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par Francois Legrand - 1er février 2011

Aujourd'hui Jeudi 07 Décembre 2023

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  • Séminaire
    Amphi charpak
    2023-12-11 à 14:00
  • Evénement
    Salle des Séminaires 12-220RC-08
    2023-12-11 à 07:00

    LA-CoNGA physics Network School is an international event to share experiences and practices with students and instructors of the LA-CoNGA Physics project. In this event, the students will have the opportunity to discuss the results of their internships with classmates and experienced researchers from the institutions' members of the consortium.  

    LA-CoNGA physics (Latin-american Alliance for Capacity buildiNG in Advanced physics) is an ERASMUS+ CBHE project aiming to support the modernization of university infrastructure and its pedagogical offer in advanced physics in four Latin-American countries: Colombia, Ecuador, Perú and Venezuela. This project is co-funded by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission. Our teaching and research network comprises three partner universities in Europe and eight in Latin America, high-level scientific partners (CEA, CERN, CNRS, DESY, ICTP), and several and two industrial partners. 

  • Séminaire
    Amphi charpak
    2023-12-13 à 11:00

    On February 23, 1987, neutrinos from a supernova explosion in the Large Magellanic Cloud were observed for the first time in the world. Observations of supernova neutrinos, which are emitted from supernova explosions caused by gravitational collapse at the center of massive stars during the final stage of their evolution, are important for various topics in astrophysics, including the history of star formation and the mechanism of supernova explosions. Therefore, supernova neutrinos have been actively studied both observationally and theoretically. In particular, Super-Kamiokande, which entered a new phase as SK-Gd in 2020, is expected to bring drastic progress in supernova neutrino research. Furthermore, the Hyper-Kamiokande is scheduled to start operation in 2027, and its construction is underway. It will have about 10 times larger volume than Super-Kamiokande, and supernova neutrino observations will also enter the phase of precision measurements. In this seminar, I will talk about recent progress and prospects of supernova neutrino research.

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Jeudi 07 Décembre 2023

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