I am mostly interested in Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), the theory of strong interactions. My work focuses on deepening our understanding of QCD to be able to obtain accurate theoretical predictions for collider processes. This requires for example developing new ideas for computing QFT scattering amplitudes, devising new ways for dealing with the intricate structure of QCD radiation, and understanding the all-order structure of QFTs. I am also interested in the phenomenological application of QCD to high-precision phenomenological studies at colliders, in particular for processes involving the Higgs boson.
Currently, most of my research is devoted to developing higher-order calculations for key collider processes, the hipQCD project, funded by an ERC starting grant.
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