The High-Energy Astrophysics group is involved in the exploration of the high-energy universe, from X-rays to very high-energy Gamma Rays (in the TeV regime) up to ultra-high-energy cosmic rays (10^20 eV).
The main research fields of the HEA group are the observation of high-energy sources, data analysis, and interpretation of the underlying physical processes as well as the development of instruments for the observation of high-energy sources. We are member of international space missions (XMM-Newton, INTEGRAL, eROSITA, IXO, JEM-EUSO) and ground based projects (HESS, CTA).
X-Ray- and Gamma-Astronomy
Ultra High Energy Astrophysics
Data Analysis and Modeling
Wako, Saitama, Japan
Rom, Latium, Italy
Chicago, Illinois, United States