High-Energy Physics Theorist Joins MSU
Andreas von Manteuffel, assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, joined MSU in 2016 as a high-energy physics (HEP) theorist, specializing in theoretical particle physics and computer algebra. von Manteuffel’s appointment is part of the Global Impact Initiative.
von Manteuffel’s research focuses on precision predictions for collider observables and developing mathematical methods and computational tools for perturbative calculations in Quantum Field Theory. He co-authors a public code “Reduze2” for the reduction of Feynman integrals. His software is used by various international research groups. Currently, he is developing a successor program, which employs finite field arithmetics for multivariate linear system solving.
Prior to joining MSU, von Manteuffel was a postdoc at the Institute for Physics at the University of Mainz, Germany.
Research Interests: Theoretical particle physics, computer algebra.
Ph.D.: University of Heidelberg, Physics (2008)
T Gehrmann, M Grazzini, S Kallweit, P Maierhöfer, A von Manteuffel, S Pozzorini, D Rathlev, L Tancredi.
Physical Review Letters 113 (21), 212001 (2014)
F Cascioli, T Gehrmann, M Grazzini, S Kallweit, P Maierhöfer, A. von Manteuffel, S Pozzorini, D Rathlev, L Tancredi, E Weihs Publication date 2014/7/30.
Physics Letters B 735, 311-313 (2014)
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- Valerie Osowski, College of Natural Science