Multi-messenger Astrophysics for observing the high-energy universe

by Prof. Teresa Montaruli (Université de Genève)

Auditorium (Complexo Interdisciplinar (3is))


Complexo Interdisciplinar (3is)

LIP-Lisboa, 3Is, Av. Gama Pinto, 2, 1649-003 Lisboa, Portugal

I will describe how photons can be complemented for the observation of the non-thermal universe by neutrinos and gravitational way.
IceCube, with its cubic-kilometric volume deep in the ice of the South Pole, is now monitoring the sky looking for neutrino flares of compact objects like pulsars and black holes.
I will present its recent results on cosmic exploration and on fundamental physics such as neutrino oscillations.