Dr Gavin Hesketh
Dept of Physics & Astronomy
Faculty of Maths & Physical Sciences
- Joined UCL
- 1st Dec 2010
I am an experimental particle physicist currently working at the Fermilab Muon g-2 experiment, the PSI Mu3e experiment and CERN's Large Hadron Collider on the ATLAS experiment. My research is focused on the search for new physics.
- University College London
- FHEA, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education | 2017
- University of Manchester
- PhD, Particle Physics | 2003
Originally from North East England, I completed a BSc in physics at the University of Manchester, and after a musical interlude, continued with a PhD in particle physics. As part of my PhD, I was based at Fermilab, near Chicago USA, working on D0 experiment on what was, at the time, the highest energy particle accelerator in the world, the Tevatron. After a postdoctoral position with Northeastern University, also on D0, in 2009 I took a position as a CERN Fellow, working on the CMS experiment. In 2010 I joined UCL as a Royal Society University Research Fellow, working on the ATLAS experiment, and in 2012 was appointed as a Lecturer.