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Professor David Newbold

Professor David Newbold

Professor David Newbold
BSc, PhD

Visiting Senior Research Fellow

Office 4.45
HH Wills Physics Laboratory,
Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TL
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 928 8770

Research summary

High-energy physicists study the fundamental constituents of matter, the fields that allow them to interact, and the basic nature of space and time. I work with particle accelerators that create extreme energy densities, similar to those in the early universe. By carefully studying quantum particles created in these conditions, we can learn about the few very simple laws that underlie all natural phenomena. 

My research is unashamedly curiosity-driven, but has many technological spin offs that can benefit science and society; my group also performs applied research into new computing, communications, and data processing tools that are needed for the ...

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Recent publications

  • Abreu, Y, Amhis, Y, Ban, G, Beaumont, W, Binet, S, Bongrand, M, Boursette, D, Castle, BC, Chanal, H, Clark, K, Coupé, B, Crochet, P, Cussans, D, De Roeck, A, Durand, D, Fallot, M, Ghys, L, Giot, L, Graves, K, Guillon, B, Henaff, D, Hosseini, B, Ihantola, S, Jenzer, S, Kalcheva, S, Kalousis, LN, Labare, M, Lehaut, G, Manley, S, Manzanillas, L, Mermans, J, Michiels, I, Monteil, S, Moortgat, C, Newbold, D, Park, J, Pestel, V, Petridis, K, Piñera, I, Popescu, L & others 2019, ‘Development of a quality assurance process for the SoLid experiment’. Journal of Instrumentation, vol 14.
  • Aggleton, R, Ball, F, Beck, L, Brooke, J, Burns, D, Clement, E, Cussans, D, Davignon, O, Flächer, H, Goldstein, J, Grimes, M, Heath, G, Heath, H, Jacob, J, Kreczko, L, Lucas, C, Newbold, D, Paramesvaran, S, Poll, T, Sakuma, T, El Nasr, SS, Smith, D, Smith, V & , 2018, ‘Search for new long-lived particles at √s=13 TeV’. Physics Letters B, vol 780., pp. 432-454

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