Jun 28 – 30, 2022
Europe/Zurich timezone

The KM3NeT Collaboration is organizing the second Town Hall Meeting to promote its multi-messenger programs. KM3NeT is instrumenting two deep-sea neutrino detectors in the Mediterranean Sea, a low energy site ORCA in France (3 GeV; 10 TeV) and a high energy site ARCA in Italy (~1 TeV; >10 PeV).  The construction is in progress on both sites, and a larger sensitivity is already achieved in the whole energy range compared to the ANTARES detector. Thanks to the unprecedented angular resolution, the extended energy range (few MeV; >10 PeV) and the full sky coverage, KM3NeT will play an important role in the rapidly evolving multi-messenger field. During this workshop, we would like to review the most up-to-date neutrino production models and present KM3NeT performances and multi-messenger programs.





Invited speakers (to be defined):


R. Coniglione (INFN LNS Catania)
G.  de Wasseige (UCLouvain)
D.  Dornic (CPPM)
A.  Heijboer (Nikhef)
G. Illuminati (INFN Bologna and University of Bologna)
A. Marinelli (INFN and University of Napoli )
A. Plavin ()
V.  Kulikovskiy (INFN Genova)
P.  Saleza (IFIC)

LOC: To be defined