The ARENA Workshop in Zeuthen was the first to combine extensively the fields of acoustic and radio detection techniques for high-energetic particle cascades from cosmic neutrino interactions. The articles in this volume comprise the latest research work which was presented by over 50 speakers from 10 countries. The wide coverage includes: theoretical predictions on fluxes and the potentialities of new techniques, theoretical and experimental results on target material properties, the fundamentals of interactions and cascade simulation, and current experimental results and the most recent neutrino flux limits. The book also considers future plans and experiments for both radio and acoustic methods with the aim of giving the reader an up-to-date overview of this rapidly developing field.
Extremely Energetic Cosmic Neutrinos: Opportunites for Astrophysics, Particle Physics and Cosmology (A Ringwald); Broadband Analysis of Askaryan Pulses (P Miocinovic); Structure Function of Excess Charge in Rock Salt (Y Watanabe et al.); Experience from SAUND (J Vandenbroucke); Fiber Laser Hydrophones as Pressure Sensors (P E Bagnolo et al.); The NEMO Acoustic Test Facility (G Riccobene); The ANITA Cosmogenic Neutrino Experiment (P Gorham); Absolute Calibration of the LOPES Antenna System (S Nahls et al.); ACORNE Simulation Work (J Perkin); Concept of the LORD Instrument (V A Chechin et al.); Neutrino Detection in Salt Domes under LOFAR (A van den Berg); and other papers.