IceCube in Search of Point Sources and Dark Matter

Azriel Goldschmidt


IceCube, the high-energy neutrino detector at South Pole, has now 50 percent of its one km^3 planned instrumented volume 
in operation.  In this  talk, I will present the latest results for neutrino point sources searches in the  Northern sky 
as well as the latest results on searches for WIMP dark matter annihilation from  accumulations in the Sun and the Earth. 
I will also describe a deep low-energy extension to IceCube, named Deep Core, to be built in the next 15 months and its 
expected physics reach for dark matter and point sources searches.