Members of the Glasgow team

The Glasgow team is led by Andy Buckley, and is concentrated on the CEDAR project to develop methods and machinery for interpretation of MC simulations and collider physics data. It is hosted within the Glasgow Particle Physics Experiment and Theory groups, with 13 academic staff and around 45 researchers and students.

We welcome applications for MCnet short-term studentships to work on MC generator physics connected with any of our project areas, from BSM physics reinterpretations, to fast detector simulation, to MC generator tuning, and to technical development of the LHAPDF and HepMC3 code libraries. More details on Glasgow projects can be found here.