Kohta Murase
Kohta Murase
Associate Prof. at Pennsylvania State University, Adjunct Associate Prof. at Kyoto University
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Design concepts for the Cherenkov Telescope Array CTA: an advanced facility for ground-based high-energy gamma-ray astronomy
CTA Consortium J. Knapp@ leeds. ac. uk http://www. cta-observatory. org, ...
Experimental Astronomy 32, 193-316, 2011
Introducing the CTA concept
BS Acharya, M Actis, T Aghajani, G Agnetta, J Aguilar, F Aharonian, ...
Astroparticle physics 43, 3-18, 2013
Science with the cherenkov telescope array
BS Acharya, I Agudo, I Al Samarai, R Alfaro, J Alfaro, C Alispach, ...
Testing the hadronuclear origin of PeV neutrinos observed with IceCube
K Murase, M Ahlers, BC Lacki
Physical Review D 88 (12), 121301, 2013
Hyper-Kamiokande design report
K Abe, K Abe, H Aihara, A Aimi, R Akutsu, C Andreopoulos, I Anghel, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.04163, 2018
Diffuse neutrino intensity from the inner jets of active galactic nuclei: Impacts of external photon fields and the blazar sequence
K Murase, Y Inoue, CD Dermer
Physical Review D 90 (2), 023007, 2014
TeV–PeV neutrinos from low-power gamma-ray burst jets inside stars
K Murase, K Ioka
Physical Review Letters 111 (12), 121102, 2013
Hidden cosmic-ray accelerators as an origin of TeV-PeV cosmic neutrinos
K Murase, D Guetta, M Ahlers
Physical Review Letters 116 (7), 071101, 2016
High-energy neutrinos and cosmic rays from low-luminosity gamma-ray bursts?
K Murase, K Ioka, S Nagataki, T Nakamura
The Astrophysical Journal 651 (1), L5, 2006
A multimessenger picture of the flaring blazar TXS 0506+ 056: Implications for high-energy neutrino emission and cosmic-ray acceleration
A Keivani, K Murase, M Petropoulou, DB Fox, SB Cenko, S Chaty, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 864 (1), 84, 2018
Constraining high-energy cosmic neutrino sources: Implications and prospects
K Murase, E Waxman
Physical Review D 94 (10), 103006, 2016
A panchromatic view of the restless SN 2009ip reveals the explosive ejection of a massive star envelope
R Margutti, D Milisavljevic, AM Soderberg, R Chornock, BA Zauderer, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 780 (1), 21, 2013
Star-forming galaxies as the origin of diffuse high-energy backgrounds: Gamma-ray and neutrino connections, and implications for starburst history
I Tamborra, S Ando, K Murase
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 2014 (09), 043, 2014
High energy neutrino emission and neutrino background from gamma-ray bursts in the internal shock model
K Murase, S Nagataki
Physical Review D 73 (6), 063002, 2006
Blazars as ultra-high-energy cosmic-ray sources: implications for TeV gamma-ray observations
K Murase, CD Dermer, H Takami, G Migliori
The Astrophysical Journal 749 (1), 63, 2012
A burst in a wind bubble and the impact on baryonic ejecta: high-energy gamma-ray flashes and afterglows from fast radio bursts and pulsar-driven supernova remnants
K Murase, K Kashiyama, P Mészáros
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 461 (2), 1498-1511, 2016
Probing the Galactic origin of the IceCube excess with gamma rays
M Ahlers, K Murase
Physical Review D 90 (2), 023010, 2014
Open questions in cosmic-ray research at ultrahigh energies
R Alves Batista, J Biteau, M Bustamante, K Dolag, R Engel, K Fang, ...
Frontiers in astronomy and space sciences 6, 23, 2019
High-energy cosmic-ray nuclei from high- and low-luminosity gamma-ray bursts and implications for multimessenger astronomy
K Murase, K Ioka, S Nagataki, T Nakamura
Physical Review D 78 (2), 023005, 2008
Gamma-rays from molecular clouds illuminated by cosmic rays escaping from interacting supernova remnants
Y Ohira, K Murase, R Yamazaki
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 410 (3), 1577-1582, 2011
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