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Collaborative Research Center SFB 676

Particles, Strings, and the Early Universe

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The Collaborative Research Center 676 (Sonderforschungsbereich 676) at Hamburg University is a research programme at the interface of Particle Physics, String Theory and Cosmology. Significant developments are taking place in each of these fields, and far-reaching scientific results are expected in the course of the next 20 years.

In order to benefit from the fruitful interplay between these different fields, the SFB includes researchers from many different backgrounds, reaching from Particle Physics, over to numerical modeling in Astrophysics, to Mathematics. Eliminating the traditional borders between these subjects has proven to be inspirational and has led to interesting interdisciplinary research projects.

  • Find more information about the scientific programme at the homepages of the various projects.

  • Various lecture courses are offered to graduate students during the first two years of their education.

The SFB 676 is part of the key research area “Particle, Astro and Mathematical Physics” at the Universität Hamburg.


Upcoming events
  • Confronting Naturalness: from LHC to Future Colliders

    25–27 Apr 2018

  • Women at the intersection of mathematics and theoretical physics

    9–12 Apr 2018

  • Field equations on Lorentzian space-times

    19–23 Mar 2018

    Department of Mathematics, Universität Hamburg

    [ more information ]
  • DESY Theory Seminar
    Javier Serra
    27 Feb 2018

    Beyond Positivity Constraints on EFTs and Massive Gravity
    Building 2A (seminar room 2)
    [ more information ]
  • DESY Particle and Astroparticle Physics Colloquium
    Uta Klein
    27 Feb 2018

    Electrons for the LHC
    Hamburg (Auditorium)
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  • SFB Lectures
    Christophe Grojean
    2, 9 Mar 2018

    SM to BSM: LHC legacy and future collider prospects
    DESY Hamburg (Room 2, Building 2a)
    [ more information ]
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Impressum  | last modified 12 Feb 2018