3 years ago

Ultra-High Energy Neutrinos.

James Madsen

Ultra-high energy neutrinos hold promise as cosmic messengers to advance the understanding of extreme astrophysical objects and environments as well as possible probes for discovering new physics. This proceeding describes the motivation for measuring high energy neutrinos. A short summary of the mechanisms for producing high energy neutrinos is provided along with an overview of current and proposed modes of detection. The science reach of the field is also briefly surveyed. As an example of the potential of neutrinos as cosmic messengers, the recent results from an IceCube Collaboration real-time high energy neutrino alert and subsequent search of archival data are described.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1901.02528

DOI: arXiv:1901.02528v1

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