Welcome to the High-energy AstroParticle Physics Journal Club (HAPPJ)!
Our weekly meetings serve as a platform for discussing the latest papers and findings in High-Energy Cosmic Rays, Gamma and Neutrino Astrophysics, but also to share exciting new results, puzzles about some difficulties you can’t overcome, or simply your enthusiasm for a new field you found about.
Time: Every Thursday at 2:15 PM, Fontana Luminosa Local Time.
Location: GSSI Red Building (the building formerly known as Ex-INPS), Floor -1.
We keep track of papers to discuss on the HAPPJ ADS library.
We are committed to keep our meetings lasting no more than one hour.
To participate and receive regular updates on dates and topics, please consider joining our ML.
Current Schedule of Speakers
|An extremely energetic cosmic ray observed by a surface detector array
|Where Did the Amaterasu Particle Come From?
|On the TeV Halo Fraction in gamma-ray bright Pulsar Wind Nebulae
|Impact of the finite life-time of UHECR sources
- Past Schedule of Speakers
|A Peters cycle at the end of the cosmic ray spectrum?
|Curious case of the maximum rigidity distribution of cosmic-ray accelerators
|Constraints on the proton fraction of cosmic rays at the highest energies (…)
|Floor of cosmogenic neutrino fluxes above 1017 eV