Dr. Koji Noda (ICRR)
"Gamma-ray Burst Physics with MAGIC and CTA LST"
Gamma-Ray Bursts (GRBs) are the most luminous objects in the Universe. Their origins are considered to be a collapsing death of a massive star, or a neutron star merging with another neutron star or with a blackhole. However, the physical processes happening in the objects are not yet revealed well. A long-awaited detection by Cherenkov telescopes will be a key ingredient to elucidate the GRB emission mechanism. In this seminar, observations of GRBs with MAGIC telescopes are reviewed, and the expected physics cases with Large Size Telescopes of Cherenkov Telescope Array project are introduced.