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Experimental Astroparticle Physics — Teaching

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If you are interested in doing your Bachelor, Master, or Ph.D. thesis with us, get in contact with Dr. Kathrin Egberts or drop by in our offices 2.131 and 2.134 in building 28. Research areas for theses are:

  • Galactic sources and diffuse emission in the Milky Way
  • Development of advanced analysis techniques
  • Talk with us about your own ideas!
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Photo: DESY/Torsten Saffier

Research for Master students (by arrangement)

  • Introductory Project of Astroparticle Physics: Introduction to the methods of Astroparticle Physics,  in conjunction with a seminar presentation in one of the offered advanced seminars       

* Master of Physics module 941 *                                                                                                                   * Master of Astrophysics module PHY-941 *

  • Research training of Astroparticle Physics: Introduction to a research project in the field of Astroparticle Physics, as preparation for a master thesis  

* Master of Physics module 942 *                                                                                                                   * Master of Astrophysics module PHY-942 *

Photo: DESY/Torsten Saffier
Photo: DESY/Torsten Saffier


Winter term 2017/18:

Experimental Astroparticle Physics:  Research seminar - Master students, Doctoral students and PostDocs present and critically discuss their own and external work and recent research in experimental astroparticle physics. 

  • Friday, 13:00 - 14:30,  at DESY Zeuthen

* Master of Physics modules 731, 732, 941 *                                                                                         * Master of Astrophysics module PHY-941 *

Photo: DESY/Torsten Saffier
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Winter term 2017/18: 

Particle Physics: Huge facilities, like the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, aim at revealing the innermost structures of matter and the fundamental forces acting on these elementary constituents. Over the past decades the standard model of particle physics has evolved from their findings, and its standard model and discuss some of the experimental methods used to detect and study elementary particles and their interactions. Finally, an outlook to phenomena and theory beyond the standard model of particle physics will be given.

* Master of Physics modules 731, 732 *                                                                                                       * Master of Astrophysics module PHY-765 * 

  • Monday 12:15-13:45 / Golm, building 28, room
  • Thursday 12:15-13:45 / Golm, building 28, room => exercises 14 daily just CW

Previous terms:   

  • Summer term 2017: Astroparticle Physics
  • Winter term 2016/17: Particle Physics
  • Summer term 2016: Experimentelle Astroteilchenphysik
  • Summer term 2015: Gammaastronomie
  • Winter term 2014/15: Astroteilchenphysik
  • Summer term 2014: Particle Detectors
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