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


PhD theses:


No positions currently available


Completed theses:

Ouraman Hajizadeh, QCD-like theories on the lattice and their applications

Walid Mian, Beta-decay of hadrons in a first principle approach

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

Pascal Törek, The physical spectrum of theories with a Brout-Englert-Higgs effect


Master theses are available in the following areas:


Precision measurements at the LHC and future linear colliders (Numerical and analytic projects)

Structure and pheneomenology of supersymmetric theories (Numerical projects)

Geometric and analytical structure of gauge theories (Numerical projects)

Quantum gravity (Numerical projects)

Phenomenology and model-building of grand-unified theories (Numerical and analytic projects)

Strongly-interacting dark matter (Numerical and analytic projects)


Completed theses:

Daniel August, Adjoint quarks in technicolor and QCD

Larissa Egger, Possible substructure of an electron

Simon Fernbach, Higgs-PDF study in proton-proton collisions

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

Dominik Nitz, Masses of custodial singlet vector particles in Yang-Mills-Higgs theory

Eveline Ochensberger, Towards dark matter through the Higgs portal

Sebastian Raubitzek, The size of the W-boson

Bernd Riederer, Scattering phases in the H->WW* channel

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 available on the following topics:


Gauge-fixing as a global optimization problem (Numerical projects)

Geodesics in quantum space-time (Numerical projects)

Precision measurements at the LHC and future linear colliders (Numerical projects)


Completed theses:

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

Michael Müller, Optimization of SU(2) Landau Gauge-Fixing Algorithms

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

Lukas Reicht, Using machine learning for BSM particle identification

Franziska Reiner, The form of the Higgs-PDF in the proton

Fabian Veider, Dynamics of the Higgs in the proton

Raphael Wagner, Using machine learning for BSM particle identification

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) Yang-Mills theory