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E. Amato Wikidata

Amato, Elena Sudoc [ABES], France

VIAF ID: 127153124373824492801 (Personal)


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Constraining pulsar birth properties with supernova X-ray observations Wikidata
The contribution of supernova remnants to the galactic cosmic ray spectrum Wikidata
Cosmic ray acceleration and Balmer emission from SNR 0509-67.5 Wikidata
Dynamical feedback of self-generated magnetic fields in cosmic ray modified shocks Wikidata
The effects of spin-down on the structure and evolution of pulsar wind nebulae Wikidata
The fate of ultrahigh energy nuclei in the immediate environment of young fast-rotating pulsars Wikidata
Gamma-ray emission from self-confined cosmic rays around their galactic sources Wikidata
Gamma rays and neutrinos from SNR RX J1713.7–3946 Wikidata
High-Energy Cosmic Ray Self-Confinement Close to Extra-Galactic Sources Wikidata
Introducing the CTA concept Wikidata
Jets and winds in pulsar wind nebulae, gamma-ray bursts and blazars Sudoc [ABES], France Wikidata
A kinetic approach to cosmic-ray-induced streaming instability at supernova shocks Wikidata
Magnetic Rayleigh-Taylor instability for Pulsar Wind Nebulae in expanding Supernova Remnants Wikidata
The maximum momentum of particles accelerated at cosmic ray modified shocks Wikidata
Monte Carlo studies for the optimisation of the Cherenkov Telescope Array layout Wikidata
Non-linear diffusive shock acceleration with free-escape boundary Wikidata
Non-linear particle acceleration at non-relativistic shock waves in the presence of self-generated turbulence Wikidata
On the cosmic ray spectrum from type II supernovae expanding in their red giant presupernova wind Wikidata
On the magnetohydrodynamic modelling of the Crab nebula radio emission Wikidata
Prospects for Cherenkov Telescope Array Observations of the Young Supernova Remnant RX J1713.7−3946 Wikidata
Relativistic MHD modeling of magnetized neutron stars, pulsar winds, and their nebulae Wikidata
Simulated synchrotron emission from pulsar wind nebulae Wikidata
Spatial structure of X-ray filaments in SN 1006 Wikidata
Spectral Breaks as a Signature of Cosmic Ray Induced Turbulence in the Galaxy Wikidata
Spherically symmetric relativistic MHD simulations of pulsar wind nebulae in supernova remnants Wikidata
XIPE: the X-ray imaging polarimetry explorer Wikidata

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