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IceCube Masterclass

MasterclassSENSE was present at the fifth edition of the IceCube Masterclass program in Geneva with a hands-on experiment measuring cosmic muons using a scintillator bar and SiPM detector. About 35 students and some professors took part and spent a full day in excellent activities lead by Prof. Teresa Montaruli together with Dr. Andrii Nagai and other colleagues.

Calendar online

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We are happy to present a new feature on our website: At the bottom and in the News menu you can find the SENSE calendar. In this calendar we record conferences, schools, workshops and other events related to photosensors, astroparticle physics, detector development and neighbouring fields.
In the category SENSE you can find all events organized by the SENSE project.

If you are organizing some event not listed there or if you are just aware of one that might be interesting for the community please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Open Position at IFAE

One of the SENSE Network Partners has two open positions to fill:

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The research positions at the tenure-track level in advanced instrumentation and techniques for particle physics, astrophysics or medical applications are offered at the Institut de Física d’Altes Energies in Barcelona, Spain.

More information is available here:

For inquiries regarding these positions, please contact Prof. Manel Martínez (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).



European Astroparticle Physics Strategy 2017-2026

APPEC RoadmapSENSE is mentioned in the recommendation of the new European astroparticle physicists roadmap as best practice example

Astroparticle physicists from across Europe have gathered on January 9th in Brussels, alongside their international colleagues and important guests from the European Commission, for the official announcement of the new strategy by the Astroparticle Physics European Consortium (APPEC) which will guide the community’s recommended research priorities over the next ten years.

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