Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name
(Use the Heading 3, not boldface, setting for the line with your name on it.)

Ayana Arce

is a participant in the program from Duke. She works on reconstructing boosted hadronic W/Z/H/t decays, jet substructure measurements, and resonance searches at the LHC with ATLAS.


Marina Artuso

is a participant in the program from Syracuse University. She works on beauty-flavor physics studies at the LHC with LHCb. Her focus currently is in the study of exclusive semileptonic
decays of the Lambdab and Bs hadrons, as tools to improve our understanding of the Cabibbo Kobayashi Maskawa parameters Vub and Vcb.


Claude Bernard

is a participant in the program. He is at Washington University, St. Louis. He works on flavor physics from lattice QCD, chiral perturbation theory, and electromagnetism on the lattice. home page

Simon Catterall

is one of the coordinators of the program. He is interested in lattice supersymmetry and new models of strongly coupled dynamics.
He is at Syracuse University.

Poul Damgaard

is a participant from Niels Bohr International Academy, Copenhagen. He works on lattice supersymmetry and is also thinking about effective field theory on the lattice.

Christine Davies

is a participant from the University of Glasgow. She works in lattice QCD phenomenology for precision flavour physics.
Home page

Paolo Gambino

is a participant in the program from the University of Turin. He works on B physics phenomenology and is interested in the interplay between lattice and non-lattice methods like the Heavy Quark Expansion.

Steven Gottlieb

is a participant in the program based at Indiana University. He is a founding member of the MILC Collaboration and works in flavor physics, electromagnetic effects on spectroscopy, and programming for the next generation of supercomputers. Home page.

Anna Hasenfratz

is one of the coordinators of the program. She is at the University of Colorado, Boulder working on lattice approach to BSM physics.


Gudrun Hiller

is a participant in the program and is interested flavor physics in and beyond the SM (theory/pheno). One topic of interest to the workshop are rare decays of beauty and charm hadrons, linking precise theory predictions to current and future data.
my professional website here is a recent paper on B->K pi ll

Greg Huber

is a Deputy Director of the KITP and a biophysicist.

Andreas Kronfeld

is one of the coordinators of the program. He is at Fermilab and works on lattice-QCD calculations pertaining to quark-flavor physics and, recently, neutrino physics. Home page.

Yuzhi Liu

is one of the social coordinators of the program. Currently, he is a research associate at University of Colorado Boulder. His research interests include lattice flavor physics, physics beyond the Standard Model, and renormalization group methods in general.

Adam Martin

is a participant of the program. He is an assistant professor at the University of Notre Dame. His works BSM LHC phenomenology and model building. Though born and raised on technicolor, he is interested in all types of BSM physics. Also, recently obsessed with Hilbert series. Not organized enough to have a home page.

Yannick Meurice

is one of the coordinators of the program. He is at the University of Iowa and works on lattice gauge theory (B-physics, BSM, RG methods and quantum simulators). Home page

Ethan Neil

is a participant in the program. He is an assistant professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He works on lattice gauge theory and BSM phenomenology, with current interests in heavy-flavor physics, composite Higgs, and composite dark matter.

Daniel Nogradi

is a participant in the program. He is an assistant professor at the Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary. He works mainly on two topics: composite Higgs and finite temperature QCD.

Giancarlo Rossi

is a participant in the program, He is full professor at the University of Roma Tor Vergata (Italy). He is a cofounder of the ETM Collaboration and works in lattice gauge theories and in particular at this time in its applications to flavour physics and BSM models.

David Schaich

is a participant in the program. He is at Syracuse University and works on lattice gauge theory beyond QCD, in particular near-conformal composite Higgs models and supersymmetric lattice field theories. Home page

Matthew Wingate

is a participant of the program. He is at the University of Cambridge and works on lattice field theory, primarily quark flavor physics. Home page