The latest ANTARES results concerning neutrino oscillations were presented this week during the talk given by Tyce de Young, “Latest results from IceCube and ANTARES”, at the conference Neutrino 2018. The talk is available online.
Left: Number of observed/expected events as a function of direction. Right : Results on the oscillation parameters, compared to previous experiments.
The analysis, covering 2830 days of livetime between 2007 and 2016, selected 7710 up-going track events. The results are presented in the figures below. They show good improvements with respect to the previous analysis and consistency with other published measurements. Furthermore, the Non-oscillation hypothesis is discarded with a statistical significance of 4.6σ.
- Combined search for dark matter with the ANTARES and IceCube neutrino telescopes
- Constraining the atmospheric neutrino oscillation parameters and the 3+1 sterile neutrino model with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
- High-Energy Neutrino follow-up of the first neutron star/neutron star gravitational-wave event GW170817
- Multi-messenger real-time analyses of transient events with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
- Search for a high-energy neutrino signal from Fast Radio Bursts with the ANTARES telescope
- Search for a neutrino emission from local superbubbles with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
- Search for high-energy neutrino emission from Mrk 421 and Mrk 501 with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
- Search for time and space correlations between ANTARES data and IceCube high energy neutrino events
- Searches for Dark Matter with the ANTARES and KM3NeT neutrino telescopes
- Studying neutrino absorption through the Earth with ANTARES and KM3NeT/ARCA