Seminar Series

Summer Term 2023


Date Speaker Title Abstract/pdf-file time and place
19.04.2023 Jörg Jäckel, Universität Heidelberg Dark Matter Axions and ALPs in the Lab, in Theory and in the Sky  abstract HS I, 16ct
03.05.2023 Suchita Kulkarni, University of Graz Testing new physics in the neutrino sector   HS I, 16ct
24.05.2023 Magnus Mager, CERN The ALICE Vertex Detector (ITS3) for LS3 abstract HS I, 16ct

Physicists in industry


Evelyn Moser, ENBW Energie

Philipp Jörg,

Einblicke in die Aufgaben eines Data Scientist in der Energiewirtschaft

Schlüsseltechnologie am Herzschlag der Digitalisierung

  HS I, 16ct
14.06.2023 Giampiero Passarino, INFN LHC physics analysed and interpreted in the framework of Effective Field Theories   HS I, 16ct
21.06.2023 Tomas Jezo, Universität Münster  t.b.c. Monte-Carlo event generators and latest developments in modelling of top-quark processes   HS I, 16ct

Student talks:
Naman Kumar Bhalla

Ilia Kalaitzidou

t.b.a.   HS I, 16 ct


Ayres Freitas, University of Pittsburgh

 Electroweak Precision Physics, Teil I   HS I, 14 - 16


Ayres Freitas,University of Pittsburgh

 Electroweak Precision Physics, Teil II   HS I, 10 - 12
05.07.2023 David Berge, DESY Zeuthen Status and Prospects of CTA, also in view of dark matter   HS I, 16ct


Ayres Freitas, University of Pittsburgh

 Electroweak Precision Physics, Teil III   HS I, 16 - 18
19.07.2023 Rafaela Hillerbrand, KIT t.b.a.   HS I, 16ct



Winter Term 2022/2023


Date Speaker Title Abstract/pdf-file time and place
02.11.2022 Joachim Kopp, CERN / Mainz
Sterile neutrinos and their implications for new physics
slides in ILIAS HS I, 16ct
09.11.2022 Ulrich Uwer, Heidelberg University Searching for New Phenomena at 30 MHz: The Real-Time Analysis Project of LHCb slides in ILIAS HS I, 16ct
07.12.2022 Andre Hoang, University of Vienna
Renormalons in High-Precision Predictions
slides in ILIAS HS I, 16ct

Student talks



Oleksandr Burlayenko


Robin Glade-Beucke

Measurement of Top-Quark Pair Spin Correlation in the Lepton + Jets Channel Using the ATLAS Experiment​ 
XENONnT - Writing photons to disk
  HS I, 16ct
11.01.2023 Kilian Schwarz, DESY
PUNCH4NFDI: what can it do for you
slides in ILIAS HS I, 16ct
18.11.2023 Helmut Burkhardt
The High Luminosity LHC: Challenges and Status
  HS I, 16ct
25.01.2023 Noam Tal Hod, Weizmann Institute of Science
Bitte geänderte Anfangszeiten beachten:
The LUXE experiment and its NPOD extension (new physics searches at optical dump)
abstract HS I, 12 ct
08.02.2023  Stefan Gieseke, KIT
  HS I, 16ct



Summer Term 2022


Date Speaker Title Abstract/pdf-file time and place
04.05.2022 Malgorzata Worek, Aachen
Theoretical Aspects of Top-Quark Physics at the LHC
abstract, ILIAS HS I, 16ct
25.05.2022 Kathrin Valerius, KIT Results from the KATRIN Experiment abstract, slides 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 HS I, 16ct
01.06.2022 Maarten Boonekamp, Mainz Recent progress in electroweak physics at Hadron Colliders  ILIAS HS I, 16ct

Special seminar


Ulrich Haisch, München Seminar on LHC Dark Matter searches   HS II, 10 st
22.06.2022 Matthias Steinhauser, KIT Running couplings and masses  ILIAS HS I, 16ct
29.06.2022 Lasha Berezhiani, MPI München Dark matter superfluidity and galactic dynamics abstract

HS I, 16ct


Student talks

Julian Bollig:
The impact of bound states on non-thermal dark matter production

Dimbinaia Rafanoharana:
Measurement of the top-quark mass in the ttbar → lepton+jets channel using the template method with the ATLAS detector

  HS I, 16ct



Postponed to next semester

Alexander Karlberg, Oxford

Parton showers for the precision era of the LHC abstract SR GMH, 17ct

Physicists in Industry


Michael Köhler (Siemens Healthineers)


cancelled: Evelyn Moser (EnBW Energie) 

MRT-Development with Siemens (t.b.c.)



slides M. Köhler

password protected


HS I, 16ct

Special seminar:

Clare Burrage, Nottingham

Testing dark energy: from cosmology to the laboratory  slides HS I, 16ct






Past Seminar Series  (Summer 2015 - Winter 2021/2022)



Spyros Argyropoulos

Dr. Spyridon Argyropoulos
Tel. 203-54143
Email  spyros.argyropoulos AT cern.ch

Prof. Dr. Gregor Herten 

Prof. Dr. Gregor Herten
Tel. 203-5757
Email   herten AT uni-freiburg.de


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