Neutrino 2024 Poster Winner: Isabel Goos

03 July 2024 – In June, KM3NeT collaborators participated to the XXXI International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics (Neutrino 2024), held in Milan, Italy, and organized by the University of Milano – Bicocca, the University of Milan and the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN).

Being one of the largest conferences in astroparticle physics, neutrino physics and cosmology, it was the occasion to share latest findings, innovative concepts and future outlooks among experts of the field.

Isabel Goos at Neutrino 2024 (Image credits: Neutrino2024)

During the conference, Isabel Goos, KM3NeT’s researcher at the University of Paris Cité, was awarded one of the four prizes for the best-poster award. Her poster, titled “KM3NeT’s sensitivity to the next core-collapse supernova”, discusses how individual multi-PMT optical modules of KM3NeT can be used as standalone detectors for the detection of low-energy neutrinos from Core Collapsed Super Novae. It has been selected among 460 accepted posters, of which 319 eligible for this acknowledgement.

The whole Collaboration joins in congratulating Isabel on her great achievement!

In total, KM3NeT presented 17 posters, covering topics including neutrino astronomy, neutrino oscillations, dark matter & exotics, cosmic-ray studies and technologies for neutrino physics.

In addition, four members of the KM3NeT Collaboration had a plenary talk: João Coelho, who discussed the latests results from KM3NeT; Maurizio Spurio, debating open problems in neutrino astrophysics;  Naoko Kurahashi Neilson, contributing on the present and future of high-energy neutrino astronomy, and Jürgen Brunner presenting future detectors for atmospheric neutrinos.

Neutrino 2026 will be held at the University of California – Irvine. Looking forward to sharing our advancements also on that occasion!

KM3NeT members at Neutrino 2024