International Workshop on Multi-messenger Tomography of the Earth

The second Workshop on Multi-Messenger Tomography of the Earth will be held from the 4th to 7th of July, 2023 at Université Paris Cité in Paris (France), jointly organized by Laboratoire AstroParticule et Cosmologie and Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together geoscientists and neutrino physicists to explore new pathways of combining their methodological approaches and data towards a multi-messenger tomography of the Earth.

10 years of Higgs boson: from the discovery to the precision era

Giovanni Marchiori (APC) kindly accepted to give the next colloquium  on Friday January 21st, at 11am CET. Please mark your calendars! As usual these days, the colloquium will be on Zoom.
Details can be found below, the poster is attached here.

See you all in a week,
Matteo and Sonia

Title: (Almost) 10 years of Higgs boson: from the discovery to the precision era


First signs of the Glashow resonance from an astrophysical (anti)neutrino

The Glashow resonance describes the resonant formation of an on-mass W- boson via the scattering of an electron antineutrino and an electron, a process first predicted in 1959. In the electron rest frame, the requisite neutrino energy of 6.3 PeV lies beyond the reach of terrestrial accelerators. However, the discovery of a diffuse flux of astrophysical neutrinos by IceCube gave rise to the possibility of detecting the resonance via high-energy (anti)neutrinos from outer space.

Large TPCs for low-energy rare event detection

Cher(e)s Collègues, dear Colleagues (English version below),

Nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer que le 10ème Symposium on Large TPCs for Low-Energy Rare Events se tiendra :
du 15 au 17 décembre 2021 à l'Université de Paris, amphithéâtre Buffon, 15 rue Hélène Brion à Paris.

Comme lors des précédentes conférences de cette série, la physique et les détecteurs d'événements rares (matière noire, double désintégration bêta, interactions neutrinos, Axions) seront abordés.

Reconstruction of neutrino events in the MicroBooNE detector

MicroBooNE is a Liquid Argon Time Projection Chamber (LArTPC) neutrino experiment on the Booster Neutrino Beamline at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, with an 85-tonne active mass.
One of MicroBooNE’s primary physics goals is to investigate the excess of electron neutrino events seen by MiniBooNE in the [200-600] MeV range.
MicroBooNE will constrain the intrinsic electron neutrino component of the beam by measuring the muon neutrino spectrum.


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