The Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center (WIPAC) was excited to recently host two meetings on the UW–Madison campus. The IceCube Collaboration spring meeting was held from May 2–6 at Union South, and the 2017 IceCube Particle Astrophysics Symposium: Multimessenger Astronomy (IPA 2017) followed, from May 8–10, at Discovery and Union South.
Over 220 members of the international IceCube community attended the collaboration meeting to discuss present and future research in astrophysics and neutrino physics. The spring meeting featured talks from physicists and engineers, which covered the most recent IceCube research results as well as the status of the detector’s maintenance and operations and future improvements. Scheduled plenary sessions also extensively covered the development of next-generation IceCube projects.
Following the collaboration meeting, the IPA Symposium hosted plenaries