21-23 January 2015
Europe/Zurich timezone

Modeling cosmic ray propagation in the Galaxy


Carmelo Evoli (Hamburg University)


At GeV-TeV energies the propagation of CRs is diffusive. Current models of galactic propagation are based on a simplified approach for which diffusion is constant and isotropic. In fact, diffusion transport must be described as in-homogenous and anisotropic and experimental data have now reached an accuracy that allows to study such effects. In my talk, I will present some of the consequences of adopting realistic diffusion models for the propagation of galactic CRs, and I will show how these models allow a better understanding of local observations and diffusion emissions within an unified framework.

Primary author

Carmelo Evoli (Hamburg University)

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