16 April 2016
Newark, DE
US/Central timezone

Workshop on Muon Analyses in IceCube

The scope of this short Workshop is to discuss the current status of atmospheric muon analyses in IceCube, in terms of physics and experimental systematic uncertainties. The aim is to learn how and whether it is possible to use muons to constrain atmospheric neutrino properties at high energy, and to lay down a working plan for the next year for a better understanding of our muon data sample.

No registration required

More information on the Cosmic Ray Workshop and the Muon Analysis Workshop can be found in https://wiki.icecube.wisc.edu/index.php/CR-WG:_2016_Working_Week_and_Spring_Collaboration_Meeting

Presentations have been uploaded to Indico. Click on Timetable on the left menu.

A copy of the presentation has been uploaded in the Docushare
Folder (https://docushare.icecube.wisc.edu/dsweb/View/Collection-13969)


Newark, DE
University of Delaware - Sharp Lab (http://css-rdms1.win.udel.edu/maps/?find=NC03)


Workshop Venue

Room 215
Sharp Lab
University of Delaware
Newark, DE

Link: http://css-rdms1.win.udel.edu/maps/?find=NC03