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The Prospects to observe UHE neutrinos from astrophysical sources with Trinity

Jul 14, 2021, 6:00 PM
1h 30m


Poster NU | Neutrinos & Muons Discussion


Andrew Wang (Georgia Institute of Technology)


The ultrahigh-energy (UHE; > 10^6 GeV) neutrinos band is one of the last unopened windows to the universe. Although UHE neutrinos are not yet detected, we know they must exist. UHE neutrinos are either produced in interactions of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays with the cosmic microwave background (cosmic neutrinos) or inside or close by cosmic-ray accelerators. This presentation discusses the expected rate of neutrino detections with Trinity based on predicted neutrino fluxes from astrophysical sources. Trinity is a proposed system of air-shower imaging telescopes optimized to observe ultrahigh-energy neutrinos in the range from 10^6 GeV to 10^9 GeV.


ultrahigh-energy neutrinos; neutrino detection; trinity; neutrino telescope; air-shower imaging; cosmic neutrinos

Collaboration Trinity
Subcategory Theoretical Results

Primary authors

Andrew Wang (Georgia Institute of Technology) Dr Otte Nepomuk (School of Physics & Center for Relativistic Astrophysics Georgia Institute of Technology) Prof. Michele Doro ( Department of Physics and Astronomy G. Galilei University of Padua)

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