Prof. Dr. Marc Vanderhaeghen

Professional and Scientifc Career
 1995:  PhD, University of Gent, Belgium
 1995-1998:  Postdoc SPhN/DAPNIA, Saclay, France 
 1998-2000:  Postdoc Institute for Nuclear Physics, JGU Mainz
 2000:  Habilitation in theoretical physics, JGU Mainz 
 2000-2003:  Privatdozent, JGU Mainz
 2003-2007:  Senior Staff Scientist, Jefferson Lab
 2003-2007:  Assistant Professor, College of William and Mary
 since 2008:  Adjunct Professor, College of William and Mary
 since 2008:  Full Professor, JGU Mainz
since Nov. 2012: 
Fellow of the American Physical Society

Research Highlights

  • QCD and exclusive processes
  • generalized parton distributions
  • two-photon exchange processes
  • real and virtual Compton scattering processes
  • chiral symmetry predictions for electromagnetic processes spin structure of the nucleon, sum rules
  • photo and electroproduction as a probe of hadron structure
Present PhD Students
  • Franziska Hagelstein, “Effective field theory of nuclear structure in light muonic atoms” (main advisor: Dr. Vladimir Pascalutsa)
  • Oleksii Gryniuk, "Timelike Compton scattering"
  • Nadiia Krupina, "Real Compton scattering" (main advisor: Dr. Vladimir Pascalutsa)
  • Pablo Sanchez Puertas, "Meson transition form factors"
  • Oleksandr Tomalak, "Two-photon exhange corrections in elastic e  p scattering within a dispersive formalism"   
Present Master Students
  • Nils Asmussen
Former PhD Students



Publications (local) and from inSPIRE

photo: Thomas Hartmann

Prof. Dr. Marc Vanderhaeghen
Institute of Nuclear Physics
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Johann-Joachim-Becher Weg 45
D-55099 Mainz
Staudinger Weg 7, room: 05-327
Tel.: + 49 (0)6131 3923695
Fax: + 49 (0)6131 3925474


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