E9 : Astrophysique de basse énergie avec KM3NET

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    Although multi-wavelength observations of core-collapse supernovae (CCSN) are now routinely performed, specific features of the gravitational collapse can only be diagnosed by neutrinos. The objective of this exploratory project is to bring together experts in CCSN physics and members of the KM3NeT collaboration to assess the capability of the KM3NeT neutrino telescopes (optimized for GeV-PeV neutrinos) to detect MeV neutrino signal from the next close-by CCSN. Using state-of-the-art numerical simulations and theoretical developments, we will explore the potential of the novel KM3NeT optical module design to efficiently suppress the background, and thus to detect features of the neutrino light curve related to hydrodynamical instabilities, neutron star equation of state, and neutrino properties.

  • Chefs d’équipe :

    Alexis Coleiro (APC),

    Thierry Foglizzo (AIM)


    Membres de l’équipe :

    Julien Aublin (APC),

    Bruny Baret (APC),

    Antoine Kouchner (APC),

    Micaela Oertel (LUTh),

    Bruno Pagani (AIM),

    Cristina Volpe (APC)


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