Ultra-high energy neutrino search with the Askaryan Radio Array
M.Y. Lu*, C.G. Pfendner, A. Shultz on behalf of the ARA Collaboration
August 16, 2017
August 03, 2018
The Askaryan Radio Array (ARA) is an ultra-high energy neutrino telescope aiming to discover and determine the cosmic neutrino flux above $\sim$100PeV. Under phased construction near the South Pole, ARA achieves the sensitivity through the detection of Askaryan emissions from neutrino-induced showers in the Antarctic ice using radio frequency antennas (150-850MHz). Two ARA stations at a design depth of 200m have been deployed since 2013. We present in this contribution various neutrino search methods developed, and the search results using data from 2013 and after.
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