Press releases and media coverage
A really nice article about how to make research environments more open, inclusive, diverse and equitable through the use of technology. It was really humbling to be interviewed for this piece along with so many other thoughtful people.
Helsinki press releases, November 2018: “New finding of particle physics may help to explain the absence of antimatter”
The results of our Physical Review Letters paper on the Two Higgs Doublet Model found their way into several news outlets in Europe and North America. They were also the subject of an APS PhysicsBuzz blog post and a Reddit thread.
An article on the UiS website about the experiences of myself and Sarah Hean, another Marie Curie intra-European fellow at Stavanger.
My application as PI for a grant of nearly 18 million core-hours of computer time to study phase transitions in the early universe received positive peer review and was then successful in being allocated resources. It gets a mention in this PRACE press release.
Along with Anders Tranberg, I was interviewed for this article on the local pages of the national Norwegian broadcaster, and was also featured in a brief radio segment.
Our paper demonstrating that acoustic waves produced by thermal phase transitions produce an enhanced gravitational wave signal was picked up by New Scientist, and I was interviewed for this piece, which appeared in the print edition. The web article also incorporates a movie.