Robert Harlander

Institute for Theoretical Particle Physics and Cosmology
Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Natural Sciences
RWTH Aachen University
52056 Aachen, Germany
phone: +49-241-80-27045
fax: +49-241-80-22187
Office: 28A414, Campus Melaten

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Welcome! (deutsche Version)

One of my favorite Feynman diagrams
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I am a professor for theoretical particle physics at RWTH Aachen University.

My main research field is to understand and predict phenomena at particle colliders. Within the last few years, I have been mostly interested in the physics of Higgs bosons in and beyond the Standard Model.

The menu on the left should help you navigate through this page. In particular, you can find a Brief CV, and details about my Research and Teaching activities.

It is important to try to convey some of our excitement about physics to the general public, high-school students, or politicians. As you can see in the Outreach section of this page, I have been very active in this field. If you are interested in organizing an outreach activity (public lecture, information for high-school students etc.), feel free to .

Most of the time, you will know where I am by clicking the Conferences item.

The Software item leads you to some programs and scripts that I make available to the public. Some of them are highly specialized to particle physicists, others are more general. I appreciate your feedback.

I am also involved in a number of collaborative research projects: the interdisciplinary DFG Research Unit on The Epistemology of the LHC, the DFG Transregio P3H on LHC phenomenology, and a DFG Research Training Group studying the heaviest particles at the LHC.

Concerning science administration, I am currently a Steering Committee member of the LHC Higgs Cross Section Working Group, and a Review Board member of the DFG.

If you wonder where my old website with the search portal is: here.

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