Starts: 07 October, 2021
Ends: 07 October, 2021
Abstract: Diffuse supernova neutrino background (DSNB) as the integrated flux from all past core-collapse supernova explosions, if detected, would be a probe to explore the supernova mechanism as well as stellar evolution. In this talk, I will present a short review of theoretical and experimental status of the DSNB studies and a recent search result from Super-Kamiokande with an improved sensitivity. The presentation will be based on arXiv:2109.11174.
Speaker: Dr. Yosuke ASHIDA, WIPAC, University of Wisconsin-Madison, US
Meeting ID: 821 5284 7330 /Passcode: 031421
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