Associate Professor of Physics, University of Melbourne
Martin Sevior works in the field of Experimental Particle Physics and performs experiments with the world's highest intensity and energy particle accelerators in Japan and at CERN in Switzerland. He employs these to investigate the cause of the Universal Matter-AntiMatter asymmetry (at the KEK lab in Japan) and the origin of mass at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland. Both experiments probe conditions that last existed less than 1 billionth of a second after the Big Bang.
He is also very interested in software, large scale computing and machine learning to perform sophisticated data analysis. He talks about how he combines his Physics interests with software and computing in a University of Melbourne podcast.
Jul 10, 2019 06:47 am UTC| Insights & Views
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