Juan Manuel Cruz Martinez, PhD

Fig. 1: Physicist having a relaxing cup of café con leche.

I am currently a CERN fellow in the Theory group. Previously I've worked at the Department of Physics of the University of Milan, as part of the N3PDF team. I did my PhD at Durham University.

My main research interests are developing new computing tools for high precision calculations and the theory of strong interactions: state-of-the-art calculations for higher order precision calculations as well as modelling the partonic content of the parton.

In my spare time you can usually find me coding, reading, watching anime, playing videogames, going places, swimming or, more often than not, having some kind of existencial crisis as I try to keep a balanced work-life equilibrium.

You can contact me by mail, twitter or messenger pigeon.