Contact
Name
Marco Drewes
Position
Professor
Email
marco.dreweclouvain.be
Address
Centre for Cosmology, Particle Physics and Phenomenology - CP3
Université catholique de Louvain
2, Chemin du Cyclotron - Box L7.01.05
B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve
Belgium
Office
UCL member card
People responsibilities
Postdocs
Jan Hajer, member since October 2017
BSM Phenomenology. Higgs physics, naturalness of the SM, SUSY. Hidden particles at NA62.

PhD students
Philipp Klose (INNOVIRIS),

Research statement
Many properties of the cosmos that we observe today can be understood as the result of quantum processes in the hot and dense plasma that filled the universe in the first moments after the "big bang". This allows cosmologists to understand the history of the observable universe in terms of elementary particles and the fundamental interactions between them. On the other hand, the extreme conditions in the primordial plasma allow particle physicists to test their ideas in an environment that cannot be created in the laboratory. With our research, we exploit this mutual benefit to learn about both, the fundamental laws of nature and how they shaped the cosmos that we live in.
Publications in CP3
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2018

Probing the Seesaw Mechanism and Leptogenesis with the International Linear Collider
Antusch, Stefan and Cazzato, Eros and Drewes, Marco and Fischer, Oliver and Garbrecht, Bjorn and Gueter, Dario and Klaric, Juraj
[Abstract] [PDF] Talk presented at the International Workshop on Future Linear Colliders (LCWS2017), Strasbourg, France, 23-27 October 2017. C17-10-23.2.
Contribution to proceedings. 22nd January.
NA62 sensitivity to heavy neutral leptons in the low scale seesaw model
Drewes, Marco and Hajer, Jan and Klaric, Juraj and Lanfranchi, Gaia
[Abstract] [PDF]
Refereed paper. 15th January.

2017

CMB constraints on the inflaton couplings and reheating temperature in $alpha$-attractor inflation
Drewes, Marco and Kang, Jin U and Mun, Ui Ri
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal] [Full text] This was submitted already in August, but published now in JHEP 1711 (2017) 072, so I decided to add UCL as secondary affiliation.
Refereed paper. 22nd November.
ARS Leptogenesis
Drewes, M. and Garbrecht, B. and Hernandez, P. and Kekic, M. and Lopez-Pavon, J. and Racker, J. and Rius, N. and Salvado, J. and Teresi, D.
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal] 46 pages, 8 figures. Chapter 2 of the review volume: Leptogenesis: Current Challenges for Model Building, Phenomenology and Non-Equilibrium Field Theory
Refereed paper. 20th November.
Probing Leptogenesis
E.J. Chun, G. Cvetič, P.S.B. Dev, M. Drewes, C.S. Fong, B. Garbrecht, T. Hambye, J. Harz, P. Hernández, C.S. Kim E. Molinaro, E. Nardi, J. Racker, N. Rius, J. Zamora-Saa
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal] 99 pages, 29 figures. Chapter 5 of the review volume "Leptogenesis: Current Challenges for Model Building, Phenomenology and Non-Equilibrium Field Theory."
Refereed paper. 20th November.


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Research
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