Interne Seminare WS 19/20

Di. 01.10.2019 14:00 (Glassbox MBP1)

Annika Reinert (Bonn University)

Dark photons and plasma effects


Mo. 07.10.2019 10:00 (MBP1 015)

3 Master Thesis Presentations:

10:00: Jasmina Nasufi (RWTH)
Beam functions in transverse momentum factorisation
10:40: Marco Niggetiedt (RWTH)
Quark mass effects in Higgs boson processes
11:20: Marcel Wald (RWTH)
Top-quark pair production in electron-positron collisions


Di. 08.10.2019 10:15 (MBP1 026)

Master Thesis Presentation:

Markus Schmidt (RWTH)
The Fermi Bubbles within a Stochastic Differential Equation Approach


Mi. 16.10.2019 11:00 (26C 402)

Master Thesis Presentation:

Lucius Bsuhnaq (RWTH)
Calculational methods in the Gradient Flow Formalism


Do. 17.10.2019 14:00 (26C 402)

Master Thesis Midterm Presentation:

Thorben Finke (RWTH)
Deep neural networks for new physics searches at the LHC


Do. 17.10.2019 14:45 (26C 402)

Master Thesis Presentation:

Fabian Esser (RWTH)
Effects of higher-dimensional operators to the Higgs sector in a split-SUSY model


Di. 29.10.2019 10:15 (MBP110)

Master Thesis Midterm Presentation:

Juliana Carrasco (RWTH)
Long-lived particles in strongly interacting dark sectors


Mi. 30.10.2019 10:00 (26C 402)

Master Thesis Midterm Presentation:

Raphael Seidel (RWTH)
Feynman Rules with massive and massless spinor-helicity variables


Di. 12.11.2019 11:00 (26C 402)

Master Thesis Presentation:

Pattara Angkinun (RWTH)
Reinterpretation of Supersymmetry Searches in a Simplified Flavor Violation Model


Do. 05.12.2019 10:00 (26C 401)

Master Thesis Midterm Presentation:

Jonas Rongen (RWTH)
Scalar QCD/QED in the gradient flow formalism


Mi. 11.12.2019 11:00 (MBP1 026)

Master Thesis Presentation:

Marc Klinger (RWTH)
Blazar variability in the context of magnetic reconnection and the plasmoid instability


Di. 14.01.2020 9:15 (MBP1 026)

Master Thesis Midterm Presentation:

Parth Bhargava (RWTH)
Beyond the single-stream treatment of cosmological structure formation with the Schrödinger Method

The Schrödinger method (ScM) for large scale structure formation is a phase-space based description of collisionless Cold Dark Matter (CDM). It involves modelling the dynamics of dark matter with the Vlasov - Poisson equation. So far it has been only applied to CDM, i.e. with a single phase-space sheet where it is able to resolve the shell-crossing singularity. The topic of my mid-term talk is to discuss how one can also model cosmological initial conditions with a finite velocity dispersion within ScM. I shall motivate the necessary theory and show some results with warm initial conditions which can be used to model Warm Dark Matter (WDM) and neutrinos.


Mi. 12.02.2020 11:00 (26C 402)

Bachelor Thesis Presentation:

Nils Felten (RWTH)
Die Entwicklung des Higgs-Mechanismus