Room: Compton 260
Department of Physics
Washington University in St. Louis
1 Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130
+1 314-935-8953
my_last_name (at) physics.wustl.edu

Manel Errando

I am an Assistant Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, working in the Department of Physics.

My work is in high-energy astrophysics, studying black holes and active galactic nuclei with gamma-ray and X-ray telescopes.

Research Interests

Teaching

Newsworthy

Selected publications

A Luminous and Isolated Gamma-Ray Flare from the Blazar B2 1215+30, Astrophys. J. 836 (2017) 205
Gamma rays from the quasar PKS 1441+25, Astrophys. J. Lett. 815 (2015) 22
Global Changes in the RNA Binding Specificity of HIV-1 Gag Regulate Virion Genesis, Cell 159 (2014) 1096
Search for Gamma-ray-emitting Active Galactic Nuclei in the Fermi-LAT Unassociated Sample Using Machine Learning, Astrophys. J. 782 (2014) 41
Discovery of a new TeV Gamma-ray Source: VER J0521+211, Astrophys. J. 776 (2013) 69
Gamma-ray Observational properties of TeV-detected Blazars, Astrophys. J. 764 (2013) 119
Gamma-Ray Emission from Two Blazars Behind the Galactic Plane: B2013+370 and B2023+336, Astrophys. J. 746 (2012) 159
A new approach to study energy-dependent arrival delays on photons from astrophysical sources, Astropart. Phys. 31 (2009) 226
Discovery of a Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Signal from the 3C 66A/B Region, Astrophys. J. Lett. 692 (2009) 29
Probing quantum gravity using photons from a flare of the active galactic nucleus Markarian 501 observed by the MAGIC telescope, Phys. Lett. B 668 (2008) 253
Very-High-Energy gamma rays from a Distant Quasar: How Transparent Is the Universe?, Science 320 (2008) 1752

Contact information

Room: Compton 260
Department of Physics
Washington University in St. Louis
1 Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130
+1 314-935-8953
email: my_last_name (at) physics.wustl.edu