2008-2011 Postdoctoral Fellow
Particle Physics & Quantum Field Theory
413-A Jadwin Hall
My main research interest is in physics beyond the Standard Model. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will soon be providing data about physics at the TeV scale, hopefully shedding light on the precise nature of the Higgs mechanism. I have been involved in two aspects of related research: first, building and constraining models of what the LHC might find; second, developing techniques that can be used to extract useful information from LHC data. I am also thinking about implications for particle physics experiments of dark matter models that might explain recent astrophysics data. More generally, I am interested in quantum field theory and in particular strong dynamics, especially in finding tractable models that share features of QCD (the theory of the quarks and gluons that make up protons and neutrons).
- Randall Sundrum and Strings
M. Reece and L.-T. Wang, arXiv:1003.5669
- Prompt Decays of General Neutralino NLSPs at the Tevatron
P. Meade, M. Reece, and D. Shih, arXiv:0911.4130 (accepted by JHEP)
- Searching for the light dark gauge boson in GeV-scale experiments
M. Reece and L.-T. Wang, JHEP 0907:051,2009, arXiv:0904.1743
- The AdS/QCD Correspondence: Still Undelivered
C. Csaki, M. Reece, and J. Terning, JHEP 0905:067,2009, arXiv:0811.3001
- The S-parameter in holographic technicolor models
K. Agashe, C. Csaki, C. Grojean and M. Reece, JHEP 0713:003,2007, arXiv:0704.1821.