SANO Hidetoshi

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Associate Professor
Department Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering
Applied Physics Course

Research fields

I am working on high-energy astrophysics mainly using radio telescopes and X-/gamma-ray astronomical satellites. In order to elucidate the origin of cosmic rays (a century-old mystery in modern astrophysics), I am conducting multiwavelength observational studies of "supernova remnants." This is an attempt that reveals an astronomical object from various aspects because each wavelength can trace different physical processes. In particular, my research combining radio, X-rays, and gamma-rays is attracting attention as a very unique and essential approach. In our laboratory, you can proceed with astrophysical studies on the basis of classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics, as well as utilizing astronomical datasets obtained by telescopes in the world. Let us study together and discover new horizons in our Universe.


Research Keywords

Radio astronomy, High-energy astrophysics

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