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Open theses

We offer theses in all areas of our research, and give some examples below

 

PhD theses:

 

Currently no open positions

 

Completed theses:

Tajdar Mufti, Non-perturbative aspects of Yang-Mills-Higgs theory

 

Master theses are available e.g. in the following topics:

 

Supersymmetry on the lattice

The size of the Higgs boson

The structure of the W and Z bosons

Precision calculations in electroweak and flavor physics and new experimental signals

Particle spectra beyond the standard model

Influence of the geometrical structure of gauge theories on interactions

Analyticity properties of the functional renormalization group

Quarks and gluons in a neutron star

 

Completed theses:

Daniel August, Adjoint quarks in technicolor and QCD

Larissa Egger, Possible substructure of an electron

Veronika Macher, Adjoint and fundamental scalar fields coupled to Landau-gauge Yang-Mills theory

Wolfgang Schleifenbaum, The ghost-gluon vertex in Landau gauge Yang-Mills theory in four and three dimensions

Stefan Zitz, Functional approach to N=4 super-Yang-Mills theory

 

Bachelor theses are e.g. available in the following topics:

 

Identifying new particles beyond the standard model in simulations

Analytic investigations of symmetries

Classification problems in particle physics simulations using learning techniques

 

Completed theses:

Michael Mandl, Search for Gribov copies using a modified instanton configuration

Daniel Reiche, Influence of Higgs bound states on W/Z scattering at the LHC (in German)

Alicia Wongel, Investigation of a dark matter particle in the Higgs portal model

Fabian Zierler, Search for Gribov copies outside the first Gribov region in SU (2)