Karlsruhe School of Elementary Particle and Astroparticle Physics: Science and Technology (KSETA)

Julian Saffer

Information

Institute: ETP
Building: 425 (CN)
Office: 125
Phone: (+49 721 608) 24349
E-Mail: julian.saffer@kit.edu

PhD Topic

Composition of 100 TeV - 10 PeV Cosmic Rays with IceCube and IceTop

Publications

Title Link
Study of Mass Composition of Cosmic Rays with IceTop and IceCube P. Koundal, M. Plum, J.Saffer PoS Link

Conferences and Talks

Title Details Location Link
IceCube Fall Collaboration Meeting 2020 - Madison, WI, USA (Virtual Meeting) Sep 14-25, 2020
Cosmic Rays and Neutrinos in the Multi-Messenger Era - Paris, France (Virtual Conference) Dec 7-11, 2020
DPG Spring Meeting 2021 Talk: "Low-Energy Cosmic Ray Composition Spectra with IceCube and IceTop in Synergy" Dortmund, Germany (Virtual Meeting) Mar 15-19, 2021
IceCube Spring Collaboration Meeting 2021 - Aachen, Germany (Virtual Meeting) Mar 17-26, 2021

KSETA Courses

Title Lecturer
Statistical methods in particle physics data analysis A. Meyer (DESY) Mar 2021
Introduction to astroparticle physics D. Kang (IAP), D. Veberic (IAP) Mar 2021
Introduction to Machine Learning and Deep Learning S. Kast (Bosch) Oct 2021
Broad introduction into modern experimental particle physics F. Hartmann (KIT) Oct 2021
Neutrino mass phenomenology W. Rodejohann (MPIK) Oct 2021

Teaching

• Oct 2020 - Mar 2021 Supervision in the advanced nuclear physics lab course
• Apr 2021 - Sep 2021 Tutor in Moderne Experimentalphysik III (Physik VI, Teilchen und Hadronen)
• Oct 2021 - Supervision in the advanced nuclear physics lab course

Bachelor's and Master's Theses

Title Supervisors Submission
Bachelor's Thesis Muon Veto Study Comparing pDOM and mDOM for IceCube-Gen2 Prof. Dr. Gisela Anton & Dr. Thorsten Glüsenkamp Sep 2017
Master's Thesis X-Ray Phase-Contrast Imaging of Laser-Driven Plasma Shocks Prof. Dr. Stefan Funk Jan 2020