Qualifications & Memberships
My main areas of research are cosmology and astrophysics. Recently, I have become interested in the problem of identifying the nature of dark matter. Although dark matter appears to be about six times as numerous as ordinary matter, it has not yet been detected non-gravitationally. Currently, I am investigating the use of gamma-ray observations to constrain models of dark matter self-annhilation.
- Gordon C. (2017) Is the Galactic Centre Excess due to the X-shaped stellar over-density in the Galactic bulge? Congress Center Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany: 7th International Fermi Symposium, 16 Oct 2017
- Ploeg H., Gordon C., Crocker R. and Macias O. (2017) Consistency between the luminosity function of resolved millisecond pulsars and the galactic center excess. Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (8) ARTN 015 http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1475-7516/2017/08/015.
- Gordon C. (2016) Accounting for secondary emission in the Galactic Center gamma-ray excess. Palm Cove, Queensland: The Multi-Messenger Astrophysics of the Galactic Centre.
- Lacroix T., Macias O., Gordon C., Panci P., Bœhm C. and Silk J. (2016) Spatial morphology of the secondary emission in the Galactic Center gamma-ray excess. Physical Review D 93(10) http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.93.103004.
- Macias O., Gordon C., Crocker R. and Profumo S. (2015) Cosmic Rays Interacting with Molecular Clouds in the Galactic Center. The Hague, Netherlands: 34th International Cosmic Ray Conference, 20 Jul-6 Aug 2015. In Proceedings of Science PoS(ICRC2015): 902. http://pos.sissa.it/archive/conferences/236/902/ICRC2015_902.pdf.