Neutrino and Cosmology Group Members Attend SNEWS 2.0
Several members of the Duke Neutrino and Cosmology Group— faculty member Prof. Kate Scholberg, graduate student Adryanna Smith, post-baccalaureate intern AJ Roeth, and physics major Crystal Burgos, attended the SNEWS 2.0: Supernova Neutrinos in the Multimessenger Era workshop in Sudbury, Canada. This workshop, co-organized by Scholberg, explored the future of SNEWS, the Supernova Early Warning System. Smith presented a poster on future detection in large underground detectors, and Roeth gave a talk on the ability of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment to point to a supernova using the neutrino signal.
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