Chengchao Yuan 






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-- 朱熹   

“Wir müssen wissen.    
Wir werden wissen.”  
-- David Hilbert   



I’m a postdoctoral fellow at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY (Zeuthen campus, near Berlin). I’m interested in theoretical multi-messenger astrophysics and astroparticle physics.

I joined Dr. Walter Winter’s group at DESY in October 2022. In August 2022, I obtained my PhD in Physics at Penn State University, where I was mentored by Prof. Péter Mészáros and Prof. Kohta Murase. Before that, I received my B.Sc. degree in Astronomy from Nanjing University in China.

My research focuses on the theoretical and numerical multi-messenger astrophysics, including the origins and implications of high-energy photons, cosmic rays, and neutrinos from individual cosmic sources and source populations. In particular, I model the acceleration, transport, and radiation processes of high-energy particles originating from tidal disruption events (TDEs), compact binary pairs (supermassive/stellar mass black holes), supernovae, gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), active galactic nuclei (AGNs), and galaxy/cluster mergers. I am interested in how the multi-messenger analyses enlighten our understanding of the physical nature of high-energy astrophysical phenomena.

The AM3 software is finally public! Checkout the AM3 website and our recent paper on arXiv:
AM3: An Open-Source Tool for Time-Dependent Lepto-Hadronic Modeling of Astrophysical Sources

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2024 | All talks & events


August 26 - August 30, 2024
TeVPA2024, Chicago, US

April 20 - May 5
State College, PA, USA

April 8/9/11
Lecture talk at Oxford-Berlin joint neutrino lecture series, Berlin, Germany

March 26 - March 27
Multimessenger Workshop, Görlitz, Germany

February 21 - February 23, 2024
Workshop on Numerical Multi-Messenger Modeling, Paris, France

January 17
AT2021lwx: Another Neutrino-Coincident Tidal Disruption Event with a Strong Dust Echo?

December 25 - January 01, 2024
Happy Holidays!