Search for a correlation between the UHECRs measured by the Pierre Auger Observatory and the Telescope Array and the neutrino candidate events from IceCube and ANTARES

@article{Aublin2019SearchFA,
  title={Search for a correlation between the UHECRs measured by the Pierre Auger Observatory and the Telescope Array and the neutrino candidate events from IceCube and ANTARES},
  author={Julien Aublin and A. Coleiro and Antoine Kouchner and Imen Al Samarai and A. Barbano and Teresa Montaruli and L. Schumacher and Christopher Wiebusch and Lorenzo Caccianiga and Piera Luisa Ghia and Ugo Gregorio Giaccari and Geraldina Golup and Hiroyuki Sagawa and P. Tinyakov},
  journal={EPJ Web of Conferences},
  year={2019}
}
High-energy neutrinos are expected to be produced by the interaction of accelerated particles near the acceleration sites. For this reason, it is intresting to search for correlation in the arrival directions of ultra–high energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) and HE neutrinos. We present here the results of a search for correlations between UHECR events measured by the Pierre Auger Observatory and Telescope Array and high-energy neutrino candidate events from IceCube and ANTARES. We perform a cross… 

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