Perspectives in Astroparticle physics from High Energy Neutrinos

from Monday, 25 September 2017 (09:00) to Tuesday, 26 September 2017 (23:00)
Napoli

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
25 Sep 2017
26 Sep 2017
AM
10:20
High-energy neutrino observations and perspectives - Antonio Capone (ROMA1) (until 12:00) ()
10:20 IceCube: Building a New Window on the Universe - Prof. Francis Halzen (University of Wisconsin Madison)   ()
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10:45 Status and prospects of the IceCube neutrino telescope - Dr Markus Ackermann (DESY)   ()
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11:10 Status of the ANTARES neutrino telescope and KM3NeT perspectives - Ms Dorothea Samtleben (NIKHEF, Amsterdam)   ()
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11:35 Particle physics with neutrino telescopes - Carlos de los Heros (Uppsala University)   ()
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09:00
High-energy neutrino observations and perspectives - Eligio Lisi (BA) (until 10:40) ()
09:00 The neutrino role in multi-messenger strategies - Maurizio Spurio (BO)   ()
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09:25 HE neutrino detection with acousticand radio techniques: a state of the art summary - Giorgio Maria Riccobene (LNS)   ()
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09:50 Experiments on satellites : status and future perspectives in connection with Neutrinos experiments - Aldo Morselli (ROMA2)   ()
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10:15 Sensitivity for tau neutrinos at PeV energies and beyond with the MAGIC telescopes - Dr Dariusz Gora (Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, PL-31342 Krakow, Poland)   ()
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10:40 --- Coffee Break ---
11:20
New physics at high-energy neutrino telescopes -Dr Pasquale Dario Serpico (CNRS, Laboratoire d'Annecy-le-Vieux de Physique Théorique (LAPTh), France) (until 13:00) ()
11:20 Probing origin of matter from RH neutrinos with IceCube - Pasquale Di Bari (University of Southampton)   ()
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11:45 A consistent model for leptogenesis, dark matter and the IceCube signal - Dr Viviana Niro (ITP, Heidelberg)   ()
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12:10 On the high-energy IceCube neutrinos - Dr Sergio Palomares-Ruiz (IFIC (UV-CSIC))   ()
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12:35 Neutrino lines produced by DM annihilation: a model-building perspective for neutrino telescopes - Prof. Thomas Hambye   ()
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PM
12:00 --- Lunch ---
13:30
Astrophysical sources and Backgrounds & Multimessenger physics - Sergio Pastor (IFIC (CSIC-Univ Valencia)) (until 16:00) ()
13:30 High energy neutrino astronomy: What have we learned? - Prof. Eli Waxman (Weizmann Institute)   ()
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13:55 The prompt atmospheric neutrino flux - Dr Rikard Enberg (Uppsala University)   ()
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14:20 Neutrinos from Gamma-Ray Bursts, and tests of the UHECR paradigm - Dr Walter Winter (DESY)   ()
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14:45 Extreme blazars as counterparts of extreme messengers - Prof. Elisa Resconi   ()
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15:10 PeV neutrinos, gamma rays, and cosmic rays from distant blazars - Prof. Alexander Kusenko (UCLA and Kavli IPMU)   ()
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15:35 Multimessenger Aspects of Cosmic Neutrinos - Dr Markus Ahlers (UW-Madison)   ()
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16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
16:40
Multimessenger physics & New physics at high-energy neutrino telescopes -Dr Fabio Iocco (ICTP-SAIFR) (until 19:00) ()
16:40 Future Wide Field of View Experiments: from Gamma-Ray Astronomy to Cosmic Rays - Giuseppe Di Sciascio (ROMA2)   ()
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17:05 UHECRs & Neutrinos - Prof. Enrique Zas (IGFAE - University of Santiago)   ()
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17:30 High energy cosmic rays and the production of cosmogenic neutrinos and gamma-rays - Roberto Aloisio (Gran Sasso Science Institute)   ()
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17:55 PeV Neutrinos from Heavy Relic Decays in Early Universe - Prof. Takeo Moroi   ()
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18:20 Interpreting the IceCube neutrinos by decaying heavy DM - Dr Arman Esmaili (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro)   ()
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20:00 --- Social Dinner ---
13:00 --- Lunch ---
14:30
Astrophysical sources and backgrounds - Maurizio Paolillo (NA) (until 16:10) ()
14:30 IceCube spectral anomaly - Dr Francesco Vissani (Gssi)   ()
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14:55 Expectations for high energy diffuse galactic neutrinos for different cosmic ray distributions - Francesco Lorenzo Villante (AQ)   ()
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15:20 Looking for sources of astrophysical neutrinos - Dmitri SEMIKOZ (APC, Paris)   ()
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15:45 Minimal models for extragalactic cosmic rays and neutrinos - Michael Kachelriess (NTNU)   ()
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16:10 --- Coffee Break ---
16:50
Astrophysical sources and Backgrounds & Multimessenger physics -Dr Mariam Tortola (IFIC (Univ Valencia-CSIC)) (until 18:10) ()
16:50 Cosmic ray hardening in the inner Galaxy and its gamma-ray and neutrino imprints - Dario Grasso (PI)   ()
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17:15 Diffuse high energy neutrino factories in our Galaxy - Antonio Marinelli (PI)   ()
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17:40 Gravitational Waves: An Entire New Window on to the Cosmos - Dr Irene Di Palma (ROMA1)   ()
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18:10 --- Closing Remarks ---
19:00
Poster Session (until 20:00) ()
19:00 Cosmic neutrino oscillations and tau neutrino in IceCube - Carlo Mascaretti (GSSI)   ()
Poster
19:00 Extending the search for high-energy muon neutrinos from GRBs with ANTARES - Silvia Celli (Gran Sasso Science Institute)   ()
19:00 Interpreting IceCube 6-year HESE data as an evidence for hundred TeV decaying Dark Matter - Marco Chianese (NA)   ()
19:00 POCAM: The Precision Optical CAlibration Module for IceCube-Gen2: first prototype - Ms Immacolata Carmen Rea (TUM)   ()
19:00 Probing neutrino oscillations with large volume telescopes - Pablo Fernandez De Salas (IFIC (CSIC - UV))   ()
19:00 Spin, Torsion and NEC in Traversable Wormholes - Dr Mattia Manfredonia (Dipartimento di Fisica Ettore Pancini, Universita' di Napoli Federico II)   ()
19:00 The contribution of galactic sources to the diffuse high-energy neutrinos signal - Giulia Pagliaroli (GSSI)   ()
Poster
19:00 Use of ANTARES and IceCube data to constrain single power-law neutrino flux - Rosa Mele (N)   ()
20:00 --- Excursion ---