Luc Schnell

PhD Student in Theoretical Particle Physics

I am a PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for Physics and the Technical University Munich. My main interest lies in theoretical particle physics, more specifically BSM phenomenology. Momentarily I focus on leptoquarks, hypothetical particles that arise in Grand Unified Theories (GUTs) and that could explain the flavour anomalies. I am supervised by Ulrich Haisch, Julia Harz and Andreas Weiler.

1997 YEAR OF BIRTH
SWITZERLAND NATIONALITY
GERMAN (NATIVE), ENGLISH (C2), FRENCH (C1) LANGUAGE

Research

2021

First-Generation New Physics in Simplified Models: From Low-Energy Parity Violation to the LHC (Paper)

Andreas Crivellin, Martin Hoferichter, Matthew Kirk, Claudio Andrea Manzari, Luc Schnell


arXiv:2107.13569

2021

Leptoquark Effects in Precision and High Energy Observables beyond the Flavor Anomalies (PDF)

Prof. Benjamin Fuks, LPTHE, Sorbonne

Prof. Andreas Crivellin, CERN, UZH, PSI

Master Thesis

2021

Complete Lagrangian and Set of Feynman Rules for Scalar Leptoquarks (Paper, Model Files)

Andreas Crivellin, Luc Schnell


arXiv:2105.04844, 10.1016/j.cpc.2021.108188

2021, 2020

Combined Constraints on First Generation Leptoquarks (Paper, Poster, Video)

Andreas Crivellin, Dario Müller, Luc Schnell


arXiv:2101.07811, 10.1103/PhysRevD.103.115023
Addendum: arXiv:2104.06417, 10.1103/PhysRevD.104.055020

My master studies and master research were supported by the Excellence Scholarship and Opportunity Programme of ETH Zurich.

Contact

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luc.schnell