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Review article

  1. J. K. Becker, High-energy neutrinos in the context of multimessenger astrophysics, Phys. Reports 458(4-5):173 (2008), arXiv:0710.1557

Peer Review Publications with few authors

  1. A. Czechowski, J. Kleimann, Nanodust dynamics during a coronal mass ejection, Ann. Geophys. 35, 1033-1049(2017)
  2. M. Guenduez, J. Becker Tjus, B. Eichmann, F. Halzen, Identification of Gamma-Rays and Neutrinos from the Cygnus-X Complex Considering Radio Gamma Correlation, Submitted to Astrop. Phy.
  3. J. Kleimann, C. Röken, H. Fichtner, An Improved Analytical Model of the Local Interstellar Magnetic Field: The Extension to Compressibility, ApJ 838:75(2017)
  4. L. Merten, J. Becker Tjus, H. Fichtner, B. Eichmann, G. Sigl,CRPropa 3.1 -- A low energy extension based on stochastic differential equations, Accepted for Publication in JCAP
  5. L. Merten, J. Becker Tjus, B. Eichmann, R.-J. Dettmar, On the non-thermal electron-to-proton ratio at cosmic acceleration sites, accepted for publication in Astrop. Phy.
  6. K. Scherer, H. Fichtner, H. J. Fahr, C. Röken, J. Kleimann, Generalized multi-polytropic Rankine-Hugoniot relations and the entropy condition, ApJ 833:38(2016)
  7. T. Wiengarten, S. Oughton, E. Engelbrecht, H. Fichtner, J. Kleimann, K. Scherer, A generalized two-component model of solar wind turbulence and ab initio diffusion mean free paths and drift lengthscales of cosmic rays, ApJ 833:17(2016)
  8. J. Becker Tjus, B. Eichmann, M. Kroll, N. Nierstenhöfer, Gamma-ray emitting supernova remnants as the origin of Galactic cosmic rays?, Astrop. Phys. 80:1 (2016)
  9. B. Eichmann , J. Becker Tjus, The Radio-Gamma Correlation In Starburst Galaxies, ApJ 821:87(2016)
  10. J. Kleimann, C. Röken, H. Fichtner, J. Heerikhuisen, Toward more realistic analytic models of the heliotail: Incorporating magnetic flattening via distortion flows, ApJ 816:29(2016)
  11. M. Mandelartz, J. Becker Tjus, Prediction of the diffuse neutrino flux from cosmic ray interactions near supernova remnants, Astrop. Phys. 65:80 (2015)
  12. W. Winter, J. Becker Tjus, S.R. Klein, Impact of Secondary Acceleration in Gamma-Ray Bursts, Astron. and Astrophys. 569:A58 (2014)
  13. J. Becker Tjus, B. Eichmann, F. Halzen, A. Kheirandish, S.M. Saba, High-energy neutrinos from radio galaxies, PRD 89(12):123005 (2014)
  14. P.L. Biermann, B.B. Nath, L.I. Caramete, B.C. Harms, T. Stanev, J. Becker Tjus, Cosmic backgrounds due to the formation of the first generation of supermassive black holes, MNRAS 441:1147 (2014)
  15. F. Schuppan, C. Röken, J. Becker Tjus, Theoretical study of ionization profiles of molecular clouds near supernova remnants: Tracing the hadronic origin of GeV gamma radiation, Astron. and Astroph. 567:A50 (2014)
  16. S. R. Klein, R. Mikkelsen, J. Becker Tjus, Muon Acceleration in Cosmic-ray Sources, ApJ 779(2):106 (2013)
  17. J.-H. Köhne, K. Frantzen, M. Schmitz, T. Fuchs, W. Rhode, J. Becker Tjus, and D. Chirkin. PROPOSAL: A tool for lepton propagation, CPC 184(9):2070 (2013)
  18. P.L. Biermann, J. Becker Tjus, E.-S. Seo and M. Mandelartz, Cosmic ray transport and anisotropies, ApJ 768:124 (2013)
  19. I. Saba, J. Becker Tjus, F. Halzen, Limits on the source properties of FR-I galaxies from high-energy neutrino and gamma observations, Astrop.Phys. 48:30 (2013)
  20. A. Fedynitch, J. Becker Tjus, P. Desiati, Influence of hadronic interaction models and the cosmic ray spectrum on the high energy atmospheric muon and neutrino flux, PRD 86:114024 (2012)
  21. F. Schuppan, J. K. Becker, J. H. Black, S. Casanova, Cosmic-ray-induced ionization in molecular clouds adjacent to supernova remnants, Astron. and Astroph. 541:A126 (2012)
  22. J. K. Becker, J. H. Black, M. Safarzadeh, F. Schuppan, Tracing the sources of cosmic rays with molecular ions, ApJL 739(2):L43 (2011)
  23. K. Brodatzki, D. Pardy, J.K. Becker, R. Schlickeiser, Internal gamma-gamma opacity in Active Galactic Nuclei and the consequences for TeV observations of M87 and CenA, ApJ 736:98 (2011)
  24. P. L. Bierman, J. K. Becker, J. Dreyer et al, The origin of cosmic rays: Explosions of massive stars with magnetic winds and their supernova mechanism, ApJ 725(1):184 (2010)
  25. J. K. Becker, F. Halzen, A. O'Murchadha, M. Olivo, Neutrino emission from high-energy component gamma-ray bursts, ApJ 721:1891 (2010)
  26. P.L. Biermann, J.K. Becker et al. The WMAP haze from the galactic center region due to massive stars explosions and a reduced cosmic ray scale height, ApJL 710:L53 (2010)
  27. M.A. Abramowicz, J.K. Becker et al., No observational constraints from hypothetical collisions of hypothetical dark halo primordial black holes with galactic objects, ApJ, 705:659 (2009)
  28. P.L. Biermann, J.K. Becker et al., Cosmic ray electrons and positrons from supernova explosions of massive stars, PRL 103:061101 (2009)
  29. J. K. Becker and Peter L. Biermann, Neutrinos from active black holes, sources of ultra high energy cosmic rays Astrop. Phys.31:138 (2009)
  30. A. Meli, J. K. Becker and J. J. Quenby, On the origin of ultra high energy cosmic rays: Subluminal and superluminal relativistic shocks, Astron. and Astrophys. 492:323 (2008)
  31. J. K. Becker,..., J. Dreyer, ... et al., Astrophysical implications of neutrino flux limits, Astrop. Phys. 28:98 (2007)
  32. J. K. Becker et al., Coincident GRB neutrino flux predictions: Implications for experimental UHE neutrino physics, Astrop. Phys. 25:118 (2006)
  33. J.K. Becker, P.L. Biermann and W. Rhode, The diffuse neutrino flux from FR-II radio galaxies and blazars: A source property based estimate, Astrop. Phys. 23:355 (2005)

Publications within larger Collaborations

The group is part of the IceCube (since 2003) and CTA (since 2010) collaborations and was part of MAGIC (2007-2009) and H.E.S.S. (2010-2015). All publications (collaboration papers and few-author papers) are listed under this Researcher ID: G-8145-2012