Heidi Rzehak in Elsevier Virtual Special Issue on Women in Physics 2017

March 8, 2017

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CP3-scientist Heidi Rzehak‘s work A review of Higgs mass calculations in supersymmetric models has been selected for Elsevier’s Virtual Special Issue on Women in Physics 2017.

Heidi’s work can be downloaded here, and Elsevier writes the following about her:

Heidi Rzehak is a particle physicist in the group CP3 Origins at the SDU in Denmark. Before joining this group as assistant professor, she was postdoc at the Paul Scherrer Institut in Switzerland and at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. From 2010, she has been working at the University of Freiburg with a two-year leave where she was CERN fellow in the CERN theory group. She received her PhD from the Technical University of Munich in 2005.
Her research is focused on particle physics phenomenology, mainly on Higgs boson properties within the Standard Model and its extensions. She performed precise calculations of observables within these models taking into account quantum corrections. The results are needed for the comparison with measured values. Her work comprises also phenomenological investigations, concentrated on the question of where physics beyond the Standard Model could emerge, and on shedding light on the underlying theory.