Neutrino Astronomy with IceCube

About me

I am an experimental physicist working on particle astrophysics and in particular in neutrino astronomy. I work on the IceCube experiment which is a neutrino telescope located at the South Pole. IceCube is a particle detector at the South Pole that records the interactions of a nearly massless subatomic particle called the neutrino. The main goal of IceCube is the search for neutrinos from the most violent astrophysical sources: events like exploding stars, gamma-ray bursts, and cataclysmic phenomena involving black holes and neutron stars. But IceCube can make much more! With IceCube we can try to find hints of Dark Matter by searching for the annihilation and decay products of Dark Matter in the Universe.

If you are a student at ULB interested in talking about particle astrophysics and would like to know more about opportunities to work on IceCube and similar experiments contact me.

List of publications: Inspire

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