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International Master on Advanced methods in Particle Physics

Final examination and Award

The final examination takes place at TU Dortmund University. 

By successfully completing the degree program, candidates have demonstrated that they have learned advanced technical knowledge, skills and methods that are required for scientific work and for scientifically-oriented professional activity and that enable them to critically new scientific findings and use them in professional practice.
With the Master’s thesis, candidates should demonstrate that they can independently work on a problem setting in physics according to scientific methods and within a given period of time.

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First Graduation Session – September 29, 2023

The first Master’s degree session was held exceptionally in Bologna on September 23, 2023 in the historical “Aula della Specola” inside Palazzo Poggi.

Students enrolled in the academic year 2021/2022 discussed their theses prepared during the fourth semester of internship at some of the partner institutions of the master.

StudentThesis TitleInstitutionSupervisor

Luca Balzani

“Study of charge asymmetries of charm decays using early data of LHCb Run 3”

TU Dortmund, Germany

Dominik Mitzel

Marco Colonna

“Study of rare semi-leptonic baryonic charm decays for a measurement of CP violation and angular asymmetries”

TU Dortmund, Germany

Dominik Mitzel

Ludovica De Gianni

“Simulations of highly radiative scenarios of the JT-60SA tokamak”

IRFM – CEA Cadarch, France

Guido Ciraolo

Elena Cuppini

“Search for vector-like leptons coupling to first and second generation leptons
in multi-lepton final states with the ATLAS detector”

TRIUMF and UBC, Canada

Oliver Stelzer-Chilton

Sara Sacchi

Optimization of advanced patterning techniques in semiconductor manufacturing using machine learning” 

imec, Belgium

Bappaditya Dey

Simone Ruscelli

Feasibility studies for the extraction of the efficiency of boosted W /Z identification algorithms
in diboson events using 13 TeV pp collisions at ATLAS

TU Dortmund, Germany

Chris Delitzsch

Watch here the video dedicated to this important day