Dr. Manuel Krämer Programme Officer

Physics and Chemistry
E-mail: manuel.kraemer@dfg.de Telephone: +49 (228) 885-3208 Telefax: +49 (228) 885-713320

Kennedyallee 40
53175 Bonn

Scientific Areas of Responsibility

Main Contact
3.24-01 Nuclear and Elementary Particle Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Relativity, Fields
Deputy Contact
3.23-01 Optics, Quantum Optics and Physics of Atoms, Molecules and Plasmas

Coordinated Programmes (scientific matters)

2118 Precision Physics, Fundamental Interactions and Structure of Matter (PRISMA+)
2121 Quantum Universe
2044 Mass and Symmetries after the Discovery of the Higgs Particle at the LHC
2058 High Resolution and High Rate Detectors in Nuclear and Particle Physics (HighRR)
2128 Accelerator Science and Technology for Energy Recovery Linacs
2149 Strong and Weak Interactions - from Hadrons to Dark Matter
2497 The physics of the heaviest particles at the Large Hadron Collider
2575 Rethinking Quantum Field Theory
2796 Particle Detectors For Future Experiments - From Concept to Operation
2891 Nuclear Photonics
211 Strong-Interaction Matter under Extreme Conditions
257 P3H: Particle Physics Phenomenology after the Higgs Discovery
1639 NuMeriQS: Numerical Methods for Dynamics and Structure Formation in Quantum Systems
1660 Hadrons and Nuclei as Discovery Tools

Coordinated Programmes (procedural matters)

2202 Neutrino Mass Determination by Electron Capture in Holmium-163 (ECHo)
2319 2319 Bestimmung der Neutrino-Massenhierarchie mit dem JUNO-Experiment
2783 Probing the Quantum Vacuum at the High-Intensity Frontier
2926 Next Generation Perturbative QCD for Hadron Structure:Preparing for the Electron-Ion Collider
5199 Searching for charged lepton flavour violation with the Mu3e experiment
5269 Future methods for studying confined gluons in QCD
5327 Photon-photon interactions in the Standard Model and beyond - exploiting the discovery potential from MESA to the LHC
5519 Precision Neutrino Physics in JUNO