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PhD Thesis

  • Kilian Holzapfel, Bioluminescence in the Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment: Shedding Light on the Deep Sea, TU München, Germany 2023 (pdf)
  • Immacolata Carmen Rea, The Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment: feasibility study for a new Neutrino Telescope at Cascadia Basin, NE Pacific Ocean, TU München, Germany (pdf)
  • Martina Stefanie Karl, Unraveling the origin of high-energy neutrino sources: follow-up searches of IceCube alert events, TU München, Germany 2022(pdf)
  • Felix Henningsen, The self-monitoring precision calibration light source for the IceCube Upgrade, TU München, Germany 2021 (pdf)
  • Stephan Meighen-Berger, Precision background modeling for neutrino telescopes, München, Germany, 2021(pdf)
  • Theo Glauch, The Origin of High-Energy Cosmic Particles: IceCube Neutrinos and the Blazar Case,TU München, Germany, 2021 (pdf)
  • Matthias Huber, Multi-Messenger correlation study of Fermi-LAT blazars and high-energy neutrinos observed in IceCube,TU München, Germany, 2020 (pdf)
  • Andrea Turcati, Multimessenger searches for the sources of high energy cosmicrays: IceCube, Fermi, Auger, TA.,TU München, Germany, 2019 (pdf)
  • Kai Krings, Search for Galactic and Extra-Galactic Neutrino Emission with IceCube, TU München, Germany, 2018, (pdf)
  • Stefan Coenders, High-energy cosmic ray accelerators: searches with IceCube neutrinos, TU München, Germany 2016, (pdf)

  • Anna Bernhard, Origin of IceCube's Astrophysical Neutrinos:Autocorrelation, Multi-Point-Source and Time-Structured Searches, TU München, Germany, January 2015 (pdf)
  • Sirin Odrowski, High-Energy Neutrino Scan of the Galactic Plane, Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Ruperto-Carola University of Heidelberg, Germany, January 2012 (pdf)
  • Yolanda Sestayo, Search for High Energy Neutrinos from our Galaxy with IceCube, Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Ruperto-Carola University of Heidelberg, Germany, May 2010 (pdf)
  • Olaf Schulz, The design study of IceCube DeepCore: Characterization and veto studies, Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Ruperto-Carola University of Heidelberg, Germany, 2010 (pdf)

Master Thesis

  • Niklas Retza, The Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment: Advancements in the Optical Module Development for the First Detector Line of P-ONE, 2023 (pdf)
  • Jan-Henrik Schmidt-Dencker, Constraining New, Heavy, Long-Lived Charged Particles using the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, 2021 (pdf)
  • Ruohan Li,  Development of STRAW-b: Strings for Absorption length in Water for Future Neutrino Telescope in Deep Pacific Ocean, 2020 (pdf)
  • Christian Spannfellner, Development of pathfinder missions and instruments for the Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment, 2020  (pdf)
  • Nikhita Khera, In-situ study of the ambient background at Cascadia Basin, Canada, for the Pacific Ocean Neutrino Explorer, 2019 (pdf)
  • Tomas Kontrimas, Steps Towards an Improved Time-Integrated Point Source Search for the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, 2019 (pdf)
  • Felix Henningsen, Optical Characterization of the Deep Pacific Ocean: Development of an Optical Sensor Array for a Future Neutrino Telescope, 2018 (pdf)
  • Andreas Gärtner, Development of an optical sensor system for the characterisation of Cascadia Basin, Canada (pdf)
  • Maximilian Kronmüller, Application of Deep Neural Networks on Event Type Classification in IceCube (pdf)
  • Kilian Holzapfel, Testing the Precision Optical Calibration Modules in the Gigaton-Volume-Detector (pdf)
  • Benedikt Krammer, Neutrino Point Source Analysis at the TXS 0506+056 Position with 9.5 Years of IceCube Data, July 2018 (pdf)
  • Antonio Becerra Esteban, Design of the LED Driver for the Precision Optical CAlibration Module, Dezember 2017 (pdf)
  • Konstantin Sabaß, Improved Photon Simulations for IceCube Gen2 Geometries, Dezember 2017
  • Joost Veenkamp, from University of Amsterdam, A Precision Optical Calibration Module for IceCube-Gen2, Januar 2016 (pdf)
  • Matthias Huber, Sensitivity Studies for Blazar StackingSearches with the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, Dezemeber 2015 (pdf)
  • Christoph Raab, Event-based studies of PINGU sensitivity to dark matter models, work on-going in collaboration with Uppsala University, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Prof. Carlos de los Heros.
  • Julia Leute, The IceCube Neutrino Observatory: Sensitivity to Atmospheric Neutrino Oscillations and Astrophysical Neutrino Point Sources in the Southern Hemisphere, Technical University Munich, Munich, Germany, April 2013
  • Markus Voge, Time-Dependent Search for Astrophysical Neutrinos from Microquasar Cygnus X-3 using IceCube and AMANDA, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg and Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg, Germany, December 2010 (pdf)
  • Martin Wolf, Verification of South Pole Glacial Ice Simulations in IceCube and its Relation to Conventional and new Accelerated Photon Tracking Techniques, Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, September 2010

