Cosmic Messages in Ghostly Bottles
Workshop

 

"Cosmic Messages in Ghostly Bottles:
Astrophysical Neutrino Sources and Identification"

Thursday February 27 through Friday February 28, 2014
Location: Room 4122, Physics Research Building
Organized by: Sheldon Campbell and Carsten Rott
Program Advisor: Kohta Murase


The Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics (CCAPP) at The Ohio State University (OSU) is holding a workshop on "Cosmic Messages in Ghostly Bottles: Astrophysical Neutrino Sources and Identification" in Columbus, Ohio February 27-28, 2014.


The workshop will bring together experts on the theoretically viable astrophysical sources of high-energy neutrinos with experimentalists working on current and future neutrino-detection experiments.


The purpose of the workshop is to identify key observables that would identify the source(s) of the IceCube astrophysical signal, and discuss the ideal experiments that would provide the necessary information.


  • Confirmed speakers for the workshop include:
        • Markus Ahlers
        • Kfir Blum
        • Amy Connolly
        • Ke Fang
        • Kazumi Kashiyama
        • Claudio Kopper
        • Kohta Murase
        • Kenny Ng
        • Carl Pfendner
        • Mary Hall Reno
        • Carsten Rott

  • CONTACT INFORMATION
    Please contact Sheldon Campbell (shscampbell@gmail.com) with any workshop questions.

 

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