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Scientific Career

Prof. Resconi's research lies at the crossroads of particle physics and astrophysics. Neutrinos, the most abundant matter particles of our universe, form the central focus of her work. Cosmic neutrinos, as new astrophysical messengers, open a new window onto the universe and the observation of its most energetic, hence violent, regions. They allow us to explore phenomena in cosmic accelerators and collapsing stars that would be otherwise inaccessible. Prof. Resconi studied at the Università degli Studi di Milano and Genova. After completing her dissertation on solar neutrinos at Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, she relocated to Germany on a Marie Curie Fellowship (DESY-Zeuthen). From 2005 to 2010, she headed an Emmy Noether junior research group based at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg. In 2012, she was appointed to the Professorship for Experimental Physics with Cosmic Particles at TUM. In 2018, she was awarded a Liesel Beckmann Distinguished Professorship.

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 14 - Life Below Water

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  • All-sky Search for Transient Astrophysical Neutrino Emission with 10 Years of IceCube Cascade Events

    Icecube Collaboration, 1 May 2024, In: Astrophysical Journal. 967, 1, 48.

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  • In situ estimation of ice crystal properties at the South Pole using LED calibration data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory

    Abbasi, R., Ackermann, M., Adams, J., Aggarwal, N., Aguilar, J., Ahlers, M., Ahrens, M., Alameddine, J. M., Alves Junior, A. A., Amin, N. M. B., Andeen, K., Anderson, T., Anton, G., Argüelles, C., Ashida, Y., Athanasiadou, S., Axani, S., Bai, X., Balagopal V, A., Baricevic, M., & 363 othersBarwick, S., Basu, V., Bay, R., Beatty, J., Becker, K. H., Becker Tjus, J., Beise, J., Bellenghi, C., Benda, S., Benzvi, S., Berley, D., Bernardini, E., Besson, D., Binder, G., Bindig, D., Blaufuss, E., Blot, S., Bontempo, F., Book, J., Borowka, J., Boscolo Meneguolo, C., Böser, S., Botner, O., Böttcher, J., Bourbeau, E., Braun, J., Brinson, B., Brostean-Kaiser, J., Burley, R., Busse, R., Campana, M., Carnie-Bronca, E., Chen, C., Chen, Z., Chirkin, D., Choi, K., Clark, B., Classen, L., Coleman, A., Collin, G., Connolly, A., Conrad, J., Coppin, P., Correa, P., Countryman, S., Cowen, D., Cross, R., Dappen, C., Dave, P., De Clercq, C., Delaunay, J., Delgado López, D., Dembinski, H., Deoskar, K., Desai, A., Desiati, P., De Vries, K., De Wasseige, G., Deyoung, T., Diaz, A., Díaz-Vélez, J. C., Dittmer, M., Dujmovic, H., Duvernois, M., Ehrhardt, T., Eller, P., Engel, R., Erpenbeck, H., Evans, J., Evenson, P., Fan, K. L., Fazely, A., Fedynitch, A., Feigl, N., Fiedlschuster, S., Fienberg, A., Finley, C., Fischer, L., Fox, D., Franckowiak, A., Friedman, E., Fritz, A., Fürst, P., Gaisser, T., Gallagher, J., Ganster, E., Garcia, A., Garrappa, S., Gerhardt, L., Ghadimi, A., Glaser, C., Glüsenkamp, T., Glauch, T., Goehlke, N., Gonzalez, J., Goswami, S., Grant, D., Gray, S., Grégoire, T., Griswold, S., Günther, C., Gutjahr, P., Haack, C., Hallgren, A., Halliday, R., Halve, L., Halzen, F., Hamdaoui, H., Ha Minh, M., Hanson, K., Hardin, J., Harnisch, A., Hatch, P., Haungs, A., Helbing, K., Hellrung, J., Henningsen, F., Heuermann, L., Hickford, S., Hill, C., Hill, G., Hoffman, K., Hoshina, K., Hou, W., Huber, T., Hultqvist, K., Hünnefeld, M., Hussain, R., Hymon, K., In, S., Iovine, N., Ishihara, A., Jansson, M., Japaridze, G., Jeong, M., Jin, M., Jones, B., Kang, D., Kang, W., Kang, X., Kappes, A., Kappesser, D., Kardum, L., Karg, T., Karl, M., Karle, A., Katz, U., Kauer, M., Kelley, J., Kheirandish, A., Kin, KI., Kiryluk, J., Klein, S., Kochocki, A., Koirala, R., Kolanoski, H., Kontrimas, T., Köpke, L., Kopper, C., Koskinen, J., Koundal, P., Kovacevich, M., Kowalski, M., Kozynets, T., Krupczak, E., Kun, E., Kurahashi, N., Lad, N., Lagunas