Antje Peters

Scientist (she/her)

Research

Education and scientific activities

I studied physics and computer science at RWTH Aachen (Germany), U of Catania (Italy) and Goethe University Frankfurt am Main. I undertook research stays at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Arizona (USA). In 2017, I gained my PhD in theoretical physics (Lattice Gauge Theory). I conducted postdoctoral research in theoretical physics and human genetics.

Currently, I study medicine and I am a postdoc at the Institute of Medical Psychology and Systems Neuroscience in Münster.

Publications

Find my publications at INSPIRE HEP. My PhD thesis in physics (Investigation of four-quark systems by means of Lattice QCD), my Master's thesis in physics (Determination of LambdaMSbar from the static quark-antiquark potential in momentum space) as well as my Bachelor's theses in physics (Baryonische Zweikörperzerfälle im erweiterten Linearen Sigma-Modell) and computer science (Das Aufzählungsproblem für Anfragen erster Stufe auf Strukturen von beschränktem Grad).

You can read my chapter about Artificial intelligence in clinical decision-making for diagnosis of cardiovascular disease in a book about Epigenetics in Cardiovascular Disease, edited by Yvan Devaux and Emma Robinson (ISBN: 9780128222584).

Awards and scholarships

Trivia

Togethem with my daugther I did some modeling for a toy company and the Equal Opportunities Office at University Münster.