## Career

**2013-:**University Lecturer, Reader, then Professor, DAMTP, University of Cambridge**2015-:**Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge**2014-****2015:**Bye-Fellow, Christ's College, Cambridge**2011-2013:**Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland**2008-2011:**Theory Postdoctoral Fellow, Jefferson Lab, USA**2004-2008:**D.Phil. in Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford

## Teaching

- See my teaching webpage.

## Research

Christopher is a member of the High Energy Physics research group in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. His current research interests include lattice QCD, hadronic physics and strong interaction phenomenology. He is part of the Hadron Spectrum Collaboration, an international collaboration of lattice theorists investigating the spectroscopy and properties of hadrons using lattice QCD.

Information on publications is available on INSPIRE-HEP:

## Publications

Charmonium $χ_{c0}$ and $χ_{c2}$ resonances in coupled-channel
scattering from lattice QCD

(2023)

Scalar and tensor charmonium resonances in coupled-channel scattering
from QCD

(2023)

Isospin-1/2 $Dπ$ scattering and the lightest $D_0^\ast$ resonance from lattice QCD

– Journal of High Energy Physics

(2021)

2021,

123

(doi: 10.1007/jhep07(2021)123)

Decays of an exotic $1^{-+}$ hybrid meson resonance in QCD

– Physical Review D

(2021)

103,

054502

(doi: 10.48550/arxiv.2009.10034)

$DK$ $I=0,$ $D\bar{K}$ $I=0,1$ scattering and the $D_{s0}^\ast(2317)$ from lattice QCD

– Journal of High Energy Physics

(2021)

2021,

100

(doi: 10.1007/JHEP02(2021)100)

The energy-dependent $\pi^+ \pi^+ \pi^+$ scattering amplitude from QCD

– Physical Review Letters

(2021)

126,

012001

The $XYZ$ states: experimental and theoretical status and perspectives

– Physics Reports

(2020)

873,

1

The $b_1$ resonance in coupled $\pi\omega$, $\pi\phi$ scattering from lattice QCD

– Physical Review D

(2019)

100,

054506

(doi: 10.48550/arxiv.1904.04136)

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