Professor

Prof. Dr. Elisa Resconi

Since 2019 I am TUM Liesel Beckmann Distinguished Professors and chair of  Experimental Physics with Cosmic Particles. 

My focus is on neutrino astronomy which is subdivided over two main areas: particle physics (oscillation experiments, neutrino mass ordering, atmospheric neutrino modelling) and astrophysics (cosmic accelerators as blazars, pulsar wind nebulae etc). The research group is working on data analysis, statistical methods, combination of astronomical data and development of calibration sensors.

Until 2010, I have been head of an Emmy Noether research group based at the Max-Planck-Institute für Kernphysik in Heidelberg and before Marie Curie fellow in DESY-Zeuthen

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Postdocs

Dr. Ph.D. Hans Niederhausen

Member since October 2018.

Research Interest:

  • Searches for astrophysical sources and source populations of high energy neutrinos
  • Multi-messenger high energy astrophysics
  • Measurements of the diffuse flux of astrophysical neutrinos
  • Development of statistical and machine-learning methods for the above applications

 

Phone: 089/289 12464 Room: PH I 2131

Dr. Christian Fruck

Member since October 2017.

Research Interest:

  • Searching for the origin of Cosmic Rays by combining gamma-ray instruments (MAGIC) and IceCube
  • Studying extended astrophysical sources of gamma-radiation and neutrinos by developing new software tools
  • Developing instrumentation for optical calibration and future experiments (STRAW, IceCube Gen2)

Phone: 089/289 12477

Room: PH I 2014

Dr. Martin Wolf

Member since March 2018.

Research Interest:

  • Dark Matter searches with IceCube
  • UHECR: Identifying the sources
  • Big Data High Performance Computing and Machine Learning, Computing Clusters

Phone: 089/289 12477

Room: PH I 2014

Dr. Christian Haack

Member since March 2020.
 

Dr. Andrea Turcati

Member since March 2015.

Research Interests:

  • Multi-Messenger Astronomy
  • AGN Outbursts as Neutrino Sources
  • Combining Gamma-Ray, Neutrino and Cosmic Ray Observations

Dr. Matthias Huber

Member since July 2016. 

Research Interest:

  • Development of tools for the calculation of atmospheric neutrino fluxes
  • Astrophysical neutrino flux from Blazars

Dr. Theo Glauch

Member since June 2017

Research Interests:

  • Multi-Messenger Astronomy and Neutrino Point-Source Searches
  • Neural Networks and Deep Learning in (Astro-)Particle Physics Applications
  • Development of New Statistical Analysis Methods
  • Modelling of Blazar Fluxes

PhD Students

Contact Information:

Physik-Department TU Munich
Experimental Physics with Cosmic Particles
James-Franck-Str. 1,
85748 Garching 
Tel: +49 89 289 12 565

Immacolata Carmen Rea

Member since March 2017

Research Interests:

  • Development of an optical module for neutrino telescope calibration (POCAM)

Stephan Meighen-Berger

PhD candidate since  Januar 2018

Research Interests:

  • Particle Interactions
  • Neutrino Physics
  • Atmospheric Particle Cascades
  • Model Building

Felix Henningsen

PhD candidate since September 2018

Research Interests:

  • R&D and calibration for a new neutrino telescope hardware (STRAW, IceCube Gen-2)

Martina Karl

Member since June 2018

Research Interests:

  • Bayesian Analysis
  • Multimessenger Astronomy and Astrophysical Neutrino Sources

Martin Ha Minh

Member since Dezember 2018

Research Interests:

  • Global Analysis combining IceCube Neutrino and UHECR data
  • Bayesian Analysis

Kilian Holzapfel

Member since Januar 2019

Chiara Bellenghi

Member since October 2019

Bachelor Students, Master Students

  • Natasha Khera
  • Nikhita Khera

A full list of all the people affiliated to our research group can be found under https://www.ph.tum.de/research/groups/group/TUPHECP/?language=de