E12 : Toward an interdisciplinary approach of Fast Radio Bursts

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Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are bright and short flashes of radio waves whose physical origin is still poorly known. Recent discoveries as an event associated with a galactic active magnetar, the amazing periodicities observed in two FRBs, the possibly relevance of the active magnetar models stimulate today new and original programs. We propose in the framework of this exploratory project, by gathering researchers with different expertise’s in observations and theory to contribute to a better understanding of the nature of these remarkable events of the transient sky, with a special emphasis in the high – very high – energy window.

  • PositionName / SurnameLaboratoryGrade / Employer
    LeaderChristian GouiffèsAIMResearcher / CEA
    Co-leaderArache Djanatti-AtaïAPCResearcher / CNRS
    Co-leaderFabrice MottezLUTh (CNRS, Obs. de Paris)Researcher / CNRS
    MemberEmeric Lefloc’hAIMResearcher / CEA
    MemberPhilippe LaurentAIMResearcher / CEA
    MemberAnne LemièreAPCResearcher / CNRS
    MemberJérôme GuilletAIMResearcher / CEA
    MemberPhilippe Zarka LESIA (CNRS, Obs. de Paris, Sorbonne Univ., UP)Researcher / CNRS
    MemberIsmael CognardLPC2E (CNES, CNRS, Univ. d'Orléans)Researcher / CNRS
    MemberAnaëlle MauryAIMResearcher / CEA
    MemberGuillaume VoisinLUTh (CNRS, Obs. de Paris)Researcher / CNRS
    MemberMichel DennefeldIAP (CNRS, Sorbonne Univ.)Researcher / Sorbonne Univ
    MemberBenjamin SchneiderAIMPhD
    MemberJulien GirardAIMResearcher / CEA
    MemberDiego GötzAIMResearcher / CEA