The following PhD theses were the result of work done within the CRC 1044:

- Lattice QCD studies of observables extracted from the hadronic vacuum polarization (2017)

Dr. Hanno Horch - Model-independent determination of proton polarizabilities from Compton scattering (2017)

Dr. Nadiia Krupina - The eta-eta' system in large-Nc chiral perturbation theory (2017)

Dr. Patricia Bickert - Measurement of the generalized polarizabilities of the proton by virtual Compton scattering at MAMI and Q 2 = 0.2 GeV 2 (2017)

Dr. Loup Correa - Analysis of the decay D0 → K0S K+ K− with the BESIII experiment (2017)

Dr. Peter Weidenkaff - A theoretical study of meson transition form factors (2016)

Dr. Pablo Sanchez Puertas - Two-photon exchange corrections in elastic lepton-proton scattering (2016)

Dr. Oleksandr Tomalak - Static and dynamic properties of QCD at finite temperature (2016)

Dr. Johannes Weber - Erste Messung der Pi-0-Photoproduktion an transversal polarisierten Protonen nahe der Schwelle (2015)

Dr. Peter-Bernd Otte - Light-by-light scattering and muon-anomalous magnetic moment (2014)

Dr. Vladyslav Pauk