Stephan Dürr

Bergische Universität Wuppertal (BUW) and Jülich Supercomputing Center (JSC)
BUW: 42119 Wuppertal, Germany, Room G.11.44
JSC:   52425 Jülich, Germany, Building 16.3v, Room 2014

Tel:(+49)-202-439-2766 [BUW] and (+49)-2461-61-5655 [JSC]
Fax:(+49)-202-439-3860 [BUW] and (+49)-2461-61-6656 [JSC]
Mail:  combine ''durr'' with the domain ''itp_unibe_ch'' (with dots) in the usual way

Field of Interest:

Publications:

For the latest publications (2017,2016,2015), click here.
For an almost full list of publications in HEP, click here.
I was named a Distinguished EPJ Referee in 2015.

Transparencies:

Convergence issues in ChPT: a lattice perspective     Kaon 2013, Ann Arbor, USA, 30 April 2013.
Validity of ChPT: is Mpi=135MeV small enough ? Lattice 2014, New York, USA, 24 June 2014.
Lattice QCD and its interface to phenomenology EINN 2015, Paphos, Cyprus, 3 November 2015.
First experiences with Brillouin overlap fermions Lattice 2016, Southampton, UK, 25 July 2016.
Quark masses and Dashen's theorem LmC 2017, Siegen, Germany, 20 September 2017.

Work Related Phyics Links:

The Wuppertal physics department hosts a Physics Colloquium which I co-organize.
The particle theory group runs, among other things, the CSiS master program.
Our SFB/TR-55 where Sara Collins and myself jointly head the project on charm physics.
The homepage of our Budapest-Marseille-Wuppertal (BMW) lattice QCD collaboration with some output:

 • Ab initio determination of light hadron masses: Science 322, 1224 (2008) with supplementary online material.
 • Lattice QCD at the physical point: light quark masses with simulation and analysis details.
 • SU2 ChPT low-energy constants: Determination with staggered and clover-improved Wilson fermions.
 • Ab initio calculation of neutron-proton mass difference (QCD plus QED simulations): Science 347, 1452 (2015).

Biographically Motivated Physics Links:

Uni Zürich home and institute for physics The "new, rare, and beautiful" festivities (Jan 6 - 8, 2010) in honor of Daniel Wyler
INT Seattle home and UW particle theory group INT workshop on lattice QCD (Sep 24 - Dec 7, 2001) transparencies
INT workshop on hadron structure (March 6 - May 26, 2006) transparencies
PSI Villigen home and particle theory group PSI summer school (Aug 18 - 24, 2002) transparencies
DESY home and lattice group IHP workshop (Oct 16 - 19, 2002) transparencies
Uni Bern home and institute for theoretical physics     Flavianet summerschool (June 21 - July 2, 2010) transparencies
FZJ home and library JSC home, events, cstalks and nuclear-partice simlab

More Topical Physics Links:

The FLAG webpage which reviews lattice results concerning low-energy particle physics.
The Chiral Perturbation Theory article on scholarpedia by Heiri Leutwyler.
The TUM summer school on Methods of Effective Field Theory and Lattice Field Theory.

Lattice 2013 (Mainz, Germany) with proceedings.
Lattice 2014 (New York, USA) with proceedings.
Lattice 2015 (Kobe, Japan) with proceedings.
Lattice 2016 (Southampton, UK) with proceedings.
Lattice 2017 (Granada, Spain) 18-24 June 2017 .
Lattice 2018 (East Lensing, USA) 22-28 July 2018 .
Lattice 2019 (Wuhan, China) .

Lehrveranstaltung im WS 2017/18:

Ich werde die Vorlesung "Rechenmethoden" halten (Di 10:15-12:00 in F.13.11 und Do 8:15-9:00 in F.13.11). Vorgesehene Inhalte:

 • Komplexe Zahlen
 • Trigonometrische/Hyperbolische Funktionen
 • Vektorrechnung in 2D und 3D
 • Differentialrechnung
 • Matrizen/Determinanten/Diagonalisierung
 • Integralrechnung
 • Komplexe Funktionentheorie (?)
 • Kombinatorik
 • Differentialgleichungen
 • Matrixwertige Funktionen (??)
 • Statistische Methoden
 • Funktionensysteme (???)

Noch viel wichtiger als die Vorlesungen sind die Übungen. Das aktuelle Aufgabenblatt wird am Donnerstag in der Vorlesung ausgeteilt und kann hier abgerufen werden. Es gibt 3 Übungsgruppen: D.Laubach (in F.13.11, Do 9:15-10:00), N.Chreim (in D.10.08, Do 9:15-10:00), S.Engelmann (in D.10.15, Do 9:15-10:00).

Die Vorlesungen und die Übungen bilden zusammen das Modul "Rechenmethoden". Achtung: Im Gegensatz zu vielen anderen Veranstaltungen gibt es keine Schlussklausur; die in den Übungen erzielte Gesamtpunktzahl übersetzt sich direkt in eine Note. Die WUSEL Einträge zu diesem Modul finden sich hier.


Last Update: Wed Oct 11 16:32:21 CEST 2017