17-18 March 2016
DESY Hamburg
Europe/Berlin timezone

Scientific Programme

Scientific Program:

Announcement: Please check the "timetable" for details.

The scientific program will address a broad range of topics at the interface between neutrino physics, astronomy and astrophysics. Particular emphasis will be placed on supernova and solar physics. The workshop program will inlcude the following topics:

 • Solar physics
 • CNO neutrinos and metallicity of stars
 • Gammy-ray bursts
 • Supernova physics
 • IceCube and supernova follow-up observations
 • ANTARES
 • HESS
 • TAIGA and HiSCORE
 • Modelling of stellar atmospheres
 • Zwicky Transient Facility

Confirmed Speakers:

 • Alessio Caminata (Genova): Monte Carlo simulations in neutrino physics: the example of the SOX experiment
 • Francesca Cavanna (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sezione di Genova): Latest results from LUNA experiment
 • Stefano Davini (GSSI-LNGS): CNO neutrinos and metallicity of stars
 • Davide Franco (APC): Solar neutrino detection in a large volume double-phase liquid argon experiment
 • Saskia Hekker (Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Göttingen): Asteroseismology
 • Ignacio Izaguirre (MPI for Physics/Werner-Heisenberg-Institut): Diffuse neutrinos from extragalactic supernova remnants: Dominating the 100 TeV IceCube flux
 • Clancy James (ECAP): Radio emission from energetic particle cascades
 • Marek Kowalski (DESY Zeuthen and HU-Berlin): Introduction to the Zwicky Transient Facility
 • Josefin Larsson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology): The ejecta of supernova 1987A
 • Bruno Leibundgut (ESO, Garching): Review Talk about SN1987A
 • Sebastian Lorenz (Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz): Neutrino astrophysics with JUNO
 • Valentina Lozza (IKTP - TU Dresden): The SNO+ experiment: current status and future prospects
 • Livia Ludhova (Aachen and Jülich): Neutrino Geoscience
 • Nicoletta Mauri (INFN - Bologna): The atmospheric muon charge ratio: a probe to constrain the atmospheric neutrino/anti-neutrino ratio
 • Cornelia Müller (Radboud University Nijmegen): Gamma-ray blazars as possible PeV neutrino sources
 • Daniela Paoletti (INAF/IASF -Bologna -INFN Bologna): Planck 2015 cosmological results
 • Ninetta Saviano (THEP, Mainz University): Physics Opportunities with SN neutrinos
 • Aldo Serenelli (Instituto de Ciencias del Espacio (ICE/CSIC - IEEC)): Solar models, neutrinos, and composition
 • Irene Tamborra (Niels Bohr Institute): The Supernova Gamma-Ray Burst Connection and High-Energy Neutrinos
 • Sampsa Vihonen (Department of Physics, University of Jyvaskyla): Searching for neutrino oscillation parameters in long baseline experiments
 • Markus Voge (Bonn): Detection of a Type IIn supernova in optical follow-up observations of IceCube neutrino events
 • Juan-Pablo Yanez (Zeuthen): Recent IceCube results
 • ... and many more

The workshop will consits of approx. 25-30 talks. The nominal talk length will be about 20-25 minutes (including 3-5 minutes for questions). The precise schedule will be posted one month before the workshop starts (~ mid February).

Talks and topics are named by the organization committee.
Poster contribution are welcome. Abstract submission should be done via this website. Please select the section (neutrino physics or astronomy) during abstract submission.

The goal of the workshop is to bring together two research communities, trigger discussion and to learn something beyond your normal work.

The sections for the talks and poster session are:
  • Astronomy
  • Neutrino Physics