Next generation neutrino detectors at the South Pole
DESY, Platanenallee 6, D 15738 Zeuthen
* e-mail: Marek.Kowalski@desy.de
Published online: 10 May 2019
Since the construction of IceCube was completed in 2010/11, the observatory has delivered several outstanding measurements in neutrino physics and multimessenger astronomy. Additionally, a series of new scientific questions and opportunities appeared. To address these, plans have been developed to expand on the IceCube concept, targeting both lower and higher energies, as well as the central PeV-energy window at significantly improved sensitivity. In this contribution I will outline these plans.
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