I have published more than 80 publications in high-energy astroparticle physics under peer review process; 30+ in small collaborations (typically 2-5 persons), 15 as first or only author.
According to INSPIRES-HEP database my works are cited more than 4000 times with an h-index of 38.

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[1] Mazin, D., Raue, M., Behera, B. et al., Potential of EBL and cosmology studies with the Cherenkov Telescope Array, APh 43 (2013) 241, doi: 10.1016/ j.astropartphys.2012.09.002

[2] Aleksic et al (The MAGIC Collaboration), MAGIC Discovery of Very High Energy Emission from the FSRQ PKS 1222+21, ApJ 730 (2011) L8

[3] Raue, M. and Mazin D., Potential of the next generation VHE instruments to probe the EBL (I): The low- and mid-VHE, Astroparticle Physics 34 (2010) 245

[4] Acciari, et al. (The MAGIC, H.E.S.S and VERITAS Collaborations and VLBA 43 GHz M87 Monitoring Team), Radio Imaging of the Very-High-Energy Gamma- Ray Emission Region in the Central Engine of a Radio Galaxy , Science Express, 2nd July 2009

[5] Tavecchio, F. & Mazin, D. Intrinsic absorption in 3C 279 at GeV-TeV energies and consequences for estimates of the EBL, MNRAS Astronomy 392 (2009) L40- L44

[6] Raue, M., Kneiske T.M., & Mazin, D. First stars and the extragalactic background light: How recent gamma-ray observations constrain the early universe, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 498 (2009) 25-35

[7] Albert, J. et al. (The MAGIC Collaboration), Very high energy gamma rays from a distant Quasar: How transparent is the Universe? Science 320 (2008) 1752

[8] Mazin, D. and Raue, M., New limits on the density of the extragalactic background light in the optical to the far infrared from the spectra of all known TeV blazars, Astronomy and Astrophysics 471 (2007) 439-452

[9] Mazin, D. and Goebel, F., Break in the Very High Energy Spectrum of PG 1553+113: New Upper Limit on Its Redshift, ApJ 655 (2007) L13-L16

[10] Albert, J. et al. (The MAGIC Collaboration), Discovery of very high energy gamma-rays from 1ES1011+496 at z=0.212, ApJ 667 (2007) L21-L24


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