"The primary focus of our group is the theoretical study of dynamics and phenomena at high energies that are being tested in ongoing or planned experiments, such as those at the Large Hadron Collider, recent Flavoure experiments, and measurements of electric dipole moments. Using the mathematical language of quantum field theory, we investigate aspects of the Standard Model of particle physics and its extensions that can potentially shed light on unanswered questions in particle physics: Why is there more matter than antimatter in the universe (baryogenesis)? Does the discovered Higg particle match our expectations from the Standard Model or does New Physics hide in its interactions? If there are still undiscovered particles (dark matter, axions, Higg partners), what are their effects in measured observables and how can we maximize the chances of a possible discovery in experiment? In the group, we use effective field theories and higher-order perturbation calculations as tools to make precise predictions and correlate signals New Physics in multiple experimental fronts to find answers to these open questions."