physics, you could do a lot worse than to start here
PROGRAMS: HERWIG, KTCLUS and NLO QCD
WORK: published, in progress, lectured about and even examined
SERVERS: SLAC preprints (and its UK mirror); xxx preprint server (and its UK mirror); Nuclear Physics; Physical Review; CERNlib documentation
LABS: CERN electroweak working group; DESY; Fermilab; LBNL; Oxford particle physics and theoretical physics groups; Cavendish HEP Group; Lund Theoretical Physics Group; Durham's exciting new Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology
CONFERENCES: ECFA-DESY LC; Monte Carlo Generators for HERA Physics; LHC; Duhttp://ph-dep-th.web.cern.ch/ph-dep-th/content2/workshops/lhc99/lhcworkshop.htmlcollider99/">Durham 99
PEOPLE: BenAllanach; Jon Butterworth; Jeff Forshaw; Leif Lönnblad; Rob Snihur
MEDIA: The Telegraph; The Times; The Guardian; Private Eye; the BBC; ITV; Central; Channel 4; Sky; the Radio Times; Oxford Daily Info; The Internet Movie Database
SPORT: Formula 1 results and news; Oxford United; SoccerNet; French snow conditions; and the French weather
POLITICS: Labour; Lib Dems; Tories; Greens; Sinn Féin; UUP; Alliance; Scottish and Welsh Nationalists; What? No Loonies? I guess Natural Law will have to do; that's enough parties (ed). 
RANDOM STUFF: the best exchange rate service I've found so far; European train times; British Rail train times; British road maps; if you think the AA's routeplanner is good, try this one which is better; a particularly cool story; Heavens Above (sky-watching resources); the Geometry Junkyard; Anagram Insanity; the Virtual Pet Cemetery; with prices like these, why does anyone book car hire anywhere else? Nobel Prizes; Lara; Webster's Dictionary; some photos
CLAMS: alt.religion.scientology, alt.clearing.technology, Steve's UK Scientology information page and Martin's one. If you're wondering why the sudden interest in clams, Karin Spaink's page in the Netherlands is a good introduction, and it contains the affidavit they're so worried about us reading. 
Ever wondered how much I weigh? Wonder no more . . .
You can now visit the graveyard where places that used to be linked from my home page go to die, as well as my old home page at CERN.

Mike Seymour