Neutrino Astrophysics (NEUTRINO)


Neutrino physics has come of age as a major field of research following important recent discoveries, and because of its huge relevance for a variety of related fields of research. It is likely that several crucial questions concerning both neutrino physics itself, and related fields such as particle physics, precision cosmology, and gamma ray astronomy, will soon be answered, and this ESF Network was established to put Europe at the forefront of this quest. The objective is to foster cross-links between scientists in all these related fields, with neutrino physics as the unifying theme. It is hoped that the synergy resulting from such collaboration will enable a broad range of goals to be tackled. The collaboration will in turn stimulate progress within neutrino physics itself by providing empirical information relating to neutrinos from the various sectors of astrophysics.


3 years, from July 2000 to December 2003.  (Extension until December  2004)

For current status, see News