University of Maryland
Atlantic Building, Room 2400
4:30 PM Monday, December 2, 2013
Coffee, Tea & Snacks 4:15-4:30 PM

Erik Blaufuss
University of Maryland
Recent Results from IceCube

High energy neutrinos are unique messengers, traveling cosmic distances without being absorbed or deflected, that offer a new perspective on the high-energy universe. The IceCube neutrino observatory, now in operation at the geographic South Pole, instruments a cubic kilometer of Antarctic ice as a high-energy neutrino detector. This talk will summarize recent observations that have offered the first evidence of a high-energy extraterrestrial signal beyond the atmospheric particle backgrounds and explore future prospects for continued observations with IceCube.

Sponsored by: Department of Physics and the Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland. For information call Catha Stewart at (301) 405-4811 or go to the UMD Space Physics group seminar web site.

There is free parking after 4:00 PM in lot B (the big parking garage across the street from the ATL building). There are a limited number of spaces in lot Q next to the new ATL wing with free parking after 4PM even when there is a basketball game on campus.