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In my first year (at Liverpool University) I started off looking into the affect of delta ray emission in the forward trackers at H1. I then went to DESY to study the hadronisation of open charm in deep inelastic scattering. I became rather more interested in emerging computing technologies and took a job at Manchester Computing before the end of my PhD at Liverpool.

I continued my studies (at the University of Manchester) focussing on the computing and specialising in Grid technologies, finally studying the use of AFS in High Energy Particle Physics grids. I did this using the BaBar Experiment as an examplar.

I submitted my Thesis entitled "Using AFS As A Distributed File System For Computational And Data Grids In High Energy Physics" July 2005.

Modules

Quantum Mechanics approx. 24 Lectures
Statistics approx. 6 Lectures
Computing approx. 4 Lectures
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics approx. 24 Lectures
Quantum Field Theory approx. 24 Lectures
Standard Model approx. 24 Lectures

Schools

September 1999 SLAC Summer School: CP Violation in the Standard Model and Beyond
August 1998 RAL Summer School for Young High Energy Physicists

First Year (Transfer) Report

Modelling Delta Ray Emission in the Forward Tracker Planar Chambers at the H1 Experiment, DESY .ps .pdf


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