Particle Physics with Neutrino Telescopes

Friday March 19th, 12:00h, IFAE seminar room

Speaker: Carlos de los Heros (Uppsala University)

Second-generation neutrino telescopes are being built to explore the high energy neutrino sky, searching for cosmological point sources of neutrinos.
However, such detectors can be used to address a range of questions related to particle physics, from dark matter and exotic particle searches to tests of fundamental laws. I will discuss a selection of these topics and present the current status of experimental searches, concentrating on results from IceCube.

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