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Lehrstuhl für Astronomie

AG Mannheim · AG Kadler· AG Dröge

AG Kadler - Multiwavelength Astronomy

Prof. Dr. Matthias Kadler, Universität Würzburg



Michael Kreter


Phone: +49931/3181869




Jets from Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) are among the best candidates for the recently detected extraterrestrial neutrino flux. Hadronic AGN jet emission models predict a tight correlation between the neutrino flux and the time-variable gamma-ray emission. At the same time, the atmospheric background (noise) signal, which often dominates in neutrino-astronomical observations, can be substantially reduced by rejecting long-lasting periods of low flux. For these reasons, short high-amplitude gamma-ray flares, as often observed in blazars, can be used to substantially increase the sensitivity of neutrino telescopes in point-source searches. We develop a strategy to search for TeV neutrinos from flaring blazar jets from the TANAMI sample using the ANTARES telescope and Fermi gamma-ray light curves.







Conferences/Summer Schools:

  • 2015: MANTS Meeting Amsterdam, participant
  • 2015: DPG Frühjahrstagung Wuppertal, participant
  • 2014: Astroparticle school in Bärnfels, organized by ECAP



  • 2015: Teaching Assistant Space Physics
  • 2012 - 2015: Supervisor (fundamental lab course)
  • 09/2013 - 02/2014: Teaching Assistant Modern Physics I



  • 2015 - present: PhD in Physics, University of Wuerzburg
  • 2013 - 2015: M. Sc. in Physics, University of Wuerzburg
  • 2009 - 2013: B. Sc. in Physics, University of Wuerzburg