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Beschreibung des Verlags
This review volume is motivated by the recent discovery of high-energy astrophysical neutrinos by IceCube. The aim of the book is to bring together chapters on the status of current and future neutrino observatories with chapters on the implications and possible interpretations of the present observations and their upper limits. Each chapter is a mini-review of one aspect of the subject by leading experts. Taken together, the chapters constitute an up-to-date review of high-energy astrophysical neutrinos and their potential sources.
Contents:Gamma Ray Bursts as Neutrino Sources (Peter Mészáros)Active Galactic Nuclei as High-Energy Neutrino Sources (Kohta Murase)The Origin of IceCube's Neutrinos: Cosmic Ray Accelerators Embedded in Star Forming Calorimeters (Eli Waxman)Galactic Neutrino Sources (Markus Ahlers)Observations of Diffuse Fluxes of Cosmic Neutrinos (Christopher H Wiebusch)IceCube and Astrophysical Neutrinos: The Search for Sources (Chad Finley)Recent Results from the ANTARES Neutrino Telescope (Paschal Coyle and Clancy W James)The Baikal Neutrino Project (V M Aynutdinov and Zh-A M Dzhilkibaev)The Dawn of Multi-Messenger Astronomy (Marcos Santander)Neutrinos from Core-Collapse Supernovae (Marek Kowalski)The Quest for Dark Matter with Neutrino Telescopes (Carlos Pérez de los Heros) KM3NeT: Astroparticle and Oscillations Research with Cosmics in the Abyss (Maarten de Jong)A Next-Generation IceCube: The IceCube-Gen2 Facility for High-Energy Neutrino Astronomy (Erik Blaufuss and Albrecht Karle)Neutrino Physics with Very Large Volume Neutrino Telescopes (Tyce DeYoung and Antoine Kouchner)Radio Detection of High Energy Neutrinos (Amy Connolly and Abigail G Vieregg)
Readership: Undergraduate and graduate students as well as researchers interested in the field of neutrino astronomy.
Neutrinos;Cosmic Neutrinos;Astrophysical NeutrinosKey Features:The editors are prominent researchers in IceCube, one of the most important neutrino observatoriesThere are contributions by researchers from various neutrino observatories around the world