We are delighted to announce that we will have an Astroparticle Physics Seminar talk given by Marta Colomer from Université de Paris, Laboratoire APC & Universitat de València, IFIC on May 28th. Please join and welcome her talk together.
This seminar will be held virtually via ZOOM teleconference due to the recommended social distancing in Korea over the current coronavirus situation. Please contact Prof. Rott to get the detail connection information beforehand to join the seminar.
Title: Multi-messenger astronomy with neutrino telescopes [Presentation_slides]
Speaker: Marta Colomer (PhD candidate) (Université de Paris, Laboratoire APC & Universitat de València, IFIC)
Date & Time: Thursday, May 28th, 2020. 16:00 (9:00 CEST)
Place: Virtual (via ZOOM)
Abstract: Neutrinos are the most enigmatic particles of the universe. The neutrino detection with Cherenkov detectors will be discussed, presenting the methods for making neutrino astronomy with these telescopes at low and high energies. The motivation of multi-messenger analyses will be highlighted and the latest results on neutrino searches from gravitational-wave sources with the data of the ANTARES detector will be shown.
The focus will be given in a final part to the search of core-collapse supernova neutrinos with the KM3NeT detectors. The main points about the astrophysical mechanism as well as the motivation for these searches is discussed. The first real-time results and updated sensitivity studies will be presented.