Dominik Neuenfeld


I am a physicist currently working at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Senegal, which is part of the Next Einstein Initiative, as a tutor for the Master's class of 2014/2015.

Research Interests


MSc in Physics
University of Heidelberg
Graduated in
Grade: 1.0
BSc in Physics
University of Heidelberg
Graduated in
Grade: 1.1
Exchange Student
Imperial College London

Theses and Projects

Master's Thesis
String loop corrections in type IIB compactifications and their dependence on D7-brane positions
Supervisor: Prof. Arthur Hebecker, Institute of Theoretical Physics
Bachelor's Thesis
Influence of Interference Effects in Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay
Supervisor: Prof. Manfred Lindner, Max-Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics


Tutoring at AIMS Senegal

Various courses
– today
Various lecturers

Tutoring of various courses, including Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Special Relativity. Supporting students in writing their master's theses.

Tutoring at the University of Heidelberg

Lie Groups and Lie Algebras
Winter term /
Juniorprof. Daniel Roggenkamp
Quantum Mechanics
Summer term
Prof. Thomas Gasenzer
Standard Model of Particle Physics
Summer term
Prof. Andre Schöning, Dr. Werner Rodejohann
Winter term /
apl. Prof. Georg Wolschin


Beyond the SM ΔL=2 operators and neutrinoless double beta decay
DPG Frühjahrstagung, Göttingen