Summer term 2023:
* Master of Science Physics, modules 731, 731a, 732 * * Master of Astrophysics module PHY-765 *
In the last 150 years, thanks to the rapid development of new detection methods as well as swift progress in theoretical physics, our understanding of the Universe has changed dramatically. In this lecture we discuss the topics at the forefront of modern astroparticle physics: a discipline joining the microscopic world of particle physics with the macroscopic astrophysical sources. What causes the most powerful explosions observed in our Universe? Can they be the sources of the highest energy cosmic particles arriving from space? How do matter and radiation behave in the extreme conditions needed for their production? This lecture will give you state-of-the-art answers to these questions. You will learn about the different cosmic messengers: photons, cosmic rays, neutrinos, gravitational waves and how we detect them. You will discover the processes responsible for their production in cosmic sources and the theories we employ to explain them.
- L / Monday 12:15 - 13:45 / Golm, Bldg. 28, Room 2.28.2.011
- S / Tuesday 12:15 - 13:45 / Golm, Bldg. 28, Room 2.28.2.011
Summer term 2023:
Recent results in theoretical Astroparticle Physics: This seminar leads to the current frontier of research in theoretical astroparticle physics, represented by presentations on selected recent results.
- S / Monday 14:15 - 15:45 / Golm, Bldg. 28, Room 2.28.2.080
* Master of Science Physics, module 941 * * Master of Science Astrophysics, module PHY-941 *
Research projects for Master students (by arrangement)
- Introductory project Astrophysics: The students select an upper-level seminar and an introductory project in the same topic area. The topic of the introductory project generally corresponds to their specialization area for their Masters thesis. * Master of Science Physics, modules 941, PHY941 * * Master of Science Astrophysics, module PHY-941 *
- Research training Astrophysics: The students carry out a supervised independent study and a guided lab in the field of the Master´s thesis. The supervision and guidance are provided in regular consultations with the supervisor(s). > Friday 12:00 - 14:00 / Golm, Bldg. 28, Room 2.28.1.024 * Master of Science Physics, modules 942, PHY942 * * Master of Science Astrophysics, module PHY-942 *
We offer topics for Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D. theses in Theoretical Astroparticle Physics.
Please contact Martin Pohl at office 2.114, house 28, Potsdam-Golm .
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