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High energy phenomena

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The sherpas group is involved in theoretical and observational studies of accretion and ejection around young stars, compact objects as well as high energy processes : relativistic jets, high energy emission, gamma ray bursts. Our main activities are : theoretical studies and numerical simulations of magnetised plasmas, studies of acceleration and emission processes of high and very high energy particles (X rays, gamma rays, cosmic rays), and participation in instrumental collaborations : satellites observing in X (XMM) and gamma (Fermi), Cherenkov telescopes (H.E.S.S, CTA). Our activities fall within the themes selected by the ASTRONET network, designed to direct the 5-25 years prospective of research in astrophysics of the European Union : do we understand the extremes of the Universe ?


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CNRS Université Grenoble Alpes