Meetings

 

The GNN community has two main meetings/conferences which exist already since several years.

 

  • The annual MANTS Meeting (MANTS stands for Mediterranean Antarctic Neutrino Telescope Symposium) which emerged as a meeting between the IceCube and Antares communities. Its aim is to discuss latest results, exchange technical information (like e.g. event reconstruction, Monte Carlo simulations etc.). Meanwhile MANTS has developed to a global meeting according to the spirit of GNN: its includes scientists from all Mediterraenan projects, from Lake Baikal and from IceCube. Since unpublished information is presented, the websites are accessible only via a password.

 

  • The biannual VLVNT Conference (VLVNT stands for Very Large Volume Neutrino Telescopes). VLVNT to a large part is devoted to the creation of next-generation detectors - ranging from theoretical predictions for expected fluxes to the technical realization. It includes theoreticians, experimental physicists and engineers. See for details
     
  • VLVNT 2015 in Rome
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  • VLVNT 2013 in Stockholm
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  • VLVNT 2011 in Erlangen
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  • VLVNT 2009 in Athens
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  • VLVNT 2008 in Toulon
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  • VLVNT 2005 in Catania
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  • VLVNT 2003 in Amsterdam