I am a JSI Prize postdoc fellow working at the Unversity of Maryland and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. My research focuses on understanding the Universe through its energetic messengers, including ultrahigh energy cosmic rays, gamma rays, and high-energy neutrinos. I received my PhD from the University of Chicago in 2015.

Contact: kefang@umd.edu

Selected publications (full list at arXiv ADS):
High-Energy Neutrinos from Millisecond Magnetars formed from the Merger of Binary Neutron Stars       K. Fang & B. D. Metzger     1707.04263
Linking High-Energy Cosmic Particles by Black Hole Jet Embedded in Large-Scale Structures
      K. Fang & K. Murase     1704.00015
The Highest-energy Cosmic Rays Cannot Be Dominantly Protons from Steady Sources
     K. Fang & K. Kotera     ApJL, 832,1 (2016)
Identifying Ultrahigh-energy Neutrino Sources with Future Detectors
     K. Fang & K. Kotera, M. C. Miller, K. Murase, F. Oikonomou     JCAP 12 (2016) 017
A New Method for Finding Point Sources in High-energy Neutrino Data
     K. Fang & M. C. Miller     ApJ 826,2 (2016)
The Anisotropy of the Extragalactic Radio Background from Dark Matter Annihilation
     K. Fang & T. Linden     PRD 91, 083501 (2015)
High-Energy Neutrino Signatures of Newborn Pulsars In the Local Universe
     K. Fang    JCAP 06 (2015) 004
Testing the Newborn Pulsar Origin of Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays with EeV Neutrinos
     K. Fang, K. Kotera, K. Murase, A. V. Olinto    PRD 90, 103005 (2014)
Newly-born Pulsars as Sources of Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays
     K. Fang, K. Kotera, A. V. Olinto    ApJ 750, 118 (2012)