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Elementary particle physics at lepton colliders

Prof. Dr. A. Frey

The b-quark sector offers manifold possibilities to probe important parameters the standard model, and may offer insights into the dominance of matter over antimatter in our Universe. Such precision measurements are possible at b-quark factories, like the Belle experiment at the KEK laboratory in Japan, in which we participate. (More information)

Elementary particle physics at hadron colliders

Dr. C. Hensel

With its unprecedented centre-of-mass energy of 7 TeV the LHC surpasses the man-made energy record of about 2 TeV held by the Tevatron accelerator until a year ago. This offers possibilities to search for new physics in the high energy regime. Our Emmy Noether young researcher group focuses on searches for supersymmetric new physics models, and global model parameter fits. (More information)

Ion Beam, Thin Film and Nuclear Solid State Physics

Prof. Dr. H. Hofsäss, Dr. U. Vetter, Dr. K. Zhang

Ion-beam techniques are indispensable today, whether they are employed in manufacturing new microelectronic modules, in the coating of surfaces, in manufacturing and analysis of materials, works of art, archaeological objects and biological samples or in medical therapy. (More information)

Brochure: Physics With Ion Beams

Elementary particle physics at hadron colliders

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Yvonne Peters (Helmholtz young investigator group at DESY)

High-energy elementary particle physics investigates what the world is made of, in particular focusing on the properties of elementary particles and the fundamental interactions between them. (More information)

Elementary particle physics at hadron colliders

Prof. Dr. A. Quadt

High-energy elementary particle physics investigates what the world is made of, in particular focusing on the properties of elementary particles and the fundamental interactions between them. This working group places a focus on the development of novel techniques in detector instrumentation, superconducting cavities, grid computing, and data analysis on the physics of top-quarks, Higgs bosons, searches for supersymmetry and Standard Model processes with the ATLAS experiment at the LHC and the D0 experiment at the Tevatron. (More information)

Theoretical particle physics / Collider phenomenology

Jun.-Prof. Dr. S. Schumann

Precision tests of the Standard Model of particle physics and searches for new physics rely on the confrontation of experimental measurements with theory predictions. Our group develops theoretical tools, called Monte Carlo event generators, that comprise our current understanding of elementary particle physics and bridge theory and experiment. Furthermore, we design stringent tests for the Standard Model and possible new physics hypotheses. (More information)

Elementary particle physics at hadron colliders

Prof. Dr. N.N. (Nachfolge Haller)

High-energy elementary particle physics investigates what the world is made of, in particular focusing on the properties of elementary particles and the fundamental interactions between them. (More information)

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