Feb 18 – 26, 2021
Europe/Rome timezone

Call for Abstracts

  • Opening day
  • Submission deadline

The XIX International Workshop on Neutrino Telescopes Committees are inviting you to submit your abstract for a talk to be presented in the parallel sessions of the Conference. Acceptance is not guaranteed and it will depend on the schedule of the scientific program.

Plenary Talks and Challenge Talks are given by invited speakers only.

Abstracts are welcome for contributed and flash talks.
Contributed Talks will have 15 + 5 minutes time.
Flash Talks will have 5 minutes time plus a question time at the end of the session. They are intended to substitute the Poster session.

Motivated young researchers are strongly encouraged to apply for "Flash Talks". The best 3 Flash Talks will be awarded with a special mention and some interesting gadgets.

It is mandatory to select the preferred presentation type (contributed talk or flash talk) and the most appropriate scientific track. It is possible to select more than one track.

All submitters will receive a notification of acceptance or rejection to the e-mail address indicated in the abstract, by the beginning of February, if not earlier.

Please find here following some details on the Tracks topics.

Neutrino Masses and Mixings:
Topics include the current status of experimental measurements of oscillation parameters (mixing angles, squared mass differences, CP violation phase), searches for the mass ordering, the neutrino absolute mass scale, a resume of recent results and developments in neutrinoless double beta decay, the state of the art in the search for a light sterile neutrino.

Neutrino Telescopes and Multimessenger:
Topics include neutrinos from galactic and extragalactic astrophysical sources and telescopes and detector arrays for observing them, recent results of cosmic rays, gamma rays, gravitational waves and neutrinos (multi-messenger astrophysics), open issues concerning the interpretation and modelling of recent results, an outlook on future observatories and observation strategies.

Neutrino Theory and Cosmology:
Topics include searches for heavy neutrinos at colliders, phenomenology of lepton CP Violation, phenomenology of sterile neutrinos, cosmology and neutrino physics, phenomenological summary on neutrino properties and a discussion about theoretical models for neutrino masses and mixings.

Topics include any other subject bridging the above ones although not exactly and exclusively fitting in any of them.

The call for abstracts is closed.