Antonio Tutone

I am a PhD student at the Palermo University, affiliated to the Institute of Space Astrophysics and Cosmic Physics (INAF – IASF Palermo, Italy) under the supervision of Giancarlo Cusimano e Antonino D’Aì. My thesis focuses on the study of high and very high energy emission from Galactic sources. My main expertise is the analysis of non-thermal emission from young and old supernova remnants. My master thesis under the guidance of Prof. Giovanni Peres, Marco Miceli and Salvatore Orlando at Palermo University and Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo, Italy, focused on studying, through magneto-hydrodynamical simulations, the evolution of a supernova remnant, from the aftermath of the explosion through its first years of evolution.

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