Working group Kulesza

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From 01.03.2022 till 31.08.2022 I am on a sabbatical leave at the Department of Theoretical Physics at CERN. If you would like to contact me please email me at my WWU address.

Prof. Dr. Anna Kulesza

Research interests

Hadron collider phenomenology:

  • associated top quark production

  • multiple parton scattering

  • production of leptoquarks and coloured SUSY particles

    NNLL-fast: the code to calculate NNLL + approximated NNLO squark and gluino production cross section, and its predecessor, NLL-fast

  • Higgs boson and EW gauge bosons physics
  • precision calculations, in particular:
    • QCD resummation,
    • electroweak corrections

Publications

Current group members

see here

Former group members

  • Fernando Pinto Gómez (2021, MSc)
  • Francisco Javier Vara Carbonell (2020, BSc) ↪ MSc student at the University of Sevilla, Spain
  • Oleh Fedkevych (2019, PhD) ↪ postdoc at the University of Genoa, Italy
  • Vera Elliger (2019, MSc)
  • Marlon Becker (2019, BSc) ↪ PhD student at the University of Muenster
  • Elena Bazo González (2019, BSc) ↪ MSc student at the University of Granada, Spain
  • Johannes Pirsch (2019, BSc) ↪ MSc student at the University of Muenster
  • Laura Moreno Valero (2018, MSc) ↪ PhD student at the University of Muenster
  • Johannes Michel (2017, MSc) ↪ PhD student, DESY Hamburg
  • Christoph Borschensky (2016, PhD) ↪ postdoc at the University of Tübingen, Germany
  • Raphael Heger (2016, MSc) ↪ MSc student (philosophy) at the University of Münster
  • Cesar Tejera Centeno (2016, MSc)
  • Vincent Theeuwes (2015, PhD) ↪ postdoc at the SUNY Buffalo, USA
  • Simon May (2015, BSc) ↪ MSc student at the University of Münster
  • Patrick Hamers (2014, MSc) ↪ PhD student at the University of Southampton, UK
  • Kevin Max (2014, BSc) ↪ MSc student at the MPI for Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg, Germany
  • Saskia Schmiemann (2013, BSc) ↪ PhD student at the University of Münster


Open positions

 

Master and bachelor theses

Please contact me if you are interested in a master or bachelor thesis in my group.

Theses completed by the group members

  • MSc Fernando Pinto Gómez: "Single top quark production in the t-channel at hardron colliders", 2021.
  • PhD Daniel Schwartlaender: “Application of Threshold Resummation Methods to LHC phenomenology”, 2020.
  • BSc Francisco Javier Vara Carbonell: “Constrained systems in the path integral formalism”, 2020.
  • PhD Oleh Fedkevych: “Double parton scattering in jet production processes at the LHC”, 2019.
  • MSc Vera Elliger: “Top quark pair-production at the LHC”, 2019.
  • BSc Elena Bazo González: “BRST invariance and the quantisation of constrained systems”, 2019.
  • BSc Marlon Becker: “Mono-photons as signals for dark matter at the LHC”, 2019.
  • BSc Johannes Pirsch: “Scalar leptoquark pair production at the LHC”, 2019.
  • MSc Laura Moreno Valero: “Theoretical predictions for the Higgs boson production in association with a top quark and a jet at the LHC”, 2018.
  • MSc Johannes Michel: „Transverse Momentum Resummation at Forward Rapidities and Its Applications to LHC Physics“, 2017.
  • PhD Christoph Borschensky: „Precision Calculations for Coloured Supersymmetric Particle Production at the LHC“, 2016.
  • PhD Vincent Theeuwes: „Soft gluon resummation for heavy particle production at the LHC“, 2015.
  • MSc Raphael Heger: „Threshold resummation for supersymmetric top-quark pair-production at the LHC“, 2016.
  • MSc Cesar Tejera Centeno: „Higgs boson production at the LHC“, 2016.
  • MSc Patrick Hamers: „Associated neutralino-pair production with a Z boson at the LHC“, 2014.
  • BSc Simon May: „Properties of supersymmetric top quark pair-production at hadron colliders“, 2015.
  • BSc Kevin Max: „Squark and gluino production with non-degenerate masses at the LHC and future hadron colliders“, 2014.
  • BSc Saskia Schmiemann: „Coulomb corrections to squark-pair production at the LHC“, 2013.