Apr 22 – 24, 2008
Palais Neptune Conference Center, Toulon
Europe/Paris timezone

Commissioning the IceCube Neutrino Telescope at the South Pole

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Palais Neptune Conference Center, Toulon

Palais Neptune Conference Center, Toulon

Palais des Congrès Neptune Place de Besagne Centre Commercial Mayol
Plenary talk Plenary Session

Speaker

Brendan Fox (Pennsylvania State University)

Description

Following up on the success of the AMANDA detector, the IceCube experiment is building the first of the next generation, cubic kilometer neutrino telescopes at the South Pole. This effort is now half way towards completion. This talk will focus on the technical aspects of the project: namely, the construction, the commissioning, and the technical data analysis work that has been and is underway to built the detector. Moveover, technical results will be presented which demonstrate that the detector has been collecting high quality, physic ready data for the last two years.

Primary author

Brendan Fox (Pennsylvania State University)

Presentation materials