## Vincent Drach

Non perturbative phenomena in Quantum Field Theory, lattice QCD, high energy physics, models of new physics, large scale simulation Vincent is a theoretical physicist focusing on various aspects of

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# Group: Phys staff

## Vincent Drach

## Anton Ilderton

## Martin Lavelle

## David McMullan

## Craig McNeile

## Tom Heinzl

## Antonio Rago

Non perturbative phenomena in Quantum Field Theory, lattice QCD, high energy physics, models of new physics, large scale simulation Vincent is a theoretical physicist focusing on various aspects of

Quantum field theory in external fields, nonperturbative pair production, high energy physics, lightfront quantisation, intense laser physics Anton works on particle physics and quantum field theory under the influence of

Theoretical physics, Quantum field theories in external fields, Construction of physical charges in gauge theories. Martin’s research is on quantum field theory. In particular he works on gauge theories and

Quantum Field Theory, Construction of physical charges in gauge theories, Quantum Field Theories in external fields, Constrained systems. David came to Plymouth after post-doctoral research at Salt Lake City, Warwick,

Quantum Field Theory, Lattice Gauge Theories, Computational Physics, Numerical Simulations, High Performance Computing. Craig is an expert in precision lattice QCD calculations of the matrix elements required for particle physics

Theoretical Physics. Particle Physics and the Theories of Electromagnetic and Strong Interactions. Strong-Field Quantum Electrodynamics employing High-Power Lasers. Tom is an internationally leading expert in laser particle physics. During its

Theoretical physics, computational physics, particle physics, Standard Model and its extensions, lattice gauge theories, statistical mechanics. Antonio is a theoretical physicist who has a strong interest in computational physics. His