Diploma in physics, University of Cologne, Germany, 2015
Dr. rer. nat. in experimental physics, University of Cologne, Germany, 2019
I am interested in the evolution of collectivity of nuclei far from beta stability. Especially the shell closures and the N=Z line draw my attention, where shape coexistence and a delicate interplay between single-particle and collective excitations is found. In my experiments I usually couple a plunger device to γ-ray spectrometers as well as separators and/or particle detectors.
 “Low-lying electromagnetic transition strengths in 180Pt”, C. Müller-Gatermann, A. Dewald, C. Fransen, T. Braunroth et al., Phys. Rev. C 97, 024336 (2018)
 “Shape coexistence in 178Hg”, C. Müller-Gatermann, A. Dewald, C. Fransen, K. Auranen et al., Phys. Rev. C 99, 054325 (2019)
 “A new dedicated plunger device for the GALILEO γ-ray detector array”, C. Müller-Gatermann, F. von Spee, A Goasduff, D. Bazzacco et al., Nucl. Inst. Meth. A 920, 95 (2019)