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A blog of physics, mathematics, programming and photography...

- Andrew J. Bennieston
- I am a Particle Physics Ph.D. student at the University of Warwick. My research focuses on track reconstruction algorithms for fine-grained tracking detectors, with a particular emphasis on neutrino physics. My other interests include swimming, surfing, photography, cooking, programming, and using the Oxford comma.

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