Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name

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Sophia Borowka

is a postdoctoral fellow at University of Zurich, Switzerland. Current research interests involve virtual QCD predictions beyond one-loop, centering around the Higgs boson(s) (SM and BSM), as well as a different techniques to calculate difficult integrals of several mass scales.

Radja Boughezal

is an Associate Staff Scientist at Argonne National Laboratory. Her recent research focuses on the precise understanding of QCD effects in electroweak observables as well as in jet processes. home page

Lance Dixon

is a Professor at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. He is currently interested in multi-loop QCD amplitudes for LHC collider processes, as well as insight into the structure of these amplitudes that can be gleaned from studying amplitudes in N=4 super-Yang-Mills theory. home page

Johannes Henn

is a Professor at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany. His research interests include scattering amplitudes in QCD and supersymmetric gauge theories, and in particular the analytic structure of multi-loop and multi-leg Feynman integrals.


Fred Olness

is a Professor at SMU in Dallas Texas. Currently interested in Standard Model processes including PDFs, Heavy Quark production, and related processes. home page

Frank Petriello

is a Professor at Northwestern University, and a Staff Scientist at Argonne National Laboratory. He pursues a research program in precision QCD in order to improve Standard Model predictions for important hadron collider observables and their backgrounds. home page

Dave Soper

is a Professor at the University of Oregon. His current research mainly concerns improving the approximations used in parton shower event generators. He is also working on the "shower deconstruction" method for separating signals from background in LHC physics.

Doreen Wackeroth

is a Professor at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Her research focus is on providing precise predictions for Standard Model processes at the LHC involving W, Z and Higgs bosons and heavy quarks by including electroweak and QCD corrections and their implementation in Monte Carlo programs. home page

Bryan Webber

is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Cambridge, UK. His current interests include improving parton showers and their matching to fixed-order matrix elements, hadronization models and quark-gluon jet discrimination. Home page

Yang Zhang

is a Swiss SNSF Ambizione fellow at ETH Zurich. Current research interest is to apply new mathematica methods, like computational algebraic geometry and number theory, for the calculation and deep understanding of multi-loop QCD/gauge theory amplitudes.