Current MPA Fellows


Alexander Basan

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Research interests: Experimental Particle Physics
Research group: ETAP, Prof. Dr. Lucia Masetti


Patrick Deucher

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Research interests: Neutrino Physics, SHiP Experiment (SBT): Development of novel Scintillators and wavelength-shifting Materials for low-background Particle Experiments
Research group: ETAP, Prof. Dr. Michael Wurm


Nataniel Figueroa Leigh

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Research interests: Dark Matter, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Research group: Prof. Dr. Dmitri Budker, HIM


Marius Köppel

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Research interests: FPGA based data acquisition systems, silicon pixel detectors, lepton flavor violation
Research group: Mu3e collaboration, Prof. Dr. Niklaus Berger


Sascha Kromin

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Research interests: Theoretical particle physics, numerical loop calculations, loop-tree duality
Research group: THEP, Prof. Dr. Stefan Weinzierl


Simone Salvatore Li Muli

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Research interests: Nuclear structure, muonic atoms and precision physics
Research group: Prof. Dr. Sonia Bacca


Bianka Mecaj

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Research interests: Soft Collinear Effective Field Theory, Factorization Theorems, Glauber Gluons
Research group: THEP, Prof. Dr. Matthias Neubert


Nicklas Ramberg

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Research interests: : Beyond standard model physics, Dark matter, early universe cosmology gravitational wave and collider signatures in BSM/Early universe Cosmology
Research group: THEP, Prof. Dr. Pedro Schwaller


Christiane Scherb

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Research interests: BSM phenomenology, collider physics and dark matter
Research group: THEP, Prof. Dr. Pedro Schwaller


Marvin Schnubel

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Research interests: Soft Collinear Effective Theory, Factorisation Theorems, Axion-Like Particles and Flavour Violation
Research group: THEP, Prof. Dr. Matthias Neubert


Jan Weldert

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Research interests: Neutrino and astroparticle physics
Research group: ETAP, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Böser


Noah Yazdandoost

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Research interests: Ultracold Neutrons, neutron electric dipole moment, neutron lifetime
Research group: Prof. Dr. Dieter Ries