Walter Winter

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We present the GLoBES (" General Long Baseline Experiment Simulator ") software package, which allows the simulation of long-baseline and reactor neutrino oscillation experiments. One part of the software is the abstract experiment definition language to define experiments with beam and full detector descriptions as accurate as possible. Many systematics(More)
We present Version 3.0 of the GLoBES (" General Long Baseline Experiment Sim-ulator ") software, which is a simulation tool for short-and long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiments. As a new feature, GLoBES 3.0 allows for user-defined system-atical errors, which can also be used to simulate experiments with multiple discrete sources and detectors. In(More)
Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are short-lived, luminous explosions at cosmological distances, thought to originate from relativistic jets launched at the deaths of massive stars. They are among the prime candidates to produce the observed cosmic rays at the highest energies. Recent neutrino data have, however, started to constrain this possibility in the simplest(More)
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