12-14 October 2011
Physics Lecture Hall
Europe/Berlin timezone

Coincident searches for high energy neutrinos and gravitational waves with the ANTARES and LIGO/VIRGO detectors

12 Oct 2011, 14:40
HE (Physics Lecture Hall)


Physics Lecture Hall

Hörsaalgebäude - Staudtstraße 5 - 91058 Erlangen - Germany
Physics, reconstruction and software Parallel Session 1


boutayeb bouhou (APC)


A multimessenger approach with gravitational waves (GW) and high-energy neutrinos (HEN) is expected to open new perspectives in the study of the most violent astrophysical processes in the Universe. Several experiments (e.g. ANTARES, IceCube, LIGO and VIRGO) are currently recording data and searching for astrophysical sources. A working group gathering physicists from those experiments has been formed, which the aim is to search for any connection between GW and HEN signals. The joint searches focus mainly on the gamma-ray bursts as plausible sources of both GW and HEN. In this talk we present a joint analysis effort, and some recent progresses using data from ANTARES 5Line configuration, and S5/VSR1 data from LIGO and Virgo.

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