Michael Schubnell

Astrophysicist

I am a Research Scientist in the Physics Department at the University of Michigan. My research is focused on understanding some of the open issues in astrophysics and cosmology. I study cosmic rays, dark energy and dark matter and I focus on how it can best be characterized using both space and ground based instruments. I have worked on numerous projects to detect and characterize cosmic rays, including the Frejus Proton Decay Detector, the Whipple TeV Gamma-Ray Telescope, and the High Energy Antimetter Telescope (HEAT). Between 2000 and 2010 I worked on the near-infrared camera for the SNAP/JDEM project.

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If you have comments, questions, bug reports or suggestions then you are very welcome to contact me: schubnel (at) umich (dot) edu.

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