Jon Dumm
Oskar Klein Centre, Stockholm University
AlbaNova universitetscentrum, Fysikum, Elementarpartikelfysik
106 91 Stockholm

Ross Island, Antarctica, Jan 2009
Scientific Focus:
The high-energy universe is a fascinating place and very different from our everyday experience. I work on the IceCube Neutrino Observatory and the VERITAS imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescope array to bring this hidden world into view. Working at the border between between neutrino and gamma-ray astronomy, my activities include:

  • Seeking a galactic component to the recently discovered astrophysical neutrinos
  • Looking for electromagnetic counterparts to astrophysical neutrinos through a new real-time alert system
  • Examining and modeling blazar spectra to look for signs of ultra high energy cosmic rays or exotic physics

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