The theoretical particle physics and cosmology group, led by Prof. Admir Greljo, is located in the Department of Physics of the University of Basel in Switzerland. 

Our research focuses on the laws of Nature at the shortest length scales accessible at high-energy colliders, such as the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. Our group members develop novel theoretical methods to interpret experimental data and effectively bridge theoretical ideas with experimental results. We construct explicit theoretical models beyond the Standard Model to address profound open questions, such as the origin of the three generations of matter particles and their mass hierarchy. We study the implications of such proposals for particle physics and cosmology, steering ongoing and upcoming experimental endeavors.

Here is also the list of courses we offer at the University of Basel.