Post-doctoral position: Probing core-collapse supernovae with neutrinos At the AstroParticles and Cosmology laboratory

The LEAK team at APC is looking for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on the detection and characterization of Core-Collapse Supernovae (CCSNe) at KM3NeT, DUNE, and DarkSide. CCSNe are an essential component of the dynamics of the Universe, leading to the formation of neutron stars and stellar black holes, as well as paving the way to the birth of new stars. The observation of SN1987A as well as increasingly precise CCSN simulations indicated that neutrinos produced in the core of the collapsing star play a crucial role in the CCSN evolution. In addition to providing a complete recording of the core-collapse process, observing neutrinos from a CCSN would allow us to send alerts to optical telescopes as well as an analysis window for gravitational wave detection. 


Sonia El Hedri (elhedri AT



Vendredi, 17 décembre, 2021

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