Publications

(group members and associated members in boldface, publications since project start)


NEUCOS project

(EU project no. 646623 and Helmholtz POF3-613)

  1. Blazar origin of the UHECRs and perspectives for the detection of astrophysical source neutrinos at EeV energies
    by Xavier Rodrigues, Jonas Heinze, Andrea Palladino, Arjen van Vliet, Walter Winter
    arXiv:2003.08392 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3+4 R 1

  2. EeV Astrophysical neutrinos from FSRQs?
    by C. Righi, A. Palladino, F. Tavecchio, F. Vissani
    arXiv:2003.08701 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3+4 R 3

  3. On the sources of high energy neutrinos
    by Andrea Palladino
    PoS(Asterics2019)058, Proceedings of the "The New Era of Multi-Messenger Astrophysics - Asterics2019" symposium, WP 3 R 3

  4. Neutrino Telescopes and High-Energy Cosmic Neutrinos
    by Andrea Palladino, Maurizio Spurio and Francesco Vissani
    Universe 6 (2020) 30, review article, WP 3 R 3

  5. Can astrophysical neutrinos trace the origin of the detected ultra-high energy cosmic rays?
    by Andrea Palladino, Arjen van Vliet, Walter Winter, Anna Franckowiak
    arXiv:1911.05756 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 1

  6. Gamma-Ray Bursts as Sources of Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays across the Ankle
    by D. Biehl, D. Boncioli, A. Fedynitch, J. Heinze, A. Rudolph and W. Winter
    PoS(ICRC2019)196, Proceedings of the ICRC 2019 conference pdf, WP 2+3 R 1

  7. A New View on Auger Data and Cosmogenic Neutrinos in Light of Different Nuclear Disintegration and Air-shower Models
    by Anatoli Fedynitch, Jonas Heinze, Denise Boncioli and Walter Winter
    PoS(ICRC2019)249, Proceedings of the ICRC 2019 conference pdf, WP 1, 3, 4 R 1

  8. Targeting Earth: CRPropa learns to aim
    by Jens Jasche, Arjen van Vliet and Jörg P. Rachen
    PoS(ICRC2019)447, Proceedings of the ICRC 2019 conference pdf, arXiv:1911.05048 [astro-ph.HE],WP 3 R 4

  9. Neutrinos and UHECR nuclei from blazars: from a single-source model to a population study
    by Xavier Rodrigues, Anatoli Fedynitch, Shan Gao, Andrea Palladino, Denise Boncioli and Walter Winter
    PoS(ICRC2019)991, Proceedings of the ICRC 2019 conference pdf, WP 1+3 R 1

  10. Current constraints from cosmogenic neutrinos on the fraction of protons in UHECRs
    by Arjen van Vliet, Rafael Alves Batista and Jörg R. Hörandel
    PoS(ICRC2019)1025, Proceedings of the ICRC 2019 conference pdf, WP 3 R 1

  11. Multi-messenger interpretation of neutrinos from TXS 0506+056
    by Walter Winter, Shan Gao, Xavier Rodrigues, Anatoli Fedynitch, Martin Pohl
    PoS(ICRC2019)1032, Proceedings of the ICRC 2019 conference pdf, arXiv:1909.06289 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 1

  12. Impact of the collision model on the multi-messenger emission from Gamma-Ray Burst internal shocks
    by Annika Rudolph, Jonas Heinze, Anatoli Fedynitch, Walter Winter
    Astrophysical Journal (to appear), arXiv:1907.10633 [astro-ph.HE], WP 2 R 1

  13. Improved photomeson model for interactions of cosmic ray nuclei
    by Leonel Morejon, Anatoli Fedynitch, Denise Boncioli, Daniel Biehl, Walter Winter
    JCAP 11 (2019) 007, arXiv:1904.07999 [astro-ph.HE], Software, WP 1 R 1

  14. The flavor composition of astrophysical neutrinos after 8 years of IceCube: an indication of neutron decay scenario?
    by Andrea Palladino
    European Physical Journal C79 (2019) 500, arXiv:1902.08630 [astro-ph.HE], WP 5 R 2

