Miho Katsuragawa
Visiting Associate Scientist (from 2024/05/01 )
show past_positions
Main Affiliation
Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University

Research Field
Experimental Physics
<katsuragawa.miho.7v _at_> 

Last Update 2024/04/25

I have been working on observational study of supernova remnants. A supernova remnant is a structure remained after the explosion of a star and the remnant emits X-rays in the evolution process. I study how supernova remnants evolve in a long time such as several ten thousand years using X-ray observations. Recently, I work on development of a new model taking a time evolution of plasma into consideration.

I have also been developing hard X-ray/gamma-ray detectors using CdTe devices. Our CdTe detectors have high energy and position resolutions because of a severe required condition in the universe. Since our high performance devices are profitable in other fields of accelerator experiment and nuclear medicine, we research applications of our detectors to other fields recently.

Back to Member List.