Chiba will Host the Asia’s First IceCube Collaboration Meeting
IceCube experiment is a joint international science project organized by 12-participating countries, aimed to study the origin of high energy astro-particles known as neutrinos. Chiba University is the only institution in Japan that partake in the experiment since the beginning of the project.
The Meeting is to provide the latest information on the research through seminars and workshops where about 200 researchers from America, Germany, Canada, China, and other countries worldwide are expect to participate.
|IceCube Collaboration Fall Meeting 2019
|September 16-20, 2019
|Chiba University Campus
|International Center for Hadron Astrophysics Graduate School of Science
|No. of Participants
|47 million yen (Calculation based on economic ripple effect measurement for international conferences by Japan Travel Agency)