School of Physics Associate Professor Ignacio Taboada is hosting the Spring 2018 IceCube Collaboration Meeting, which will be held at Georgia Tech.
IceCube is a neutrino observatory in the South Pole, the first detector of its kind. An international group of scientists responsible for the scientific research makes up the IceCube Collaboration. Currently, the collaboration includes more than 300 people from 49 institutions in 12 countries. It began in 1999 with the submission of the first IceCube proposal, and many of the original members are still active on the project.
The meetings will include planning, workshops, talks, and a banquet.