William Barter
UKRI Future Leaders Fellow @ School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh

About Will:
A photo of Will Will is a particle physicist, working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), seeking to understand the fundamental behaviour of the universe. He is a member of the University of Edinburgh Experimental Particle Physics group, and a member of the LHCb collaboration who operate the LHCb detector, one of four main experiments at the LHC. For the team who work (and have worked) with Will in these areas, please see here.

Will’s research includes studies of the weak force (which is responsible for radioactivity), the internal structure of the proton, differences between matter and anti-matter, and searching for the influence of new particles in decays of B-hadrons involving tau-leptons.

For a summary of Will’s career, please see here.

For more on Will’s research, please see here.

For more on Will’s teaching, please see here.

william.barter@ed.ac.uk or william.barter@cern.ch

Address in Edinburgh:
School of Physics and Astronomy,
University of Edinburgh,
James Clerk Maxwell Building,
Peter Guthrie Tait Road,
EH9 3FD,
United Kingdom

Office @ Edinburgh:
JCMB 3415

Phone @ Edinburgh:
+44 (0) 1316 505 321

Office @ CERN:

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