March 2022 EuCAPT newsletter (the pulse!)

Dear All,


Continuing with our regular EuCAPT newsletters for 2022, this is March

issue. Our newsletter aims to keep you informed of recent/upcoming

theoretical astroparticle physics related developments, with a focus on Europe.


Recent Science Highlights:

New constraint on neutrino mass from KATRIN experiment

https://www.appec.org/news/publication-of-katrin-results-neutrinos-are-lighter-than-0-8-electron-volts

First detection of VHE emission from a Nova by HESS

https://www.appec.org/news/h-e-s-s-discovers-the-first-vhe-gamma-ray-nova


Next EuCAPT Colloquium:

`Observational probes of dark energy/modified gravity', Kazuya Koyama,University of Portsmouth, 3pm CET, Tue 12th Apr 2022. zoom connection


Upcoming EuCAPT Colloquia Timetable:

https://indico.cern.ch/category/12056/


Upcoming Seminars Calendar:

A list of virtual meetings are provided on our calendar:

https://www.eucapt.org/virtual-meetings


Upcoming Events:

The EuCAPT webpage provides an up-to-date list of upcoming astroparticle

physics events: https://www.eucapt.org/events

Of particular note are:

the 2022 EuCAPT symposium, 23-25 May 2022:

https://indico.cern.ch/event/1112118/

the European Cosmic Ray Symposium, Nijmegen (Hybrid) 25-29 July 2022

https://indico.nikhef.nl/event/2110/


Please also note the upcoming schools in Spring 2022: ISAPP School: Astrophysical sources of cosmic rays, Paris Saclay 28 March - 8 April 2022

https://indico.ijclab.in2p3.fr/e/isapp2022-saclay

Enrico Fermi International School of Physics, Como 23-29 June 2022

https://indico.gssi.it/event/339/

NBIA PhD Summer School on Neutrinos, Copenhagen 11-15 July 2022

https://nbia.dk/neutrino2022


Resources

We have now added a new webpage to our website, providing a list of open resources which the theoretical astroparticle and cosmology communities currently share:

https://www.eucapt.org/resources (please feel free to bring to our attention additional resources that we might currently be overlooking)


Appointments

We are delighted to announce that Athina Meli has been appointed on NASA's Executive

Committee for the 'Physics of the Cosmos' Program.


Job Opportunities:

Our mattermost channel provides a list of job advertisements:

https://mattermost.web.cern.ch/eucapt/channels/job-ads


To facilitate information flow around our community, please feel to contact us with any information that you feel maybe suitable for circulation in future newsletters (eucapt.info@gmail.com). In particular, we encourage the community to indicate to us upcoming conferences and events which they would like us to advertise.


All the best,

Andrew (on behalf of the EuCAPT SC)