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Texto: Physik-Department, TUM | Mertens, Susanne Quick-Links andere TUM-Dienste Webmail TUMonline Moodle eJournals MWN-Cloud-Speicher App-Server CIP-Pool häufige Seiten Bewerbung Bachelor Bewerbung Master Graduiertenschule Forschungsgruppen Suche nach Webseiten Suche nach Personen Suche nach Räumen de | en Suchbegriff: Anmelden Menü Fakultät für Physik Technische Universität München Startseite Wir Personen Mertens, Susanne Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Susanne Mertens Telefon +49 89 32354-590 Raum – E-Mail susanne.mertens@tum.de Links Visitenkarte in TUMonline Arbeitsgruppen Dunkle Materie Experimentelle Astroteilchenphysik Funktion Professur für Dunkle Materie Lehrveranstaltungen und Termine SS 2021 WS 2020/1 SS 2020 WS 2019/20 Titel und Modulzuordnung Art SWS Dozent(en) Termine Astroteilchenphysik 1 eLearning-Kurs Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH2073: Astro Particle Physics 1 / Astroteilchenphysik 1 VO 2 Mertens, S. Di, 10:00–12:00, PH HS3 Physik I für Geodäsie und Geoinformation eLearning-Kurs Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH9007: Physik I und II für Geodäsie und Geoinformation / Physics I and II for Geodesy and Geo-Information PH9025: Physik 1 für Geodäten / Physics 1 for Geodesists VO 3 Mertens, S. Di, 13:15–15:45, 1200 Der Neutrinomasse auf der Spur eLearning-Kurs Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH1484: Tracking Down Neutrino Mass for B.Sc. Students / Der Neutrinomasse auf der Spur für Bachelorstudierende PH1485: Tracking Down Neutrino Mass for M.Sc. Students / Der Neutrinomasse auf der Spur für Masterstudierende HS 2 Mertens, S. Do, 15:00–17:00, virtuell Proseminar zur Astroteilchenphysik eLearning-Kurs Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH1519: Proseminar zur Astroteilchenphysik für Bachelorstudierende / Student Seminar on Astro-Particle Physics for B.Sc. Students PH1520: Proseminar zur Astroteilchenphysik für Masterstudierende / Student Seminar on Astro-Particle Physics for M.Sc. Students PS 2 Mertens, S. Übung zu Astroteilchenphysik 1 eLearning-Kurs Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH2073: Astro Particle Physics 1 / Astroteilchenphysik 1 UE 2 Leitung/Koordination: Mertens, S. Termine in Gruppen Übung zu Physik I für Geodäsie und Geoinformation eLearning-Kurs Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH9025: Physik 1 für Geodäten / Physics 1 for Geodesists UE 2 Leitung/Koordination: Mertens, S. Termine in Gruppen FOPRA-Versuch 27: Messung der Neutrinomasse mit KATRIN Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH0030: Fortgeschrittenenpraktikum für Bachelorstudierende / Advanced Lab Course for B.Sc. Students PH1030: Fortgeschrittenenpraktikum für Masterstudierende / Advanced Lab Course for Master Students PH9130: Physikalisches Fortgeschrittenenpraktikum für Lehramtsstudierende / Advanced Lab Course in Physics for M.Ed. Students PR 1 Mertens, S. Mitwirkende: Köhler, C. Gruppenseminar KATRIN Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH6121: Group Seminar KATRIN / Gruppenseminar KATRIN SE 2 Mertens, S. Mentoring-Programm im Bachelorstudiengang Physik Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH9990: Informationsveranstaltungen im Bachelorstudiengang Physik / Info Events During Bachelor's Studies in Physics PH9990: Informationsveranstaltungen im Bachelorstudiengang Physik / Info Events During Bachelor's Studies in Physics KO 0.2 Alim, K. Auwärter, W. Back, C. Bandarenka, A. Barth, J. … (insgesamt 48) Leitung/Koordination: Höffer von Loewenfeld, P. Termine in Gruppen Repetitorium zu Der Neutrinomasse auf der Spur Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH1484: Tracking Down Neutrino Mass for B.Sc. Students / Der Neutrinomasse auf der Spur für Bachelorstudierende PH1485: Tracking Down Neutrino Mass for M.Sc. Students / Der Neutrinomasse auf der Spur für Masterstudierende RE 2 Leitung/Koordination: Mertens, S. Repetitorium zu Proseminar zur Astroteilchenphysik Zuordnung zu Modulen: PH1519: Proseminar zur Astroteilchenphysik für Bachelorstudierende / Student Seminar on Astro-Particle Physics for B.Sc. Students PH1520: Proseminar zur Astroteilchenphysik für Masterstudierende / Student Seminar on Astro-Particle Physics for M.Sc. Students RE 2 Leitung/Koordination: Mertens, S. Ausgeschriebene Angebote für Abschlussarbeiten Characterization of the next-generation TRISTAN prototype detector Scientific motivation:  Does there exist an undiscovered type of neutrino, a so-called sterile neutrino? Could this particle be the Dark Matter? These are among the most topical open questions in Astroparticle physics at the moment.  The aim of the TRISTAN project, is to develop a novel multi-pixel Silicon Drift Detector system to upgrade the KATRIN apparatus. This upgrade would allow the  KATRIN experiment to search for this hypothetical new particle.  