International School of Cosmic Ray Astrophysics
15th Course: "Astrophysics at Ultra-High Energies"
20-27 June 2006
Ettore Majorana Centre
Erice, Sicily, Italy
Topic: Methods for detection of UHE neutrino
Lecturer: David Seckel
Most schemes for UHE neutrino detection rely on the production of hadronic or electromagnetic cascades which, in turn, may be detected by a variety of optical, radio and acoustic techniques. The phenomenology of these signals coupled with increasing neutrino cross-sections leads to a variety in-situ arrays and remote sensing experiments. Expectations for different proposals should be compared by evaluating their response in a model independent way, or to a minimal set of baseline models.