Thursday, October 28 2021

2:00pm to 4:00pm

HEAD Frontier Seminar: Detection of TeV gamma rays from the Crab Nebula with an innovative telescope designed for the Cherenkov Telescope Array

talk • virtual

Leslie Taylor, UW–Madison Department of Physics, will be giving a talk titled "Detection of TeV gamma rays from the Crab Nebula with an innovative telescope designed for the Cherenkov Telescope Array" at the next HEAD Frontier Seminar.  The seminar will include three talks in total and will be presented virtually on Thursday, October 28, 1:00pm EDT (17:00 UTC).  For talk abstracts and further information, visit HEAD Seminars.


Past Events

Wednesday, September 15 2021

7:00pm to 8:15pm

Special Edition WN@TL: “IceCube Turns Ten: Past, Present and Future for the World’s Biggest and Strangest Observatory”

outreach event • UW Biotechnology Center

It has been 10 years since IceCube began full operations on May 13, 2011. Join us at Wednesday Nite @ The Lab as we look back at the massive construction effort led by UW-Madison, highlight exciting discoveries uncovered by a team of nearly 400 scientists from 53 institutions in 12 countries, and give a glimpse into the future of this one-of-a-kind instrument. For more information, visit WN@TL.


Thursday, June 17 2021

10:00am to 11:00am

NPAC Forum: Detection of 12 potential PeVatrons by LHAASO and Implications for Galactic Neutrino Emission and Diffuse sub-PeV Gamma-ray Emission

talk • virtual

Ruoyu Liu, Nanjing University, will be giving a talk, "Detection of 12 potential PeVatrons by LHAASO and Implications for Galactic Neutrino Emission and Diffuse sub-PeV Gamma-ray Emission," on Thursday, June 17, as part of the NPAC Forum. The talk is hosted by Prof. Lu Lu and will be presented on Zoom, beginning at 10:00 am.


Thursday, May 20 2021

2:30pm to 3:30pm

NPAC Forum: Cosmic rays, astrophysics and astrobiology

talk • virtual

Noemie Globus, ELI Beamlines, Czech Republic / Flatiron Institute, USA, will be giving a talk, "Cosmic rays, astrophysics and astrobiology," on Thursday, May 13, as part of the NPAC Forum. The talk is hosted by Prof. Lu Lu and will be presented on Zoom, beginning at 2:30 pm.