## Projects (6)

Numerical approaches for two-loop amplitudes

Schulze, Markus, Dr. (Theoretical Physics / Phenomenology of Elementary Particles beyond the Standard Model)

Duration of Project: 11/2017 - 10/2019

Financer: DFG: SachbeihilfeThe project concerns developing a fully numerical approach to two-loop amplitudes in QCD. The method is expected to enable precision calculations which are currently unfeasible with conventional analytic solutions, but urgently required for LHC pheno ...

JRG/1: Exploring the Landscape of String Theory Flux Vacua Using Exceptional Field Theory

Malek, Emanuel, Dr. (Junior Research Groups)

Duration of Project: 08/2020 - 07/2023

Financer: DFG: NachwuchsgruppeString theory, our most-developed theory of quantum gravity, is only consistent in ten dimensions. Nonetheless, we can obtain insight into lower-dimensional physics by "compactifying" it, i.e. considering string theory on spaces where some dimensions ...

JRG/1: Exact Results in Extended Holography

van Tongeren, Stijn Jurrien, Dr. Ph.D. (Theoretical Physics / Mathematical Physics of Space, Time and Matter)

Duration of Project: 09/2018 - 08/2021

Financer: DFG: NachwuchsgruppeThe study of integrable models in the AdS/CFT correspondence has provided deep insights into string theory, the holographic principle, and the finite coupling behavior of quantum field theory. The proposed research group would aim to extend this appr ...

JRG/1: A Large Radio Detector for Neutrinos in the Antarctic Ice

Nelles, Anna, Dr. (Junior Research Groups)

Duration of Project: 03/2018 - 02/2021

Financer: DFG: NachwuchsgruppeAn efficient detector for neutrinos at energies between 10^16 and 10^20 eV will be the ultimate tool to unravel the origin of ultra-high energy cosmic rays (UHECRs). Despite decades of research, the sources of UHECRs remain elusive, mostly due to com ...

Kolleg Mathematik Physik Berlin

Kreimer, Dirk, Prof. (Theoretical Physics / Mathematical Physics)

Duration of Project: 01/2016 - 12/2020

The Kolleg Mathematik Physik Berlin is an interdisciplinary center at Humboldt University Berlin. Its community of research groups shares a mutual interest in Mathematics and Physics. Quantum field theory is their unifying theme, which connects to al ...

Neue Perspektiven in Stark Gekoppelten Systeme: Vorbereitung auf Quantensimulatoren

Banerjee, Debasish, Dr. (Theoretical Physics / Quantum Field Theory beyond the Standard Model and String Theory)

Duration of Project: 08/2018 - 11/2020

Financer: DFG: Eigene Stelle (Sachbeihilfe)