Bachelor Thesis

  • Alexandra Scholz, Dark Matter Annihilation in NGC 1068, 2023 (pdf)
  • Martin Dinkel, Qualification of Temperature Sensors for the Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment for long-term Temperature Monitoring, 2022(pdf)
  • Patrick Schaile, Blazar Stacking - Sensitivity Analysis for IceCube Neutrino Observatory, 2022(pdf)
  • Kristian Tchiorniy, The Search for High Energy Neutrino Sources at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory: Interplay Between Diffuse and Sub-Threshold Signal, 2022(pdf)
  • Martin Mocker, Calibration and Data Analysis for the Precision Optical Calibration Module, 2022(pdf)
  • Tobias Kerscher, Investigation of Machine Learning Algorithms to Predict the Synchrotron Peak of Blazars, 2021(pdf)
  • Kruteesh Desai, Solar Atmospheric High Energy Neutrinos and SACSim, 2021 (pdf)
  • Anna Magdalena Schubert,  Limits on Astrophysical Neutrino Emission from IceCube Alert Positions, 2020 (pdf)
  • Leonard Geilen, Development of a fully-automated calibration system for IceCube Upgrade fasher instrumentation, 2019 (pdf)

  • Eva Laura Winter, Muon Tracker for the Second Pathfinder of the Pacific Ocean Neutrino Explorer, 2019 (pdf)
  • Christopher Fink, Development of a LIDAR System for Characterizing the Optical Properties of Seawater at Cascadian Basin, 2019 (pdf)
  • Maximilian Hoch, Simulation of the Signal Chain for STRAW, 2018 (pdf)
  • Johannes Kager, Investigation on Applying Deep Learning Methods for Event Reconstruction in IceCube, 
  • Christian Spannfellner, Realization of the "Precision Optical Calibration Module" prototype for the Gigaton Volume Detector Neutrino Telescope in Baikal, (pdf)
  • Andreas Gärtner, Realization of the "Precision Optical Calibration Module" prototype for the calibration of IceCube-Gen2, 2016(pdf)
  • Felix Henningsen, Realisierung des"Precision Optical Calibration Module"-Prototyps zur Kalibrierung von IceCube-Gen2, 2016(pdf)
  • Nicola Soecker, Simulationen eines idealisierten optischen Präzisionskalibrations-Moduls für IceCube-Gen2, 2015(pdf)
  • Maxim Sinner, Leptohadronic processes in astrophysics
  • Juliane van Scherpenberg, Study of an improved coincident-muon splitting method for IceCube
  • Kilian Holzapfel, Entwicklung eines Precision Optical CAlibration Moduls für IceCube-Gen2, 2015(pdf)
  • Tobias Drohmann, Target of opportunity program based on IceCube high energy neutrino on-line alerts. August 2014 (pdf)
  • Kevin Abraham, IceCube: Neutrinos on graphic cards. October 2014 (pdf)

PhD Thesis, External Referee

  • Lorenzo Caccianiga, LPNHE, Paris, France
  • Shirit Cohen, GZK Neutrino Search with the IceCube Neutrino Observatory using New Cosmic Ray Background Rejection Methods, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne EPFL, Prof. M. Ribordy
  • Sebastian Euler, Observation of atmospheric neutrinos with the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, RWTH Aachen, Prof. C. Wiebusch

Habilitation, External Referee

  • Dr. Kissmann, University of Innsbruck