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Further reducing the error

Laetitia Laub is doing her doctorate at the University of Bern in theoretical physics

Laetitia Laub was born and raised near Lausanne. She studied mathematics and physics at the Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL). Since August 2017, the 24-year-old junior scientist is writing her doctoral thesis in theoretical physics at the University of Bern. In her thesis she deals with the anomalous magnetic dipole moment of the muon and the reaction of this particle in the magnetic field. "Many people are currently working on this theoretical problem with the aim of further reducing the calculation error of the dipol moment. This is also because a better experimental value for the dipole moment will be probably found at Fermilab in the US and J-Parc experiment in Japan soon, " says Laetitia Laub.

Laetitia Laub with a voluminous introduction to quantum field theory. "This is the bible ot the beginners," says Laub with an ironic undertone. Photo: B. Vogel
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In a questionnaire, Laetitia Laub provides information about her everyday life as a doctoral student in theoretical physics.

Laetitia Laub, University Bern, Questionnaire
Laetitia Laub, University Bern, QuestionnaireImage : CHIPP, Switzerland