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Physics GAPP: Towards EeV Neutrino Astronomy with GRAND
Add to Calendar 2023-10-10T18:00:00 2023-10-10T19:00:00 UTC Physics GAPP: Towards EeV Neutrino Astronomy with GRAND 339 Davey Laboratory
Start DateTue, Oct 10, 2023
2:00 PM
End DateTue, Oct 10, 2023
3:00 PM
Presented By
Kumiko Kotera, IAP
Event Series: GAPP Seminar

We are living exciting times: we are now able to probe the most violent events of the Universe with diverse messengers (cosmic rays, neutrinos, photons and gravitational waves). One challenge to complete the multi-messenger picture resides in the highest energies, as no ultra-high energy neutrinos have been observed yet. This challenge could be undertaken by the GRAND (Giant Radio Array for Neutrino Detection) project, which aims at detecting ultra-high energy particles, with a colossal array of 200'000 antennas over 200'000 km2, split into ~20 sub-arrays of ~10'000 km2 deployed worldwide. In this talk, we will present the status of the GRAND prototypes, the preliminary designs and simulation results, and the rich research program made possible by the proposed sensitivity and angular resolution.