Seminario Departamento de Física Teórica: " Probing strong dynamics with cosmic neutrinos".- Martes 15 de octubre

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Martes, Octubre 15, 2019

El Seminario Departamento de Física Teórica, se titula: " Probing strong dynamics with cosmic neutrinos". Lo imparte Carlos García Canal  de la Universidad de la Plata, Argentina.

Tendrá lugar en el Seminario de Física Atómica, Molecular y Nuclear a las 10:10 h el martes 15 de octubre de 2019.

Abstract:
Triggered by the IceCube detection of astrophysical neutrino candidates in the range of PeV energies, we propose to investigate the sensitivity of future South Pole neutrino-detection experiments to the neutrino-nucleon cross section. By using the combination of up- and down-going data of neutrinos, sensible to neutral current processes one can disentangle particle physics from astrophysics and constrain the neutrino interactions.In particular, we show that IceCube-Gen2 will be able to determine the neutrino-nucleon cross section with a precisión comparable to the perturbative QCD informed by collider data and eventually to detect new physics.

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