Theoretical Astroparticle Physics
Astroparticle physics is the union of elementary particle physics with cosmology and astrophysics. We search for new fundamental physics and try to understand our Universe by investigating the interplay of physics at the very smallest and very largest length scales.
The group in Theoretical Astroparticle Physics at IKP considers various aspects of neutrino physics as well as the problem of Dark Matter in the Universe. We work mostly on the phenomenology of theoretical models and the interpretation of data.
Currently we offer master theses on the topic "Dark Matter" in our group. If you are interested please contact Prof. Thomas Schwetz-Mangold.