Students research projects

The physics institute offers various summer internships for students during the semester break. Contact the research groups for more information or visit the Exchange page. 

Completed projects

Project: Upgrade studies for the CMS detector for the HL-LHC
Prof. F. Canelli (Particle Physics)
Student: Abigail Grotelueschen (USA)

Project: Simulation and layout optimization of the inner tracker for the phase II upgrade of the CMS
Prof. F. Canelli (Particle Physics)
Student: Toraya Fernandez Ruiz (Spain)

Project: Tests of silicon Photomultipliers for dark matter searches
Prof. L. Baudis (Astroparticle Physics)
Student: Kate Marshal (GB)

Project: Measurements of light and charge yield in liquid xenon with s small the projection chamber
Prof. L. Baudis (Astroparticle Physics)
Student: Yanina Biondi (Argentina)

Project: Improvement of tracking for b-tagging at HLT exploiting phase-1 pixel detetctor.
Prof. F. Canelli (Particle and Astroparticle Physics)
Student: Sara Ruiz Daza (Spain)

Project: Perihelion precession in the framework of the Kerr Metrie
Prof. P. Jetzer (Gravitation and Astrophysics)
Student: Sarah Racz (USA)

Project: 19-Note Tuning System
Prof. P. Saha (Gravitation and Astrophysics)
Student: Leonard Budd (GB)

Project: Optimization of gluino search for T1 and T5 at CMS
Prof. F. Canelli (Particle Physics)
Student: Hananiel Setiawan (USA)

Project: Preparation of low background samples for magnetisation measurements of single molecule magnets.
Prof. T. Greber (Surface Physics)
Student: Siddart Sourabh Sahn (India)

Project: Entanglement spectrum and entanglement entropy of commuting projector Hamiltonians.
Prof. T. Neupert (Condensed Matter Theory)
Student: Valerio Peri (Italian)

Project: Multivariate studies for the search for ttH in CMS
Prof. F. Canelli (Particle Physics)
Student: Naili DIng (USA)

Project: Trigger studied for the all-hadronic search for ttH
Prof. F. Canelli (Particle Physics)
Student: Sophia Xiao (USA)

Project: Studies for CMS Phase I upgrade 
Prof. F. Canelli (Particle Physics)
Student: Daniel Hernandez (Peru)