Fabrizio Caola obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Milan in 2011. He was then a post-doc at Johns Hopkins University and a CERN Fellow, before moving to Durham University where he is now a lecturer in the Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology. He also spent some time at Fermilab as a Fulbright Visiting Research Fellow and in the Institute for Theoretical Particle Physics of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology as a visiting scientist. His work mostly focuses on QCD and collider phenomenology. Currently, his main interest lies in developing the quantum field theory techniques needed to obtain high precision predictions for key collider processes, and in their application for state-of-the-art phenomenology at the LHC. In 2016, he was awarded the Martin and Beate Block award from the Aspen Center for Physics and the Guido Altarelli Prize ”for seminal contributions to deep-inelastic scattering and perturbative QCD which have spurred new experimental measurements and new theoretical insights in the physics of fundamental interactions”.