Thesis Topic: The topic of this Thesis project is the characterization of the next-generation TRISTAN prototype detectors. The goal of this project is a detailed understanding of the detector response to photons and electrons. For this purpose you will perform measurements with x-ray calibration sources and with an electron microscope at the Semiconductor Laboratory of the Max Planck society in Munich. For this purpose a dedicated test stand has to be designed and fabricated. The measurements and data analysis will be complemented with detailed Monte Carlo simulations of the particle interactions in the detector and the signal generation.  You will gain & learn: Learn about astroparticle physics  Detailed understanding of semiconductor detector technology Expertise in experimental hardware work  Programming in Python and C++ Work in a fun team with lots of social events geeignet als Masterarbeit Kern-, Teilchen- und Astrophysik Themensteller(in): Susanne Mertens ComPol - a Compton telescope inside a nano satellite Scientific motivation: The structure of astrophysical compact objects e.g. black hole binaries (BHB) can not be resolved with optical methods. Therefore one has to use other methods to get informations on processes in and around these systems. By measuring the polarization of the emitted hard X-rays it is possible to draw conclusions on their production mechanism and the geometrical structure of BHBs. The CubeSat project ComPol ( Com pton Pol arimeter) aims at measuring spectrum and polarization of the BHB Cygnus X-1 in the hard X-ray range (20 - 2000 keV). Since it will be a CubeSat based mission, the whole system has to be very compact to fit in the satellites volume (~10x10x30cm³). The small detector area together with strong weight limitations makes it ambitious to achieve a good sensitivity. Besides lab tests simulations are needed to get the best out if it. Thesis Topics: Simulation based design study for ComPol, a Compton telescope inside a Nano-satellite Characterizing and testing components of the first ComPol prototype   You will gain & learn: Learn about astroparticle physics Understand the working principle of Compton telescopes Detailed understanding of semiconductor detector technology Expertise in experimental hardware work Knowledge of Monte Carlo particle simulation with Geant4 Programming in Python and C++ Work in a fun team with lots of social events geeignet als Masterarbeit Kern-, Teilchen- und Astrophysik Themensteller(in): Susanne Mertens Data analysis for the KATRIN experiment Scientific motivation:  What is the mass of the neutrino? This is one of the most fundamental open questions in Astroparticle Physics today. We know from neutrino oscillations that neutrinos must have a mass, but its actual value is still unknown. The knowledge of the neutrino mass would be an important key to understand the formation of structures in the early universe and it could help to shed light on the fundamental origin of masses. The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino (KATRIN) experiment is a direct neutrino mass experiment, which is designed to determine the neutrino mass via a precise measurement of the tritium beta decay spectrum. KATRIN just started data taking in April 2019. The goal is to reach a sensitivity to the neutrino mass of 200 meV after 3 years of data taking. So, right now is the perfect moment to join the experiment! Thesis Topic: In this Thesis project you participate in the analysis of the KATRIN data. You will analyze new data sets, acquired in the near future, which will provide unprecedented sensitivity to the neutrino mass. Besides using existing techniques we also focus on developing novel analysis tools based on Bayesian techniques and neural networks. Finally, you will gain a deep understanding of the experiments, as systematic uncertainties in the theoretical description of the measured beta-decay spectrum are of key relevance to achieve the desired sensitivity.  You will gain & learn:  Participate in world-leading experiment to directly determine the neutrino mass Learn about astroparticle physics  In-depth knowledge on data analysis Programming in C++ and Python Work in a fun team with lots of social events geeignet als Masterarbeit Kern-, Teilchen- und Astrophysik Themensteller(in): Susanne Mertens Detector R&D and data analysis with the LEGEND experiment Motivation: The observation of neutrinoless double beta (0𝜈ββ) decay would establish the Majorana nature of neutrinos and explicitly show that lepton number conservation is violated. In their search for the rare decay in the isotope Ge-76, the GERDA and Majorana Demonstrator experiments have achieved the lowest backgrounds and best energy resolutions of any 0𝜈ββ decay experiment. Building on the successful results of these experiments, the Large Enriched Germanium Experiment for Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay (LEGEND) collaboration aims to develop a phased 0𝜈ββ decay experimental program. The first phase of LEGEND, a 200 kg measurement utilizing the existing GERDA infrastructure at LNGS in Italy, is expected to start in 2021. Be part of this amazing collaboration