The latest for neutrino scientists and further afield, including the updated project organisation of the KM3NeT Collaboration
Scientists of KM3NeT have formed a Collaboration to build and operate the first phase of the KM3NeT Research Infrastructure in the Mediterranean Sea. For this, the funding authorities of KM3NeT-phase 2 have signed a Memorandum of Understanting (MoU) describing their commitments and those of their research institutes and groups to construct and operate the neutrino telescope.
The KM3NeT Research Infrastructure is present on the European roadmaps for large infrastructures of ASPERA, APPEC and AstroNet and on various national roadmaps.
KM3NeT is one of the founding members of the Global Neutrino Network (GNN), which aims for a closer collaboration and a coherent strategy among the neutrino telescope projects worldwide.
Via the menu you can find the current versions of the project organisation of the KM3NeT Collaboration.
Also via the menu, a list of publications of the KM3NeT Collaboration in refereed scientific journals, other KM3NeT public documents and other information.