Dr. Anabella T. Araudo

   M.Sc. in Astronomy, 2005, UNLP, Argentina, "Extreme microvariability in blazars"
PhD in Astronomy, September 20th 2010, UNLP, Argentina, "Non-thermal radiation associated with astrophysical shock waves"

Assistant Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Oxford (Physics Department).

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Contact: aaraudo@fcaglp.unlp.edu.ar

The main topic of my scientific interests is the production of high-energy emission in different astrophysical sources. I started my research career studying the intra-night variability of blazars in the optical band, during my Ms S. work. Then, my PhD thesis was focused on theoretical studies of the gamma-ray emission generated in different astronomical sources, over a wide range of spatial scales: from young stellar objects to clusters of galaxies, going to microquasars and active galactic nuclei. Currently, my postdoctoral research cover different topics: stellar bow shocks, interaction of relativistic jets with obstacles from the external medium where the jets are propagating, and the modeling of the possible gamma-ray emission from massive young stellar objects, improving the simple models developed during my PhD. In particular, I am interested on dynamical processes that could be lead the production of gamma-rays.