SEZIONE DI ROMA III
Topical afternoon on the study of neutrinos from astrophysical sources and the atmosphere with under-water experiments in the South Pole and in the Mediterranean. An overview is presented of both the present phenomenological picture and experimental techniques, with an outlook on the future potential on the determination of fundamental neutrino properties and the information they can provide about astrophysical events that happened far-away.
The level will be suitable for PhD students upwards, so everyone is encouraged to attend the workshop!
14.30 Introduction, D. Meloni (RM3) - G. Salamanna (RM3)
14.45 F.Halzen (WIPAC and Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison): "IceCube: Opening a New Window on the Universe from the South Pole."
15.45 W.Winter (DESY): "Astrophysical neutrinos in the multi-messenger context"
16.45 A.Kouchner (APC and Université de Paris 7, Diderot): "Astroparticle & Oscillations Research with Deep-Sea Neutrino Telescopes"
18.00-18.10 Closing remarks