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The Erlangen Centre for Astroparticle Physics (ECAP) hosted a workshop on the science prospects and optimization of P-ONE in the second week of January.

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Enthusiasts and experts for the Julia programming language gathered at ECAP from 6th-9th November to pave the way for the use of Julia in High Energy Physics (HEP) in the first JuliaHEP workshop. Organized by experts from the field, four days were dedicated to tutorials, short presentations an...

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Anna Nelles, who is both a professor at ECAP and a scientist at DESY, has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant worth 1.5 Mio EUR for 5 years. With the Radio Neutrino Observatory in Greenland (RNO-G) she is building a network of radio antennas to eavesdrop on extremely energetic neutrinos from space. E...

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Twice yearly the H.E.S.S. Collaboration meets to discuss recent progress, both scientific and technical, and to discuss future plans for the H.E.S.S. experiment. At each collaboration meeting, the H.E.S.S. prize is awarded to an early career researcher who has made outstanding contributions to the e...

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From April 2023, Prof. Dr. Claudio Kopper joins the ECAP. He takes over the Chair for Experimental Astroparticle Physics and will strengthen the research at ECAP with his work on the detection and analyses of high-energy neutrinos. The research of the group will span astroparticle physics in genera...

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At the current Collaboration meeting, the KM3NeT Collaboration awarded the first-ever Giorgos-Androulakis-Prize to ECAP early-career scientist Tamás Gál. The KM3NeT Collaboration meets online this week to discuss the progress and future plans of construction, operation and analysing the data of its ...