Jordy de Vries Research Summary

My research is focused on nuclear and high-energy phenomenology, and in particular the interplay of these fields. I work on low-energy precision tests and searches for beyond-the-Standard Model physics such as electric dipole moments, dark matter direct detection, hadronic parity violation, and neutrinoless double beta decay. I study the the hadronic and nuclear aspects of these searches and the connection to lattice QCD, as well as the associated particle physics phenomenology and sometimes the implications for cosmology. I am particularly interested in how high-energy collider and low-energy precision experiments complement each other.
My research is heavily based on effective field theory (EFT) such as chiral perturbation theory, EFTs of nuclear forces, and the Standard Model EFT.

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de Vries papers