IceCube at Neutrino 2020

The IceCube Collaboration has a robust cohort presenting at the 29th biennial Neutrino conference, the world’s biggest conference in neutrino physics. Three IceCube collaborators will give plenary talks, and there are 30 virtual posters by collaborators. […]

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IceCube and COVID-19

Our number one priority has always been the health and safety of the people that make up IceCube. We are following the precautions outlined by our local, state, and national authorities. The IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole is fully operational. […]

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IceCube at ICRC 2019

The 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference took place last week at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. There were 82 IceCube contributions at this year’s meeting: two highlight talks, 36 parallel talks, and 43 posters. […]

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The joyful, music-filled life of physicist Dr. Gaurang Yodh

Dr. Jaya Yodh shared memories about her dad, Dr. Gaurang Yodh, a prominent physicist, professor, and cosmic ray researcher who was part of the early efforts of the IceCube Collaboration and whose brilliant career spanned over five decades. Dr. Gaurang Yodh passed away in early June at age 90 in his home in Irvine, California. […]

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2019 IceCube Impact Awards recognize IceCubers’ efforts in detector performance

The third edition of the IceCube Impact Awards was celebrated during the banquet dinner of the spring collaboration meeting last week in Madison. The awardees for this meeting are Joshua Wood of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Tessa Carver of the University of Geneva, and Michael Larson of the University of Copenhagen, and the legacy award goes to Chris Weaver for his long-term contributions as a PhD candidate at UW–Madison and later as a postdoc at the University of Alberta. […]

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