May 29, 2016 to June 3, 2016
Europe/Paris timezone

Latest results in data from the ANTARES experiment

Jun 2, 2016, 5:50 PM
20m
Gaston d'Orléans

Gaston d'Orléans

Château de Blois, Blois, Loire Valley, France

Speaker

Irene Di Palma (INFN Rome)

Summary

The ANTARES experiment has been running in its final configuration since 2008. It is the largest neutrino
telescope in the Northern hemisphere. After the discovery of a cosmic neutrino diffuse flux by the IceCube detector, the search for its origin has become a key mission in high-energy astrophysics. Particularly interesting is the indication (although not significant with the present IceCube statistics) of an excess of signal events from
the Southern sky region. The search program also includes multi-messenger analyses based on time and/or space coincidences with other cosmic probes. The ANTARES observatory is sensitive to a wide-range of other
phenomena, from atmospheric neutrino oscillations to dark matter annihilation or potential exotics such as nuclearites and magnetic monopoles. The most recent results are reported.

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