Between the galaxies and stars, our universe is filled with charged particles reaching energies up to a million times higher than those at human-made particle accelerators. The origin of those cosmic-rays remains, however, largely a mystery. In my work, I have used neutrinos as a tracer for the production of cosmic rays in extragalactic environments. In contrast to cosmic rays, neutrinos...
Hermann Wolter (LMU)
11/23/21, 9:00 AM
51. PhD Thesis: The Origin of High-Energy Cosmic Particles: IceCube Neutrinos and the Blazar Case. Probing multi-messenger data by combining techniques from astrophysics, machine learning, and statistics
Theo Glauch (TUM)
11/23/21, 9:10 AM
Stephan Paul (TUM), Andreas Burkert (LMU)
11/23/21, 9:40 AM