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The Standard Model of particle physics has been one of the most successful theories of all time, culminating in the recent discovery of the Higgs boson. However, it has missing pieces: it accounts for neither the dark matter which dominates the universe's matter content, nor the baryon asymmetry which explains the observed abundance of visible matter. I work on building and understanding models of dark matter and/or baryogenesis, focusing on theories with implications at and below the electroweak scale for a wide range of different high-energy, low-energy, and astrophysical experiments. I am also interested in models where the dynamics of dark matter and baryogenesis are related to one another, such as models of asymmetric dark matter, baryogenesis via interactions with dark matter, and baryogenesis through neutrino oscillations with connections to sterile neutrino dark matter.

In the coming years, it is also important to consider how to maximize the sensitivity of current and planned experiments to physics beyond the Standard Model. This includes looking for physics that is challenging to see at the LHC, either because of large Standard Model backgrounds, or because the experiments are not optimally configured for such signatures. Examples I've worked on and am continuing to study include using properties of jets to enhance sensitivity to hadronic resonances, both in the strongly boosted and resolved regimes, as well as electroweak production of new particles decaying to tau leptons, jets, or invisible states. Thorough surveys of such examples of new physics are important to ensure that collider experiments maximally probe models of physics around the electroweak scale, and determining gaps in LHC coverage provides motivation for a cleaner collider environment, such as a linear collider.

- Eder Izaguirre, Brian Shuve, "Multilepton and Lepton Jet Probes of Sub-Weak-Scale Right-Handed Neutrinos", Phys.Rev. D91 (2015) 9, 093010, arXiv: 1504.02470.
- Yanou Cui, Brian Shuve, "Probing Baryogenesis with Displaced Vertices at the LHC", JHEP 1502 (2015) 049, arXiv: 1409.6729.
- Eder Izaguirre, Brian Shuve, Itay Yavin, "Improving Identification of Dijet Resonances at Hadron Colliders", Phys.Rev.Lett. 114 (2015) 4, 041802, arXiv: 1407.7037.
- Eder Izaguirre, Gordan Krnjaic, Brian Shuve, "Bottom-Up Approach to the Galactic Center Excess", Phys. Rev. D90 (2014) 055002, arXiv: 1404.2018.
- Brian Shuve, Itay Yavin, "A Dark Matter Progenitor: Light Vector Boson Decay into (Sterile) Neutrinos", Phys. Rev. D89 (2014) 113004, arXiv: 1403.2727.
- Brian Shuve, Itay Yavin, "Baryogenesis through Neutrino Oscillations: A Unified Perspective", Phys. Rev. D89 (2014) 075014, arXiv: 1401.2459.
- Jia Liu, Brian Shuve, Neal Weiner, Itay Yavin, "Looking for new charged states at the LHC: Signatures of Magnetic and Rayleigh Dark Matter", JHEP 1307 (2013) 144, arXiv: 1303.4404.
- David Curtin, Rouven Essig, Brian Shuve, "Boosted Multijet Resonances and New Color-Flow Variables", Phys. Rev. D88 (2013) 034019, arXiv: 1210.5523.
- Eder Izaguirre, Gordan Krnjaic, Brian Shuve, "Discovering Inelastic Thermal-Relic Dark Matter at Colliders", arXiv: 1508.03050.
- D. Adams et al., "Towards an Understanding of the Correlations in Jet Substructure", accepted for publication in EPJC, arXiv: 1504.00679.
- S. Alekhin et al., "A facility to Search for Hidden Particles at the CERN SPS: the SHiP physics case", arXiv: 1504.04855.

