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Triboelectric Backgrounds to radio-based UHE Neutrino Exeperiments

  title={Triboelectric Backgrounds to radio-based UHE Neutrino Exeperiments},
  author={Juan Antonio Aguilar and A. Anker and P. Allison and Simon Archambault and P. Baldi and Steven W. Barwick and James J. Beatty and Jakob Beise and D. Besson and A. Bishop and E. Bondarev and Olga Botner and Sjoerd Bouma and Stijn Buitink and Maddalena Cataldo and C. C. Chen and C. H. Chen and P. H. Chen and Y. C. Chen and B. A. Clark and W. Clay and Zachary Curtis-Ginsberg and Amy L. Connolly and Paramita Dasgupta and Simon De Kockere and Krijn D. de Vries and Cosmin Deaconu and Michael DuVernois and J. P. Flaherty and E. Friedman and Romain Gaior and Geoffrey Gaswint and C. Glaser and Allan Hallgren and Steffen Hallmann and Jordan C. Hanson and Niamh Harty and Brian Hendricks and K. D. Hoffman and Christian Hornhuber and S. Y. Hsu and L. Hu and J. J. Huang and M. H. A. Huang and Kaeli Hughes and Aya Ishihara and Albrecht Karle and John Lawrence Kelley and Spencer R. Klein and Stuart Kleinfelder and K.‐C. Kim and M.-C. Kim and Ilya Kravchenko and Roland Krebs and Y. Ku and C. Y. Kuo and Kazuhiko Kurusu and Robert Lahmann and Hagar Landsman and Uzair Abdul Latif and C.-J. Li and J. Liu and T.-C. Liu and M.-Y. Lu and Karis J. Madison and J. Mammo and Keiichi Mase and S. McAleer and Thomas Meures and Zachary S. Meyers and Kelli Michaels and Margarita Mikhailova and K. Mulrey and Jiwoo Nam and R. J. Nichol and Anna Nelles and A. Novikov and A. Nozdrina and Eric Oberla and B. Oeyen and J. Osborn and Y. Pan and Hershal Pandya and Manuel P. Paul and Christopher Persichilli and Ilse Plaisier and N. Punsuebsay and Lilly Pyras and Ryan Rice-Smith and James Roth and Dirk Ryckbosch and Olaf Scholten and David Seckel and M. F. H. Seikh and Yu-Shao Jerry Shiao and D. Smith and Dan Southall and Joulien Tatar and J. Torres and Simona Toscano and Delia Tosi and J. Touart and D. J. Van Den Broeck and Nick van Eijndhoven and G. S. Varner and Abigail G. Vieregg and M.-Z. Wang and S.-H. Wang and Y. -H. Wang and Christoph Welling and D. R. Williams and S. Wissel and C. Xie and S. Yoshida and Robert Young and L. Zhao and Adrian Zink},
The proposed IceCube-Gen2 seeks to instrument approximately 500 square kilometers of Antarctic ice near the geographic South Pole with radio antennas, in the hopes of observing the highest-energy neutrinos (E > 1 EeV) populating the Universe. For this purpose IceCube-Gen2 will exploit the impulsive radio emission produced by neutrino interactions in the polar ice cap. In such polar-sited radio-frequency neutrino search experiments, rare single event candidates must be unambiguously identified… 
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Invited review article: IceCube: an instrument for neutrino astronomy.

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