EP Seminar

Recent Results from IceCube and a Glimpse of the Neutrino Astronomy’s Future

by Jeffrey Lazar (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

500/1-001 - Main Auditorium (CERN)

500/1-001 - Main Auditorium


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In the decade since its completion, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory has enabled immense progress in neutrino astronomy. Beginning with the detection of the diffuse astrophysical neutrino flux and continuing to the present day, IceCube has continued to further our understanding of astrophysics, fundamental neutrino physics, and fundamental particle physics. While these are invaluable first steps, high-energy astrophysical neutrinos have more to reveal than IceCube alone can glean. In this talk, I will first present recent IceCube results. I will then describe the growing global network of neutrino telescopes and the potential for open-source research within this network. Finally, I will present a proposal for the next-generation Tau Air-Shower Mountain-Based Observatory.

Refreshments will be served at 10:30.

Organized by

Tancredi Carli, Jan Fiete Grosse-Oetringhaus and Michelangelo Mangano

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