Julia Gehrlein

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Julia Gehrlein is a Senior Research Fellow in the theoretical physics department at CERN, Switzerland. She obtained her PhD in 2019 from the Autonomous University of Madrid where she was funded by a junior early-career-researcher fellowship from the EU Marie Curie ITN Elusives project. She then moved to Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York, as a research associate before joining CERN in 2022. Her research focuses on all aspects of neutrino physics, including neutrino mass models, new physics signatures in the neutrino sector, and connections of neutrinos to other open problems of the standard model.


Tracking Down the Origin of Neutrino Mass

Collider experiments have set new direct limits on the existence of hypothetical heavy neutrinos, helping to constrain how ordinary neutrinos get their mass. Read More »