  15. A new view on Auger data and cosmogenic neutrinos in light of different nuclear disintegration and air-shower models
    by Jonas Heinze, Anatoli Fedynitch, Denise Boncioli, Walter Winter
    Astrophysical Journal 873 (2019) 88, arXiv:1901.03338 [astro-ph.HE], WP 1, 3, 4 R 1

  16. Determining the fraction of cosmic-ray protons at ultra-high energies with cosmogenic neutrinos
    by Arjen van Vliet, Rafael Alves Batista, Armando di Matteo, Jörg Hörandel,
    Phys. Rev. D 100 (2019) 021302(R), arXiv:1901.01899 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3, 4 R 1

  17. Secondary neutrino and gamma-ray fluxes from SimProp and CRPropa
    by Rafael Alves Batista, Denise Boncioli, Armando di Matteo, Arjen van Vliet
    JCAP 05 (2019) 006, arXiv:1901.01244 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 3

  18. Leptohadronic blazar models applied to the 2014-2015 flare of TXS 0506+0506
    by Xavier Rodrigues, Shan Gao, Anatoli Fedynitch, Andrea Palladino, Walter Winter
    Astrophysical Journal Letters 874 (2019) L29, arXiv:1812.05939, WP 3 R 1

  19. IceCube Neutrinos from Hadronically Powered Gamma-Ray Galaxies
    by Andrea Palladino, Anatoli Fedynitch, Rasmus W. Rasmussen, Andrew M.Taylor
    JCAP 09 (2019) 004, arXiv:1812.04685 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 2

  20. Astrophysical neutrino production and impact of associated uncertainties in photo-hadronic interactions of UHECRs
    by Daniel Biehl, Denise Boncioli, Anatoli Fedynitch, Leonel Morejon, Walter Winter
    Proceedings of ISVHECRI 2018, arXiv:1809.10259 [astro-ph.HE], WP 1 R 2

  21. On the common origin of cosmic rays across the ankle and diffuse neutrinos at the highest energies from low-luminosity Gamma-Ray Bursts
    by Denise Boncioli, Daniel Biehl, Walter Winter
    Astrophysical Journal 872 (2019) 110, arXiv:1808.07481 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 1

  22. Modelling the coincident observation of a high-energy neutrino and a bright blazar flare
    by Shan Gao, Anatoli Fedynitch, Walter Winter, Martin Pohl
    Nature Astronomy 3 (2019) 88 (Share Link), arXiv:1807.04275 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 1

  23. Introduction to neutrino astronomy
    by Andrea Gallo Rosso, Carlo Mascaretti, Andrea Palladino, Francesco Vissani
    Eur. Phys.J. Plus 133 (2018) 267, arXiv:1806.06339 [astro-ph.HE], WP 2-5 R 4

  24. Interpretation of the diffuse astrophysical neutrino flux in terms of the blazar sequence
    by Andrea Palladino, Xavier Rodrigues, Shan Gao, Walter Winter
    Astrophysical Journal 871 (2019) 41, arXiv:1806.04769 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 1

  25. The hadronic interaction model Sibyll-2.3c and inclusive lepton fluxes
    by Anatoli Fedynitch, Felix Riehn, Ralph Engel, Thomas K. Gaisser, Todor Stanev
    Phys. Rev. D100 (2019) 103018, arXiv:1806.04140 [hep-ph], WP 4 R 4

  26. Binary Neutron Star Merger Remnants as Sources of Cosmic Rays Below the "Ankle"
    by Xavier Rodrigues, Daniel Biehl, Denise Boncioli, Andrew M. Taylor
    Astropart. Phys. 106 (2019) 10, arXiv:1806.01624 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 3

  27. The importance of observing astrophysical tau neutrinos
    by Andrea Palladino, Carlo Mascaretti, Francesco Vissani
    JCAP 08 (2018) 004, arXiv:1804.04965 [astro-ph.HE], WP 4 R 2

  28. A Multi-Component Model for the Observed Astrophysical Neutrinos
    by Andrea Palladino, Walter Winter
    Astronomy&Astrophysics 615 (2018) A168, arXiv:1801.07277 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 1

