Thursday, October 29 2020
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory might be best known for its contributions to neutrino physics. But did you know? Neutrinos can also be used to look for dark matter! Join WIPAC for our virtual Dark Matter Day 2020 event where you will learn about how IceCube scientists are using a neutrino detector located under the ice at the South Pole to solve one of the biggest mysteries in the universe.
Jeff Lazar – Graduate research assistant (WIPAC, UW–Madison, Harvard University)
Nadège Iovine – PhD student (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Carlos A. Argüelles – Assistant Professor of Physics (Harvard University)
Tuesday, October 20 2020
Madeleine O'Keefe, WIPAC, and Sarah Purdue, UW–Madison Department of Physics, will be giving a talk on science communication, as part of the Physics Graduate Student Council's Professional Development series, on Tuesday, October 20. The talk will be hosted on Zoom and begin at 2:30pm.
Tuesday, October 13 2020
PGSC Seminar: Developing the Prototype Schwarzschild-Couder Telescope for the Cherenkov Telescope Arraytalk • https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/93632998756
Brent Mode, UW–Madison, will be giving a talk, "Developing the Prototype Schwarzschild-Couder Telescope for the Cherenkov Telescope Array," as part of the Physics Graduate Student Council'sphenomeNal Open Graduate Seminar series, on Tuesday, October 13. The talk will be hosted on Zoom and begin at 2:30.