Prof Alan J. Barr
Much of the research in the Oxford supersymmetry group is on the border between theory and experiment -
for example investigating what observable effects of supersymmetry
and extra dimensions
could be found at accelerators (such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN).
We've also been exploring methods for distinguishing between
different theories of physics
beyond the Standard Model of particle physics.
More general information can be found on the Oxford ATLAS experiment's web pages, and from the particle theory pages.
To join the group as a graduate student see the application pages
Investigating the potential for discovering and understanding supersymmetry with the ATLAS experiment at CERN
The ATLAS experiment's Semiconductor tracker integration at CERN.
Pictures during its assembly in the Oxford physics department.
small author list
and CERN notes