Brendon Bullard

Brendon Bullard

Graduate Student
Brendon Bullard
Brendon specializes in experimental particle physics, having worked on experiments including ATLAS, MicroBooNE, DUNE, and NEXT. He is a member of the Morii group and is primarily focused on the search for the Higgs decaying to two muons at ATLAS. This decay mode is the only one observable at the LHC that is sensitive to second generation yukawa couplings, making it a unique probe of new physics. Beyond analysis, Brendon works on muon performance and the New Small Wheel and ITk upgrades. He looks forward to the High Luminosity LHC era, where these upgrades will allow ATLAS to accumulate enough data for the first measurement of the dimuon Higgs decay.

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