26-30 November 2018
Europe/Vienna timezone

Multimessenger Astronomy and New Neutrino Physics

28 Nov 2018, 17:20
25m
Sitzungssaal

Sitzungssaal

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Dr.-Ignaz-Seipel-Platz 2, 1010 Vienna, AUSTRIA
Invited Talk [10] Multimessenger probes of the universe Multimessenger probes of the universe

Speaker

Kevin Kelly (Fermilab)

Description

With the detection of neutrinos from the blazar TXS 0506+056, we have reignited the field of multimessenger astronomy using neutrinos. The neutrinos detected by IceCube are in a significantly different energy regime than those detected coincident with Supernova 1987A. In this talk, I will discuss how we can use timing and direction coincidence of neutrinos with identified sources as a probe for new physics in the neutrino sector. Specifically, I will explore new neutrino interactions with light mediators, neutrinophilic Dark Matter scenarios, and a situation in which axion dark matter couples to neutrinos.

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Primary author

Kevin Kelly (Fermilab)

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