Dr W Barter
Will is a particle physicist, working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), seeking to understand the fundamental mysteries of the universe. He is a member of the LHCb collaboration who operate the LHCb detector, one of four main experiments at the LHC. Will leads teams within LHCb who study the weak force (which is responsible for radioactivity), the internal structure of the proton, and the differences between matter and anti-matter. He is now launching a new research programme scrutinising rare decays of B-hadrons involving tau-leptons. By carefully investigating these processes, Will will search for the influence of previously undiscovered fundamental particles, allowing us to gain a deeper understanding of nature.
- A simple method to determine charge-dependent curvature biases in track reconstruction in hadron collider experiments DOI, European Physical Journal C
- Physical Review D
- Measurement of Charged Hadron Production in Z-Tagged Jets in Proton-Proton Collisions at sqrt(s)=8 TeV DOI, Physical Review Letters
- Design and performance of the LHCb trigger and full real-time reconstruction in Run 2 of the LHC DOI, Journal of Instrumentation