  29. Expected neutrino fluence from short Gamma-Ray Burst 170817A and off-axis angle constraints
    by Daniel Biehl, Jonas Heinze, Walter Winter
    MNRAS 476 (2018) 1191, arXiv:1712.00449 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 2

  30. Exploring potential cosmic ray accelerators with neutrinos: what do we learn by injecting nuclei in Gamma-Ray Bursts?
    Denise Boncioli, Daniel Biehl, Anatoli Fedynitch, Walter Winter
    PoS ICRC2017 (2017) 1064, WP 1 R 2

  31. Nuclear physics aspects of relevance to the sources of UHECRs
    by Anatoli Fedynitch, Denise Boncioli, Walter Winter
    PoS ICRC2017 (2017) 559, WP 1 R 1

  32. A state-of-the-art calculation of atmospheric lepton fluxes
    Anatoli Fedynitch, Hans Dembinski, Ralph Engel, Thomas K. Gaisser, Felix Riehn, Todor Stanev
    PoS ICRC2017 (2017) 1019, WP 4 R 4
     
  33. Data-driven model of the cosmic-ray flux and mass composition from 10 GeV to 10^11 GeV
    by Hans Peter Dembinski, Ralph Engel, Anatoli Fedynitch, Thomas Gaisser, Felix Riehn, Todor Stanev
    PoS ICRC2017 (2017) 533, arXiv:1711.11432 [astro-ph-HE], WP 3 R 4

  34. Tidally disrupted stars as a possible origin of both cosmic rays and neutrinos at the highest energies
    by Daniel Biehl, Denise Boncioli, Cecilia Lunardini, Walter Winter
    Scientific Reports 8 (2018) no.1, 10828, arXiv:1711.03555 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 1

  35. Neutrinos and Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Ray Nuclei from Blazars
    by Xavier Rodrigues, Anatoli Fedynitch, Shan Gao, Denise Boncioli, Walter Winter
    Astrophysical Journal 854 (2018) 54, arXiv:1711.02091 [astro-ph.HE], WP 1 R 1

  36. Astrophysical neutrinos flavored with Beyond the Standard Model physics
    by Rasmus W. Rasmussen, Lukas Lechner, Markus Ackermann, Marek Kowalski, Walter Winter
    Phys. Rev. D96 (2017) 083018, arXiv:1707.07684 [hep-ph], WP 5 R 1

  37. Cosmic-Ray and Neutrino Emission from Gamma-Ray Bursts with a Nuclear Cascade
    by Daniel Biehl, Denise Boncioli, Anatoli Fedynitch, Walter Winter
    Astronomy&Astrophysics 611 (2018) A101, arXiv:1705.08909 [astro-ph.HE], WP 1 R 1

  38. SimProp v2r4: Monte Carlo simulation code for UHECR propagation
    by Roberto Aloisio, Denise Boncioli, Armando di Matteo, Aurelio F. Grillo, Francesco Salamida, Sergio Petrera
    JCAP 11 (2017) 009, arXiv:1705.03729 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 4

  39. Interactions of Cosmic Rays around the Universe. Models for UHECR data interpretation
    by Denise Boncioli
    EPJ Web Conf. 141 (2017) 07001, arXiv:1705.04077 [astro-ph.HE], Proc. of XLVI International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics (ISMD 2016), WP 1, 3 R 2

  40. Combined fit of spectrum and composition data as measured by the Pierre Auger Observatory
    by the Pierre Auger Collaboration, including Denise Boncioli
    JCAP 04 (2017) 038, arXiv:1612.07155 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 3

  41. High Energy Neutrinos from the Tidal Disruption of Stars
    by Cecilia Lunardini, Walter Winter
    Phys. Rev. D95 (2017) 123001, arXiv:1612.03160 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 2

  42. Astrophysical Neutrino Production Diagnostics with the Glashow Resonance
    by Daniel Biehl, Anatoli Fedynitch, Andrea Palladino, Tom J. Weiler, Walter Winter
    JCAP 01 (2017) 033, arXiv:1611.07983 [astro-ph.HE], WP 5 R 1

