The KM3NeT Collaboration is organizing a 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 by mid of 2020, a larger sensitivity is already expected 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.
This meeting is organized with the support of the KM3NeT-INFRADEV European H2020 project, the Labex OCEVU, the Aix-Marseille Université and the CPPM laboratory.
A. Coleiro (APC - Université de Paris)
R. Coniglione (INFN LNS Catania)
P. Coyle (CPPM)
G. de Wasseige (APC)
D. Dornic (CPPM, chairman)
A. Heijboer (Nikhef)
C. James (University of Curtin)
V. Kulikovskiy (INFN Genova)
T. Pradier (IPHC - Université de Strasbourg)
D. Samtleben (Nikhef, University of Leiden)
J. Zornoza (IFIC)
LOC: V. Bertin, P. Coyle, D. Dornic and A. Pèpe (CPPM)