Here is a brief overview of some of the several contributions in which APC was involved:
Luigi Fusco presented the latest update on the search for a diffuse neutrino flux with the ANTARES telescope. Julien Aublin also showed new results from ANTARES with an innovative approach to search for source populations emitting neutrinos. Marta Colomer, PhD student at APC and IFIC, discussed the ANTARES results of the follow-up of compact binary mergers detected with LIGO and Virgo interferometers.
Makarim Bouyahiaoui, another PhD student at APC, showed that some of the high-energy astrophysical neutrinos detected so far could come from the local Bubble in our galaxy.
Several posters were also presented among which:
- the recent development of Supernova neutrino searches using KM3NeT
- the potential of KM3NeT to detect GeV astrophysical neutrinos
- how atmospheric neutrinos can help in Earth Tomography
- the results of the first search for solar flare neutrinos using IceCube. This poster, presented by Gwenhaël de Wasseige, won one of the best poster awards.