What does the physics look like in extreme environments ?
In the universe, uncountable phenomena which cannot be realized on the earth are happening every second.
I am especially interested in Cosmic Rays, some of which can reach 1020 eV.
They will tell us fundamental physics we don’t know yet.

Recent posts

Talk at the HEA seminar at the CfA

I remotely gave a presentation at the High Energy Seminar at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard-Smithsonian. The title was “Gamma-ray and X-ray studies on particle acceleration in supernova remnants: basic trends and a variety”. 12:30 PM in Boston is 2:30 AM in Japan.

Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan

I have been selected as a winner of the Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan. The prize is for my studies on particle acceleration physics in supernova remnants through gamma-ray and thermal X-ray observations.

Thermal-vacuum test of XRISM spacecraft

I have been attending the thermal-vacuum test of the XRISM spacecraft held at the JAXA Tsukuba Space Center, Japan in this August. This is the final chance for us (Xtend team) to check the performance of Xtend, which includes the basic operation, energy resolution, CCD temperature control, etc. The picture is from the XRISM official…

My Publication List (Research gate)

some useful links