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A LITTLE ABOUT MYSELF:

I am an assistant professor at the Department of Phyiscs at Virginia Tech, and a member of Center for Neutrino Physics.


My main research is in high-energy astrophysics and its interface with particle physics. I spend my time thinking about high-energy signatures of supernova explosions and particle dark matter annihilation. I also explore the detectability of such signatures which involves making use of astronomical observations. To learn more, please follow the links at the top of the page.


Previously, I was a JSPS Fellow at University of California, Irvine, a Center Fellow at The Ohio State University, and a graduate student at University of Tokyo.


My C.V. is available here as PDF.



CONTACTS:

office    319 Robeson Hall

tell        +1-540-231-0240

e-mail   horiuchi_at_vt.edu


Mailing Address

Department of Physics [0435]

850 West Campus Drive

Blacksburg, VA 24061


Virginia Tech, Blacksburg

Department of Physics