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Research interests

I work in astroparticle physics, and I am interested in the high energy universe as seen with cosmic rays, gamma rays and neutrinos. I am a member of both the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02) and Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) Collaborations.

My updated list of publications is available here.


Signal-background separation and energy reconstruction of gamma rays using pattern spectra and convolutional neural networks for the Small-Sized Telescopes of the Cherenkov Telescope Array

TeV flaring activity of the AGN PKS 0625–354 in November 2018

Constraining the cosmic-ray pressure in the inner Virgo Cluster using H.E.S.S. observations of M 87

Cosmic-ray measurements by reconstructing longitudinal profiles for the Cherenkov Telescope Array

Detection of extended γ -ray emission around the Geminga pulsar with H.E.S.S.

Discovery of a radiation component from the Vela pulsar reaching 20 teraelectronvolts

H.E.S.S. Follow-up Observations of GRB 221009A

HESS J1809−193: A halo of escaped electrons around a pulsar wind nebula?

Iterative-Bayesian unfolding of cosmic-ray isotope fluxes measured by AMS-02

Machine learning approach to the background reduction in singly charged cosmic-ray isotope measurements with AMS-02

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