Prof. Neil's research interests are in physics beyond the standard model, particularly its signatures in collider and dark matter experiments, and more generally in the physics of strongly-coupled elementary particles, which he studies numerically using large-scale computing. His particular interests include composite Higgs and composite dark-matter models, precision calculations of heavy-quark properties (which are an important input to experimental searches for new physics), and the phase structure of many-fermion, strongly-coupled gauge theories.

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elementary particle physics, collider phenomenology, dark matter, quantum field theory, lattice gauge theory, high-performance computing, large-scale data analysis