Research Group Joachim Enders
Technical Nuclear Physics

Research Theses

You are interested in doing a miniforschung, bachelor, master or doctoral thesis? In the working group of Joachim Enders you will work on recent research topics. In Open Positions you can find a small selection of potential topics for your research work. Furthermore, you can play part in recent research and find your individual topic by asking one of the involved researches. Join us in a fascinating world of science!

Ongoing research and respective researches:

Generation of polarized electrons at SPIN & Photo-CATCH

Yuliya Fritzsche, Tobias Eggert, Maximilian Herbert, Simon Weih

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Nuclear Photonics

Maximilian Meier, Vincent Wende

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Experiments at GSI/FAIR

Jan-Paul Hucka, Heidi Rösch

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  • PhD thesis

    A high-power laser system is to be integrated in interaction with the superconducting Darmstadt electron linear accelerator S-DALINAC operated at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the TU Darmstadt as a source of quasi-monochromatic X-ray radiation based on so-called laser Compton backscattering.

    The aim is to advance the development of LCB sources in the context of linear accelerators with energy recovery and also to establish a possibility for non-destructive beam diagnostics at S-DALINAC for accelerator development and nuclear physics experiments.

    Author: Maximilian Meier M.Sc.

    Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Joachim Enders, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Norbert Pietralla

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Successfully accomplished theses are listed in Previous Research . For more information you can contact Prof. Joachim Enders .