The birth of neutrino astronomy occurred upon the detection of a handful of MeV neutrinos from SN1987A in 1987. It has entered a whole new era with IceCube's detection at the TeV-PeV energies of firstly a diffuse quasi-isotropic astrophysical neutrino flux in 2012-2013, and then neutrino emission from a flaring blazar TX0506+056 in 2017. The neutrino sky in the lowest (meV) and highest (EeV) energies, which are yet to be opened, also promise rich new physics in the coming years. With the extremely successful multi-messenger campaigns started by the detection of gravitational waves and high-energy neutrinos, this is a most exciting time ever for neutrino and multi-messenger astronomy!
The workshop aims to cover the following topics (loosely organized by energy scale):
1) MeV astrophysical neutrinos : with an emphasis on JUNO & PandaX neutrino astronomy / physics
2) TeV-PeV cosmic neutrinos : how to find more TeV neutrino sources?
3) EeV cosmic neutrinos : status of the field & development of GRAND
4) Multi-messenger & multi-frequency strategy
5) Cosmic relic neutrinos and cosmology