- "The LHC as a Probe of Baryogenesis", CERN.
- "The LHC as a Probe of Baryogenesis", Anticipating 14 TeV Workshop, Munich Institute for Astroparticle and Particle Physics.
- "Probing Lepton Number Violation at the LHC", International Workshop on Baryon and Lepton Number Violation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
- "The LHC as a Probe of Baryogenesis", University of Victoria.
- "Not-so-sterile Neutrinos and New Leptonic Interactions", TRIUMF National Laboratory.
- "The LHC as a Probe of Baryogenesis", University of Washington.
- "Not-so-sterile Neutrinos and New Leptonic Interactions", University of Washington.
- "Sterile Neutrino Dark Matter and New Light Mediators", Dark Matter: Astrophysical Probes, Laboratory Tests, and Theory, Munich Institute for Astroparticle and Particle Physics.
- "Not-so-sterile Neutrinos and New Leptonic Interactions", University of Michigan.
- "Improving Identification of Dijet Resonances at Colliders", UC Santa Barbara.
- "Baryogenesis through Neutrino Oscillations", Invisibles European Initial Training Network (online seminar).
- "Dark Matter and Dark Forces at B Factories", BaBar Collaboration Meeting, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.
- "Improving Identification of Dijet Resonances at Colliders", SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.
- "Improving Identification of Dijet Resonances at Colliders", University of Toronto.
- "Not-so-sterile Neutrinos and New Leptonic Interactions", UC Davis.
- "Not-so-sterile Neutrinos and New Leptonic Interactions", UC Santa Cruz.
- "Not-so-sterile Neutrinos and New Leptonic Interactions", joint Princeton University/New York University seminar.
- "Improving Identification of Dijet Resonances at Colliders", Rutgers University.
- "Not-so-sterile Neutrinos and New, Light Forces", Theoretical Perspectives on New Physics at the Intensity Frontier Workshop, University of Victoria.
- "Baryogenesis and Displaced Vertices at the LHC", New Phenomena at the Upgraded LHC Workshop, TRIUMF National Laboratory.
- "Shedding New Light on Sterile Neutrinos", Canadian Association of Physicists Congress, Laurentian University.
- "Baryogenesis through Neutrino Oscillations", Particlegenesis Workshop, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, UC Santa Barbara.
- "Shedding New Light on Sterile Neutrinos", UCLA.
- "Shedding New Light on Sterile Neutrinos", McGill University.
- "Sterile Neutrino Dark Matter", Dark Side of Gravity Workshop.
- PIRSA:15040024, Explorations in Particle Theory-15, 2015-04-24, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040023, Explorations in Particle Theory-14, 2015-04-23, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040022, Explorations in Particle Theory-13, 2015-04-22, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040021, Explorations in Particle Theory-12, 2015-04-21, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040020, Explorations in Particle Theory-11, 2015-04-20, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040017, Explorations in Particle Theory-10, 2015-04-17, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040016, Explorations in Particle Theory-9, 2015-04-16, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040015, Explorations in Particle Theory-8, 2015-04-15, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040014, Explorations in Particle Theory-7, 2015-04-14, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040013, Explorations in Particle Theory-6, 2015-04-13, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040010, Explorations in Particle Theory-5, 2015-04-10, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040009, Explorations in Particle Theory-4, 2015-04-09, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040008, Explorations in Particle Theory-3, 2015-04-08, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040007, Explorations in Particle Theory-2, 2015-04-07, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:15040006, Explorations in Particle Theory-1, 2015-04-06, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14110175, Particle Physics Group Meeting, 2014-11-21, Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14040071, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 14, 2014-04-25, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14040070, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 13, 2014-04-24, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14040069, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 12, 2014-04-23, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14040068, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 11, 2014-04-22, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14040016, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 10, 2014-04-21, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14030058, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 9, 2014-04-17, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14030055, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 8, 2014-04-16, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14030054, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 7, 2014-04-15, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14030053, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 6, 2014-04-14, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14030048, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 5, 2014-04-11, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14030047, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 4, 2014-04-10, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14030046, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 3, 2014-04-09, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14030045, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 2, 2014-04-08, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:14030044, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory - Lecture 1, 2014-04-07, 13/14 PSI - Explorations in Particle Theory
- PIRSA:13020145, Closing Summary Talks, 2013-02-23, Applications of Jet Substructure 2013
- PIRSA:13010104, Boosted Multijet Resonances and New Color-Flow Variables, 2013-01-15, Particle Physics
- PIRSA:11110060, A WIMPy Baryogenesis Miracle, 2011-11-15, Particle Physics

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