I am Andrew Fowlie, a junior faculty member at Nanjing Normal University - here is our group photo. My research interests include beyond the standard model phenomenology, LHC physics, dark matter and Bayesian statistics.
PhD in high-energy physics, 2013
Sheffield University
MPhys in Physics, 2009
Durham University
Anomalies in high-energy physics with Bayes factors
Fits of SUSY models, such as the CMSSM, in light of LHC data.
Fine-tuning in physics with Bayesian statistics
I am a member of GAMBIT - The Global And Modular BSM Inference Tool - lead by Dr. Pat Scott.
Using Quantified Maximum Entropy to model uncertainty in the dark matter velocity profile.
Typset copies of unpublished works and links.