with about 200 scientists from all over the world. Thesis topics: Development and characterization of ASIC-based readout electronics for Germanium detectors (with possibility of research stay at Berkeley lab) Analysis of first LEGEND data (e.g. focus on optimization of energy resolution) Pulse shape simulations (e.g. investigation of impact of diffusion and self-repulsion) Technical skills and scientific environment: Data analysis methods in experimental physics, C++ and Python programming Electronics and cryogenics (liquid Argon & Nitrogen) Astroparticle physics Scientific writing and presentation of scientific results Scientific supervision: Prof. Dr. Susanne Mertens Dr. Michael Willers (Postdoc) geeignet als Masterarbeit Kern-, Teilchen- und Astrophysik Themensteller(in): Susanne Mertens Development of a theoretical model for the keV sterile neutrino search Scientific motivation:  Does there exist an undiscovered type of neutrino, a so-called sterile neutrino? Could this particle be the Dark Matter? These are among the most topical open questions in Astroparticle physics at the moment.  The aim of the TRISTAN project, is to develop a novel multi-pixel Silicon Drift Detector system to upgrade the KATRIN apparatus. This upgrade would allow the  KATRIN experiment to search for this hypothetical new particle.  Thesis Topic: To search for keV sterile neutrinos in the differential energy spectrum of tritium a sophisticated model is required, which will be the main aspect of this Thesis topic. You will develop and extend the existing model used in the KATRIN experiment for the neutrino mass measurement, to suite the keV sterile neutrino search. A key aspect of this investigation is the understanding of systematic uncertainties and their impact on the final sensitivity of the final TRISTAN experiment. Additionally, already now we can extract an differential energy spectrum from the ongoing measurements through the Forward Beam Monitor, where you can test your model and may extend the current limits for keV sterile neutrinos. You will gain & learn: Learn about astroparticle physics  In-depth knowledge on data analysis Programming in Python and C++ Work in a fun team with lots of social events geeignet als Masterarbeit Kern-, Teilchen- und Astrophysik Themensteller(in): Susanne Mertens Simulation and analysis of backgrounds for the Solar Axion Experiment IAXO Scientific motivation:  Axions are a well motivated explanation for the strong CP problem. They are also one of the most promising Dark Matter candidate. The IAXO experiment is exploring a unique phase space to look for this particle emitted by the Sun. A very intense magnetic field would transform these solar axions into few keV x-rays. Silicon Drift Detectors (SDD) are a very suitable candidate for x-ray detection. The background of such a detector is the only limiting factor. Therefore it should be correctly measured, understood and mitigated. Thesis Topics:  The thesis would focus on measuring with the existing set-up located at the TUM UGL the SDD intrinsic background as well as to model its provenance. Then depending on this result, work would be to design a new detector/set-up to reach the final IAXO requirements.  You will gain & learn: Learn about astroparticle physics  Detailed understanding of semiconductor detector technology Expertise in experimental hardware work and simulations Programming in Python and C++ Low background in the keV regime  Work in a fun team with lots of social events geeignet als Masterarbeit Kern-, Teilchen- und Astrophysik Themensteller(in): Susanne Mertens Professorinnen und Professoren Arbeitsgruppen Dekanat Kondensierte Materie Wenn Atome sich zusammen tun, wird es interessant: Grundlagenforschung an Festkörperelementen, Nanostrukturen und neuen Materialien mit überraschenden Eigenschaften treffen auf innovative Anwendungen. Kern-, Teilchen-, Astrophysik Ziel der Forschung ist das Verständnis unserer Welt auf subatomarem Niveau, von den Atomkernen im Zentrum der Atome bis hin zu den elementarsten Bausteinen unserer Welt. Biophysik Biologische Systeme, vom Protein bis hin zu lebenden Zellen und deren Verbänden, gehorchen physikalischen Prinzipien. Unser Forschungsbereich Biophysik ist deutschlandweit einer der größten Zusammenschlüsse in diesem Bereich. Nach oben Studium Warum Physik studieren? Bachelor Master Promotion Lehramt Internationales Ressourcen FAQ zum Studium Forschung Arbeitsgruppen Biophysik Kern-, Teilchen-, Astrophysik Kondensierten Materie Exzellenzcluster SFBs und Transregios Forschungszentren Campus Garching Wir Organisation Personen Zentrale Dienste Vielfalt Auszeichnungen Geschichte Freunde und Förderer Anfahrt Öffentlichkeit Aktuelle Nachrichten Veranstaltungen Schülerangebot Sommerschulen In den Medien Tag der offenen Tür Intranet Fakultät für Physik James-Franck-Str. 1 85748 Garching +49 89 289-53522 dekanat@ph.tum.de Impressum Datenschutz Sitemap © 2013–2017 Physik-Department · Technische Universität München


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