We offer a limited number of internship positions for master and advanced undergraduate students who identify as women. Details about the application procedure can be found here. The deadline for applications is December 1st 2023 for internships in the first six months of 2024.
Our spokesperson Jan Plefka is among the 2023 Top 100 list of the most influential researchers in the Berlin-Brandenburg region. The top 100 list is compiled by the German newspaper Berliner Tagesspiegel and recognizes personalities “who make the research region Berlin-Brandenurg shine this year“. Newspaper article on www.tagesspiegel.de (behind pay wall).
This week two of our doctoral researchers, Gabriel Bliard and Giulia Peveri, passed their PhD defence and successfully finished their time with us. Congratulations to Giulia and Gabriel and all the best for your future career paths!
On Sept. 18th the paper “Conservative scattering of spinning black holes at fourth post-Minkowskian order“ by the RTG researchers Gustav Uhre Jakobsen, Gustav Mogull, Jan Plefka, Benjamin Sauer and Yingxuan Xu was accepted by PRL. This is the sixth RTG publication that appeared in Physical Review Letters out of a total of 64 papers by … Read more Sixth PRL of the RTG accepted
The first two of this years’ interns, Jilly Kevo and Maite Carli, have started their internship with us. Under supervision of our PIs Gaetan Borot and Olaf Hohm they will work on research projects in Mathematical Physics. We wish Jilly and Maite an enjoyable and productive time with us.
Congratulation to Jan Plefka, spokesperson of our RTG, who receives a renowned Advanced Grant from the European Research Council (ERC). He and his team at the Institute of Physics and at IRIS Adlershof, both HU Berlin, will receive 2.2 million euros for the GraWFTy project (High-Precision Gravitational Wave Physics from a Worldline Quantum Field Theory) … Read more Jan Plefka receives ERC Advanced Grant
Tim Meier and Stijn van Tongeren’s publication Quadratic twist-noncommutative gauge theory is not only the first RTG publication in 2023 but also our 50th publication in total. Congratulations to all RTG members for the productive time since the inception of the RTG in spring 2020.
Markus Schulze, a former PI at the RTG, is currently a member of the winter team of the Antarctica research station Neumayer III. The entire winter team has published an open letter addressing the German Government about the urgency of climate crisis. You can find this letter on the website https://climate4future.de/offener-brief/
We keep growing. On Nov 4th Davide Scazzuso joined us to strengthen our research efforts in Mathematical Physics under supervision of Prof. Borot. We wish Davide a successful time with us!
The Lattice group has been awarded 45M core-hours on the supercomputer Lise at the HLRN computer center to continue the project “Towards QCD+QED simulations with C* boundary conditions at physical QED coupling”. In one year, starting from October 1st, the Lattice group will run on Lise simulations, which would take about 650 years on an 8-core PC. … Read more Computer time for RTG Lattice project