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SN neutrinos at the crossroads: astrophysics, oscillations, and detection

Registration closed 23/04/2019.


Susan Driessen
+39 0461 314722
Monday, 13 May, 2019 - 08:00 to Friday, 17 May, 2019 - 14:00
ECT* meeting room

The next Galactic supernova (SN) would be a once in a lifetime event for particle astrophysics, offering a unique opportunity for a multi-messenger detection of gravitational waves, neutrinos of all flavors, and multi-wavelength photons. The aim of the workshop is to review and discuss the recent advances in the study of SN neutrinos and future perspectives, ranging from SN simulations, neutrino oscillations, nucleosynthesis, gravitational waves, and SN neutrino experimental searches. The workshop is structured to address these broad issues in a synergistic interdisciplinary way and to stimulate discussions and collaborations among scientists working on SN neutrinos from different perspectives.

Registration period: 
25 Feb 2019 to 22 Apr 2019


Alessandro Mirizzi University of Bari
Basudeb Dasgupta Tata Institute for Fundamental Research


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
abbarsajadAPC (Paris)France
BalantekinBahaUniversity of WisconsinUSA
BeacomJohnOhio State UniversityUnited States
BetranhandyAuroreStockholm UniversitySweden
CapozziFrancescoMax Planck Institute For PhysicsGermany
ChakrabortySovanIndian Institute of Technology, GuwahatiIndia
CherryJohnUniversity of South DakotaSD
DasguptaBasudebTata Institute for Fundamental Research, MumbaiIndia
DigheAmolTata Institute of Fundamental ResearchIndia
DöringChristianMax-Planck-Institut für KernphysikGermany
FischerTobiasInstitute of Theoretical Physics, University of WroclawPoland
FrohlichCarlaNorth Carolina State UniversityUSA
FullerGeorgeUniversity of California, San DiegoUSA
Gallo RossoAndreaLaurentian UniversityCanada
GiannottiMaurizioBarry UniversityFLORIDA
HoriuchiShunsakuVirginia TechUSA
JankaHans-ThomasMax Planck Institute for AstrophysicsGermany
KotakeKeiFukuoka UniversityJapan
KulikovskiyVladimirINFN Sezione di GenovaItaly
KushnirDoronWeizmann Institute of ScienceIsrael
KöpkeLutzJohannes Gutenberg University MainzGermany
LangankeKarlheinzGSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbHGermany
LiHuilingInstitute of High Energy PhysicsChina
Maria CristinaVolpeAstroparticules et Cosmologie (APC)FRANCE
MartelliniCristinaUniversity of Roma TreItaly
Martinez-PinedoGabrielGSI DarmstadtGermany
MezzacappaAnthonyUniversity of TennesseeUnited States
MirizziAlessandroUniversity of BariItaly
O'ConnorEvanStockholm UniversitySweden
OrekhovVsevolodJohannes Gutenberg-Universität MainzGermany
RaffeltGeorgMax Planck Institute for PhysicsGermany
ScholbergKateDuke UniversityUSA
SenManibrataNorthwestern UniversityUnited States of America
ShalgarShashankNiels Bohr InstituteDenmark
SieverdingAndreUniversity of MinnesotaUSA
SiglGünterUniversität HamburgGermany
SmirnovAlexeiMax-Planck-Institut fuer KernphysikGermany
StaplefordCharlesNorth Carolina State UniversityUnited States of America
StirnerTobiasMax Planck Institute for PhysicsGermany
StranieroOscarItalian National Instutute of AstrophysicsItaly
StringerMarkQueen Mary University of LondonUnited Kingdom
SuligaAnnaNiels Bohr Institute, University of CopenhageDenmark
TamborraIreneNiels Bohr InstituteDenmark
VaginsMarkKavli IPMU/UTokyoJapan
WalkLaurieNiels Bohr InstituteDenmark
WurmMichaelJGU MainzGermany
ZhouShunInstitute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of SciencesChina