The Southampton node of the European Innovative Training Network (ITN) Invisibles: Neutrinos, Dark Matter and Dark Energy, which included the 2015 Nobel laureate Kajita san, will continue its involvement in this award-winning research with the recent announcement of two new major EU H2020 funding streams.
 
ELUSIVES is a €4m ITN network that aims to understand the nature of the most elusive particles which make up the universe, particularly neutrinos and dark matter particles, with SHEP providing expertise in neutrino theory, cosmology and CP violation.
 
InvisiblesPlus is a €2.5m RISE Network that will facilitate a worldwide network of internationally-recognised researchers including named researchers from SHEP’s BSM, Collider and Lattice sub-groups as well as from Maths.
 
Together these networks, with Steve King leading both the Southampton nodes, will pick up from where the Invisibles network will finish in April 2016 and will run in parallel for four years, providing great opportunities for SHEP researchers.
 
For more information about Invisibles see http://www.invisibles.eu

Date: 
Thursday, November 26, 2015