2017 October 23
High-energy neutrino astrophysics is one of the youngest fields of astrophysics. Until very recently, only the sun and SN 1987a were established astrophysical sources of neutrinos at MeV energies. With the discovery of cosmic TeV and PeV neutrinos in 2013, a new high-energy window into the universe has opened that promises exciting new insights into the non-thermal universe for the years and decades to come. A selection of the contributions to the ICRC 2017 in the field of neutrino astrophysics is presented here, based on the corresponding rapporteur talk at the conference venue in Busan.