PD Dr. Stefan Gieseke

Institute for Theoretical Physics
Room: 12-10
Phone: +49 (0)721 608 43581
E-mail: stefan.gieseke@kit.edu
Homepage: Link
Office hours: Whenever my office door is open - or send me an email for an appointment

About Me

I have studied physics at the University of Bremen, where I also received my Dipoma in 1998, working on Monte Carlo simulations of Heavy Ion Collisinos. I moved into Elementary Particle Physics at the University of Hamburg/DESY, where I studied perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics in the High Energy limit. After I received my PhD in 2001, I moved to the University of Cambridge where I began working on the rewrite of the Monte Carlo event generator Herwig from the very beginning. This remained my main research topic also when I moved to the University of Karlsruhe in 2004, where I later headed a Young Investigator Group on Monte Carlo Development and where I am now, after a year at CERN in 2007, a permanent staff member at the KIT.

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