Events List

DateEvent TypeSpeaker
04/02/2024Astro SeminarThales Gutcke [ + ]
04/02/2024Grad Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/03/2024ArXiv DiscussionHEP/Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/03/2024HEP SeminarTaewook Youn [ + ]
04/04/2024Physics Dept ColloquiumItai Cohen [ + ]
04/05/2024HEP Discussion SessionsZare [ + ]
04/09/2024Astro SeminarMatthew McQuinn [ + ]
04/10/2024Special SeminarOr Graur [ + ]
04/10/2024HEP SeminarClifford Cheung [ + ]
04/11/2024Physics Dept ColloquiumKaren Kasza [ + ]
04/12/2024HEP Discussion SessionsZare [ + ]
04/16/2024Grad Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/17/2024ArXiv DiscussionHEP/Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/17/2024HEP SeminarDeog Ki Hong [ + ]
04/17/2024Cosmic Happy HourTony Zhou [ + ]
04/18/2024Informal HEP TalkThomas Faulkner [ + ]
04/18/2024Physics Dept ColloquiumJohn Eiler [ + ]
04/19/2024Informal HEP TalkEdward Mazenc [ + ]
04/19/2024Special SeminarJohn Eiler [ + ]
04/19/2024HEP Discussion SessionsZare [ + ]
04/22/2024CCPP Brown BagDavid Hogg [ + ]
04/23/2024Astro SeminarNikhil Padmanabhan [ + ]
04/23/2024Grad Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/24/2024HEP SeminarT Daniel Brennan [ + ]
04/25/2024Oral DefenseNicholas Faucher [ + ]
04/25/2024Physics Dept ColloquiumDavid Awschalom [ + ]
04/26/2024HEP Discussion SessionsZare [ + ]
04/29/2024CCPP Brown BagGiovanni Verza [ + ]
04/30/2024Astro SeminarAnna Suliga [ -- ]

Title: Core-collapse supernovae as probes of (not only) non-standard neutrino physics
Abstract: Core-collapse supernovae are one of the most complex phenomena in the Universe. Not only are they one of the production sites of the heavy elements that enable the existence of life, but their cores are also one of the densest environments we can probe, albeit indirectly. Core-collapse supernovae are also among the most spectacular and efficient neutrino factories. Detecting these neutrinos can allow us to probe physics in extreme conditions inaccessible on Earth. In this talk, I will discuss how we can prepare for the next nearby supernova neutrino detection to extract as much information as possible from the neutrino signal. I will also talk about how observing neutrinos from all the past collapses in our Universe – the diffuse supernova neutrino background - can help us better understand the supernova population and may provide hints about physics beyond the Standard Model. (2:00 PM - 3:15 PM, 726 Broadway, 940, CCPP Seminar)
04/30/2024Grad Pheno Journal Club [ + ]