  43. On the direct correlation between gamma-ray and PeV neutrinos from blazars
    by Shan Gao, Martin Pohl, Walter Winter
    Astrophysical Journal 843 (2017) 109, arXiv:1610.05306 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 2

  44. Nuclear Physics Meets the Sources of the Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays
    by Denise Boncioli, Anatoli Fedynitch, Walter Winter
    Scientific Reports 7 (2017) 4882, arXiv:1607.07989 [astro-ph.HE], WP 1 R 1

  45. Multi-messenger light curves from gamma-ray bursts in the internal shock model
    by Mauricio Bustamante, Jonas Heinze, Kohta Murase, Walter Winter
    Astrophysical Journal, 837 (2017) 33, arXiv:1606.02325 [astro-ph.HE], WP 2 R 1

  46. Cosmogenic Neutrinos Challenge the Cosmic Ray Proton Dip Model
    by Jonas Heinze, Denise Boncioli, Mauricio Bustamante, Walter Winter
    Astrophysical Journal 825 (2016) 122, arXiv:1512.05988 [astro-ph.HE], WP 3 R 2

  47. Atmospheric Neutrino Oscillations for Earth Tomography
    by Walter Winter
    Nucl. Phys. B908 (2016) 250 (in special issue "Neutrino Oscillations: Celebrating the Nobel Prize in Physics 2015"),  arXiv:1511.05154 [hep-ph], WP 4 R 1

  48. Theoretically palatable flavor combinations of astrophysical neutrinos
    by Mauricio Bustamante, John Beacom, Walter Winter
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 115 (2015) 161302, arXiv:1506.02645 [astro-ph.HE], WP 5 R 1



Related publications

(Helmholtz POF3-613)
  1. The hadronic interaction model SIBYLL 2.3c and Feynman scaling
    by Felix Riehn, Hans P. Dembinski, Ralph Engel, Anatoli Fedynitch, Thomas K. Gaisser, Todor Stanev
    PoS ICRC2017 (2017) 301, arXiv:1709.07227

  2. The hadronic interaction model Sibyll – past, present and future
    by Ralph Engel, Felix Riehn, Anatoli Fedynitch, Thomas K. Gaisser, Todor Stanev
    EPJ Web Conf. 145 (2017) 08001
     
  3. Perspectives for tests of neutrino masses at the GeV scale: Experimental reach versus theoretical predictions
    by Rasmus W. Rasmussen, Walter Winter
    Phys. Rev. D94 (2016) 073004, arXiv:1607.07880 [hep-ph]

  4. Bottom-Up Discrete Symmetries for Cabibbo Mixing
    by Ivo de Medeiros Varzielas, Rasmus W. Rasmussen, Jim Talbert
    Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 32 (2017) 1750047, arXiv:1605.03581 [hep-ph]

  5. Neutrinos and the Origin of the Cosmic Rays
    by Walter Winter
    PoS ICRC2015 (2016) 1116, Proceedings of the ICRC 2015 conference


Related theses

  1. Ultra-high-energy cosmic-ray nuclei and neutrinos in models of gamma-ray bursts and extragalactic propagation
    by Jonas Heinze, PhD thesis, Humboldt university, 2019

  2. Blazars as Sources of Neutrinos and Ultra-high-energy Cosmic Rays
    by Xavier Rodrigues, PhD thesis, Humboldt university, 2019
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  3. Nuclear Cascades and Neutrino Production in the Sources of Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Ray Nuclei
    by Daniel Biehl, PhD thesis, Humboldt university, 2019
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  4. Implications of physics beyond the Standard Model in the quark and lepton sectors
    by Rasmus W. Rasmussen, PhD thesis, Humboldt university, 2018
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  5. Implications of collision dynamics in Gamma-Ray Burst internal shocks on the production of multiple asrtophysical messengers
    by Annika Rudolph, Master thesis, KIT Karlsruhe, 2017

  6. Cosmogenic neutrinos as secondary messengers of Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays
    by Jonas Heinze, Master thesis, Humboldt university, 2016



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