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Theoretical nuclear physics; Study of the nuclear equation of state, esp. the density dependence of the symmetry energy, in heavy-ion collisions by transport theories with relevance to…

Full spectral analysis of star-forming galaxies using evolutionary population synthesis models derived from star formation & chemical histories, single-burst models and machine learning…

Investigations on different gas mixtures regarding performance of large area Micro-Pattern gaseous detectors. Characterization and implementation of new readout electronics.

Numerical hydro-dynamical simulations of disc galaxies to probe the processes involved in the fuelling of the central regions of galaxies, its impact on the "flickering" of supermassive black…

Large-scale structure of the Universe (EFTs, Halo Model, Schrodinger Poisson systems), Phase transitions in the Early Universe, Gravitational Waves, Perturbation Theory.

My research interests include large scale structure, weak lensing, dark energy, modified gravity and beyond two-point statistics.

Analysis of cosmological probes, in particular Large Scale Structure from galaxy surveys.Constraints on physics and parameters related to dark energy, dark matter, neutrinos, inflation...

AGN, AGN feedback and evolution, multi-wavelength surveys, X-ray spectral analysis, variability.

TUM Tobias Jenegger tobias.jenegger@tum.de +49 89 289-14356 Study structure of light charged particles PhD Student Dense and Strange Hadronic Matter

I am a theoretical particle physicist, mainly interested in mathematical methods in perturbative Quantum Field Theory and their application to collider physics.