Institute for Advanced Academic Research / International Center for Hadron Astrophysics, Chiba University
ProfessorHigh-energy phenomena, which occur in the universe beyond human creation, remain mysterious in terms of their mechanisms. Through various observations, my aim is to elucidate the origins and locations of these extraordinary events. Specifically, my research focuses on studying high-energy phenomena in space by observing neutrinos, which are elementary particles that traverse through space.
Recent Topics of Interests:
Development of Next Generation Neutrino Telescopes, Development of New Detection Techniques with Neutrino Telescopes
Motto in Research or in Life: Even if others oppose you, if you follow your curiosity, you won't regret it.
Hobby / Holiday: Reading books and listening to music