Academic Career and Research Areas
Prof. Ibarra’s (b. 1974) scientific research centers on theoretical elementary particle physics, in particular physics beyond the standard model, neutrino physics, super symmetry and astroparticle physics. He has worked on models of neutrino masses, rare leptonic decay, the indirect detection of dark matter and leptogenesis as a model for the origin of the universe’s matter/antimatter asymmetry.
Prof. Ibarra studied Physics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid and obtained his doctorate at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid in 2000. He did postdoctoral research at Oxford University and CERN in Geneva. Prior to joining DESY, the particle research center in Hamburg, he held a Ramon y Cajal postdoc position at the Institute for Theoretical Physics (IFT) in Madrid. In 2008, he became professor of theoretical elementary particle physics at TUM.
- Research Fellow Award of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2014)
- Award for young researchers "Region de Murcia" (2004)
Bringmann T, Huang X, Ibarra A, Vogl S, Weniger C: "Fermi LAT Search for Internal Bremsstrahlung Signatures from Dark Matter Annihilation". Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2012; 1207: 054Abstract
Buchmüller W, Covi L, Hamaguchi K, Ibarra A, Yanagida T: "Gravitino Dark Matter in R-Parity Breaking Vacua". Journal of High Energy Physics. 2007; 0703: 037.Abstract
Davidson S, Ibarra A: "A Lower bound on the right-handed neutrino mass from leptogenesis". Physics Letters. 2002; 535: 25-32.Abstract
Casas JA, Ibarra A: "Oscillating neutrinos and μ→eγ". Nuclear Physics. 2001; 618(1-2): 171-204.Abstract
Casas JA, Espinosa JR, Ibarra A, Navarro I: “General RG equations for physical neutrino parameters and their phenomenological implications.” Nuclear Physics. 2000; 573: 652-684.Abstract