I'm a postdoc at U Michigan. I received my Ph.D. from Caltech in 2009, and afterward I was a postdoc at TRIUMF.
Physics of the weak scale
With exploration of the weak scale underway at the LHC and in precision experiments at the intensity frontier, what are the implications for particle physics beyond the standard model and the cosmology of the early Universe?
Most of the matter in the Universe is completely unknown and lies beyond the scope of the standard model of particle physics. What are potential experimental signatures of dark matter, and how can these signals shed light on the dark sector?
What is the origin of the cosmic matter-antimatter asymmetry in the Universe? What do theories of baryogenesis predict for experimental signatures at the LHC and in precision tests of CP violation, such as electric dipole moment searches?
My research papers: find a tulin
Outreach & publicity:
Ann Arbor Science & Skeptics: Scientists fair
Wired: X particle explains dark matter and antimatter at the same time
Discovery: X factor: new particle could solve two mysteries
New scientist: The dark side of antimatter
Phys.org: Physicists propose mechanism that explains the origins of both dark matter and 'normal' matter