Degree projects in Nuclear Physics

At the Division of Nuclear Physics, there are suitable degree projects at Bachelor and Master level in experimental and theoretical hadron physics and experimental nuclear structure physics.

Most projects in hadron physics are associated with various experiments, PANDA at FAIR outside Darmstadt in Germany, WASA at Forschungszentrum Jülich in Germany, KLOE at Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati in Italy and BES3 in Beijing, China. The experiments are at different phases, from regular data collection to planning and buildup phase. This means that there is the possibility of degree projects of different types, both of theoretical and of more technical nature. The latter includes, among other things, simulations for experiment preparation, data analysis and instrumentation.

The nuclear structure experiments are performed at the accelerator laboratories GSI in Germany, LNL-INFN in Italy, GANIL in France and JYFL in Finland. Degree projects are offered in the areas of detector physics (AGATA, BELOW), as well as in Monte Carlo simulations and data analysis.


Experimental hadron physics
Tord Johansson
+46 (0)18-471 3886

Theoretical hadron physics
Stefan Leupold
+46 (0)18-471 3441

Nuclear structure physics
Johan Nyberg
+46 (0)18-471 3047

Some degree projects from the last years

Experimental hadron physics
Production of the Σ0-bar hyperon in the PANDA experiment at FAIR, Gabriela Pérez Andrade, 2019 (master)
Monte Carlo Simulation of e+e- → Σ0bar Λ / Σ0bar Σ0 Reaction, Halimeh Vaheid, 2018 (master)
A measurement level module for a pellet tracking system, Jenny Regina, 2017 (master)
Monte Carlo simulations of D-mesons with extended targets in the PANDA detector, Mattias Gustafsson, 2016 (master)
Stand-alone Data Acquisition Board for optical links, Panagiotis Stamatakopoulos and Georgios Ntounas, 2015 (master)
Firmware Design and Implementation for a 14-bit Analog-to-Digital Converter to be used in the PANDA Experiment, Peter Moris, 2015 (master)
Search for the C-violating φ→ωγ decay and acceptance studies of the rare ω→l+l-π0 decay with the KLOE experiment, Walter Ikegami Andersson, 2015 (master)
Analysis of Monte Carlo data at low energies in electron-positron collider experiments using Initial State Radiation, Joachim Pettersson, 2014 (master)
Prediction for η' → π+ π- π0 γ signal, Alpaslan Gül, 2016 (bachelor)
Monte Carlo simulation study of the e+e- → Λ Λ-Bar reaction with the BESIII experiment, Forssman, Niklas 2016 (bachelor)
Investigation of Improvement of Pellet Tracking System, Sanne Torgersen and Adéle Wallin, 2015 (bachelor)
Can e+e- → ηπ+π- be detected at DAΦNE?, Viktor Thorén, 2015 (bachelor)
Monte Carlo simulation and resolution study of the η → e+e decay in the WASA-at-COSY detector, Walter Ikegami Andersson, 2014 (bachelor)
Is it possible to detect the η' → e+e- decay?: A simulation of the η' decay from e+e- collisions, Daniel Hamnevik, 2014 (bachelor)
Vacuum calculations for hydrogen pellet targets at WASA and PANDA, Johan Löfgren, 2014 (bachelor)

Theoretical hadron physics
Dynamics of the η' meson at finite temperature, Elisabetta Perotti, 2014 (master)
Form factors of ω → µ+µπ0 and ρ → µ+µ and the dimuon spectrum from NA60, Per-Olov Engström, 2014 (bachelor)

Nuclear structure physics
Identication of Neutron-Rich Xe-Isotopes in PRISMA+AGATA Data, Jenny Regina, 2013 (bachelor)

Last modified: 2021-12-15