Theoretical Astroparticle Physics at IAP

Astroparticle physics is the union of elementary particle physics with cosmology and astrophysics. We search for new fundamental physics and try to understand our Universe by investigating the interplay of physics at the very smallest and very largest length scales.

The group in Theoretical Astroparticle Physics at Institute for Astroparticle Physics (IAP) considers various aspects of neutrino physics as well as the problem of Dark Matter in the Universe. We work mostly on the phenomenology of theoretical models and the interpretation of data.


If you are interested in master theses on the topics "Dark Matter" and "Neutrino Physics", please contact Prof. Dr. Thomas Schwetz-Mangold.


Workshop Organization

Light Dark World Workshop (19-21 September 2023, Karlsruhe)

ISAPP School „Neutrinos and Dark Matter – in the lab and in the Universe“
(16-27 September 2024 Bad Liebenzell)

International Workshop on Baryon and Lepton Number Violation (BLV2024)
(8-11 October 2024, Karlsruhe)