Gualda, C., Larson, M., Lauber, F., Lazar, J., Lee, J., Leonard, K., Leszczyńska, A., Lincetto, M., Liu, Q., Liubarska, M., Lohfink, E., Love, C., Lozano Mariscal, C. J., Lu, L., Lucarelli, F., Ludwig, A., Luszczak, W., Lyu, Y., Ma, W. Y., Madsen, J., Mahn, K., Makino, Y., Mancina, S., Marie Sainte, W., Mariş, I., Marka, S., Marka, Z., Marsee, M., Martinez-Soler, I., Maruyama, R., McElroy, T., McNally, F., Mead, J. V., Meagher, K., Mechbal, S., Medina, A., Meier, M., Meighen-Berger, S., Merckx, Y., Micallef, J., Mockler, D., Montaruli, T., Moore, R., Morse, B., Moulai, M., Mukherjee, T., Naab, R., Nagai, R., Naumann, U., Nayerhoda, A., Necker, J., Neumann, M., Niederhausen, H., Nisa, M., Nowicki, S., Obertacke Pollmann, A., Oehler, M., Oeyen, B., Olivas, A., Orsoe, R., Osborn, J., O'Sullivan, E., Pandya, H., Pankova, D., Park, N., Parker, G., Paudel, E. N., Paul, L., Pérez De Los Heros, C., Peters, L., Peterson, J., Philippen, S., Pieper, S., Pizzuto, A., Plum, M., Popovych, Y., Porcelli, A., Prado Rodriguez, M., Pries, B., Procter-Murphy, R., Przybylski, G., Raab, C., Rack-Helleis, J., Rameez, M., Rawlins, K., Rechav, Z., Rehman, A., Reichherzer, P., Renzi, G., Resconi, E., Reusch, S., Rhode, W., Richman, M., Riedel, B., Roberts, E., Robertson, S., Rodan, S., Roellinghoff, G., Rongen, M., Rott, C., Ruhe, T., Ruohan, L., Ryckbosch, D., Rysewyk Cantu, D., Safa, I., Saffer, J., Salazar-Gallegos, D., Sampathkumar, P., Sanchez Herrera, S., Sandrock, A., Santander, M., Sarkar, S., Sarkar, S., Schaufel, M., Schieler, H., Schindler, S., Schlüter, B., Schmidt, T., Schneider, J., Schröder, F., Schumacher, L., Schwefer, G., Sclafani, S., Seckel, D., Seunarine, S., Sharma, A., Shefali, S., Shimizu, N., Silva, M., Skrzypek, B., Smithers, B., Snihur, R., Soedingrekso, J., Søgaard, A., Soldin, D., Spannfellner, C., Spiczak, G., Spiering, C., Stamatikos, M., Stanev, T., Stein, R., Stezelberger, T., Stürwald, T., Stuttard, T., Sullivan, G., Taboada, I., Ter-Antonyan, S., Thompson, W., Thwaites, J., Tilav, S., Tollefson, K., Tönnis, C., Toscano, S., Tosi, D., Trettin, A., Tung, C. F., Turcotte, R., Twagirayezu, J. P., Ty, B., Unland Elorrieta, M., Upshaw, K., Valtonen-Mattila, N., Vandenbroucke, J., Van Eijndhoven, N., Vannerom, D., Van Santen, J., Vara, J., Veitch-Michaelis, J., Verpoest, S., Veske, D., Walck, C., Wang, W., Watson, T. B., Weaver, C., Weigel, P., Weindl, A., Weldert, J., Wendt, C., Werthebach, J., Weyrauch, M., Whitehorn, N., Wiebusch, C., Willey, N., Williams, D., Wolf, M., Wrede, G., Wulff, J., Xu, X., Yanez, J. P., Yildizci, E., Yoshida, S., Yu, S., Yuan, T., Zhang, Z. & Zhelnin, P., 4 Jan 2024, In: Cryosphere. 18, 1, p. 75-102 28 p.

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  • Observation of Seven Astrophysical Tau Neutrino Candidates with IceCube

    Icecube Collaboration, 12 Apr 2024, In: Physical Review Letters. 132, 15, 151001.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

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    2 Scopus citations
  • Search for 10-1000 GeV Neutrinos from Gamma-Ray Bursts with IceCube

    Icecube Collaboration, 1 Apr 2024, In: Astrophysical Journal. 964, 2, 126.

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    Open Access
    2 Scopus citations
  • Search for Continuous and Transient Neutrino Emission Associated with IceCube’s Highest-energy Tracks: An 11 yr Analysis

    Icecube Collaboration, 1 Mar 2024, In: Astrophysical Journal. 964, 1, 40.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    Open Access
    1 Scopus citations