- May 5, 2022, 1:00 pm US/Central
- Curia II
We are pleased to host Carlos Arguelles Delgado from Harvard University
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a gigaton-scale ice-Cherenkov detector near the geographical South Pole, has detected large samples of atmospheric neutrinos spanning the 10 GeV to 100 TeV energy range. Additionally, it has detected an extraterrestrial high-energy neutrino component predominantly of extragalactic origin. Using both high-energy atmospheric and astrophysical neutrinos, it has performed searches for phenomena arising from new, Beyond the Standard Model physics. In this seminar, I will review recent searches for non-standard interactions, sterile neutrinos, and Lorentz Violation performed using these data sets. Additionally, I will provide the status and prospects for the next-generation IceCube neutrino detectors.
Zoom connection details and instructions can be found below; in the interest of a productive virtual seminar, we would appreciate it if you could review the following guidelines for the meeting.
Sophie, Tanaz, Vedran