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.

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.