Search for HE astrophysical neutrinos
- Antonio Capone (ROMA1)
Dr Summer Blot (DESY)
Since its discovery of the astrophysical neutrino flux, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory has continued to provide invaluable knowledge about both potential neutrino sources and neutrino properties at the GeV-PeV scale through its detection of neutrino interactions via Cherenkov radiation in the deep South Pole ice. In addition, IceCube is a strong partner in the field of multi-messenger...
Dr Juan de Dios Zornoza (IFIC)
Neutrino astronomy is in an exciting moment. The discovery of a cosmic flux of high energy neutrinos by IceCube heralds a new era in which neutrinos have finally joined the multi-messenger study of the Universe. This new important window complements more “traditional” probes (as cosmic rays or photons), given the particular combination of characteristics of neutrinos (neutral, stable and...
Dr Olga Suvorova (INR RAS)
Next generation cubic kilometer scale neutrino telescope Baikal-GVD is currently under construction in Lake Baikal. The detector is specially designed for search of high energies neutrinos whose sources are not yet reliably identified. Since April 2018 the telescope has been successfully operated in complex of three functionally independent clusters i.e. sub-arrays of optical modules (OMs)...
Prof. dafne guetta (ORT Braude College)
With the contemporary operation of the IceCube and Advanced LIGO facilities, we are now able to observe the universe using two new, distinct astrophysical messengers. In addition to photons from radio waves to gamma-rays, we can now, for the first time, simultaneously observe the sky with high-energy neutrinos and gravitational waves . This new era of multimessenger astrophysics offers a...