Associated Young Investigator Groups
The following Young Investigator Groups are associated with the SFB 676.
Emmy Noether Groups

Precision searches for new physics with boosted bosons
Andreas Hinzmann 
Discrete quantum gravity and diffeomorphisminvariant pathintegral measures
Benjamin Bahr 
Search for displaced vertices solving the naturalness problem
Gregor Kasieczka 
Exact results in Gauge theories
Elli Pomoni 
Precision theory predictions for Higgs and newphysics measurements at the LHC
Frank Tackmann
ERC Starting Grants

New avenues towards solving the dark matter puzzle
Kai SchmidtHoberg 
Differential Higgs distributions as a unique window to New Physics at the LHC
Kerstin Tackmann
Former Groups

Supersymmetry at the Terascale (Particle Physics)
Isabell MelzerPellmann 
Probing electroweak Symmetry Breaking at LHC: Higgs Physics with the CMS detector (Particle Physics)
Alexei Raspereza 
Searching for a Fourth Fermion Generation with the CMS Detector of the Large Hadron Collider (Particle Physics)
Alexander Schmidt 
Higgs Physics with Photons at the ATLAS Experiment (Particle Physics)
Kerstin Tackmann  Strings and Cosmology  an Interface for Testing fundamental Theories (String Theory)
Alexander Westphal 
N1 — SUSY Phenomenology – From the Early Universe to the LHC Era (Particle Physics/Cosmology)
Jörn Kersten 
From Dark Matter Properties to the Fundamental Theory (Particle Physics/Cosmology)
Torsten Bringmann 
Physics of gluons and heavy quarks from HERA to the LHC: precision measurement of the gluon density at HERA and its application for cross section measurements at the LHC (Particle Physics)
Katerina Lipka 
Geometry in gravity and cosmology (Cosmology/General Relativity)
Mattias Wohlfarth