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Theoretical Particle Physics & Collider Phenomenology

Research

Our group is active in the field of theoretical particle physics and in particular particle-physics phenomenology at high-energy colliders such as the LHC. We develop theoretical methods and tools to predict the outcome of collision experiments in the framework of the Standard Model or New Physics extensions of it. We design strategies to efficiently search for physics beyond the Standard Model. We are involved in the Sherpa Monte Carlo project, a multi-purpose event generator for the LHC.

Members of the group

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Steffen Schumann (principal investigator)

Dr. Jennifer Thompson (postdoctoral researcher)

Dr. Diogo Franzosi (postdoctoral researcher)

Danilo Paulikat (PhD student)

Enrico Bothmann (PhD student)

Piero Ferrarese (PhD student)

Stephan Bräuer (Master student)

Rene Poncelet (Master student)

Vincent Rothe (Master student)

Margret Westerkamp (Bachelor student)

Former members

Rene Poncelet (Bachelor & Master student, now PhD student RWTH Aachen)

Edgar Kellermann (Bachelor & Master student, now PhD student Uni Lund)

Dr. Erik Gerwick (postdoctoral researcher, now at Senacor Technologies)

Oskar Schnaack (Bachelor student)

Christian Gass (Bachelor student)

Timo Janssen (Bachelor student)

Benedikt Völkel (Bachelor student)

Fabian Schwarzendahl (Master student, now PhD student at MPI DS Göttingen)

Nathan Hartland (MCnetITN short term student, now PostDoc Oxford)

Benjamin Willenberg (Master student, now PhD student at ETH)

Artur Hahn (Bachelor student, now Uni Heidelberg)

Max Reyer (Bachelor student)

Julian Wollrath (Bachelor student, now Master Lai group)

Jannik Geisen (Bachelor student, now PhD Quadt group)

Silvan Kuttimalai (Master student, now PhD student IPPP Durham)

Vincent Rothe (Bachelor student)

Tobias Binder (Bachelor student, now PhD Covi group)

Robert Czechowski (Bachelor student)

Publications

A complete list of publications from members of the phenomenology group can be found here.

Talks

A selection of conference and workshop contributions from members of the group.

Open positions and theses topics

Our group is always looking for new members. We offer bachelor/master/diploma as well as PhD theses. Please contact the group leader Jun.-Prof. Dr. Steffen Schumann for further information.

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