By Rolf Nahnhauer, Sebastian Boser
The sector Workshop in Zeuthen used to be the 1st to mix broadly the fields of acoustic and radio detection strategies for high-energetic particle cascades from cosmic neutrino interactions. The articles during this quantity include the most recent learn paintings which used to be provided through over 50 audio system from 10 international locations. The vast assurance contains: theoretical predictions on fluxes and the possibilities of latest suggestions, theoretical and experimental effects heading in the right direction fabric houses, the basics of interactions and cascade simulation, and present experimental effects and the newest neutrino flux limits. The publication additionally considers destiny plans and experiments for either radio and acoustic tools with the purpose of giving the reader an updated review of this quickly constructing box.
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