On May 15, 2013, the IceCube Collaboration presented during the IceCube Particle Astrophysics (IPA) conference in Madison, USA, its latest results on the search for astrophysical neutrinos. The report revealed that now 28 events have an energy above 30 TeV, which is more than what is expected for neutrinos produced in the Earth's atmosphere.
19 April 2013 - The astroparticle physicist Dr. Susanne Mertens is granted the 2013 Erna Scheffler Award .
"Over the coming months, AMS will be able to tell us conclusively whether these positrons are a signal for dark matter, or whether they have some other origin." Prof. Samuel Ting, AMS spokesperson.
24-25/01 Meeting: HAP - Advanced Technologies Kick Off Meeting
01/02 Inauguration of KSETA
04-06/02 Workshop: Realtime AstroparticlePhysics
18-20/02 Workshop: HAP Dark Matter 2013
The complete list of past and upcoming Conferences, Meetings, Workshops and Schools can be found here.