KM3NeT and associated sciences workshop on the 6th of December at IPGP

K3MNeTOn the 6th of December, at the IPGP, a “KM3NeT and Associated Sciences” workshop  will be held to identify ways of collaboration between colleagues of the APC and the IPGP, on the sismo / oceano aspects in relation to the instrumentation available on KM3NeT. This workshop is part of the ARGOS interface project of LabEx UnivEarthS.

This workshop is organized by Antoine Kouchner (APC), Véronique Van Elewyck (APC) and Edouard Kaminski (IPGP).



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10:00 10:30 Welcome coffee

10:30 12:00 Neutrino telescopes in the Mediterranean: science and infrastructure
  • 10:30
    ANTARES and KM3NeT: science and infrastructure
    Speaker: Paschal Anthony Coyle (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))
  • 11:00
    Neutrino oscillation tomography with KM3NeT/ORCA
    Speaker: Simon Bourret (Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zuerich (CH))
  • 11:20
    KM3NeT-Fr: inrastructure and associated science program
    Speaker: Patrick Lamare (CNRS)
  • 11:40
    KM3NeT-It: infrastructure and associated science program
    Speaker: Giorgio Riccobene (INFN)

12:00 13:30 Lunch

13:30 15:00 Real-time monitoring of marine environment
  • 13:30
    The Calibration Units of KM3NeT
    Speaker: Miles Lindsey Clark (CNRS APC)
  • 13:50
    Status and exploitation of the ALBATROSS line
    Speaker: Dominique Lefèvre (MIO)
  • 14:10
    Understanding ocean bottom pressure variability with Antares
    Speaker: Nadia Pinardi (INFN Bologna)
  • 14:30
  • 15:00 15:30 Coffee break
15:30 18:00 Instrumentation for geophysics
  • 15:30
    The AMADEUS acoustic array of ANTARES as an example for interdisciplinary research
    Speaker: R. Lahmann ()
  • 15:50
    KM3NeT, a future platform for acoustic monitoring of the Mediterranean Sea
    Speaker: Salvatore Viola (INFN)
  • 16:10
    Exploitation of the sismometer installed on the ANTARES site
    Speaker: Anne Deschamps (Géoazur)
  • 16:30
    Exploitation of the seismometer and other geophysical sensors on board the NEMO-SN1 seafloor observatory (Western Ionian Sea)
    Speaker: Stephen Monna (INGV Roma)
  • 17:00