The Giant Radio Array for Neutrino Detection (GRAND) Collaboration -- Contributions to the 38th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC 2023)

GRAND Collaboration, Rafael Alves Batista, Aurélien Benoit-Lévy, Teresa Bister, Mauricio Bustamante, Yiren Chen, LingMei Cheng, Simon Chiche, Jean-Marc Colley, Pablo Correa, Nicoleta Cucu Laurenciu, Zigao Dai, Beatriz de Errico, Sijbrand de Jong, João R. T. de Mello Neto, Krijn D. de Vries, Peter B. Denton, Valentin Deocoene, Kaikai Duan, Bohao Duan, Ralph Engel, Yizhong Fan, Arsène Ferrière, QuanBu Gou, Junhua Gu, Marion Guelfand, Jianhua Guo, Yiqing Guo, Vaidhai Gupta, Claire Guépin, Lukas Gülzow, Andreas Haungs, Haoning He, Eric Hivon, Hongbo Hu, Xiaoyuan Huang, Yan Huang, Tim Huege, Wen Jiang, Ramesh Koirala, Kumiko Kotera, Jelena Köhler, Bruno L. Lago, Sandra Le Coz, François Legrand, Antonios Leisos, Rui Li, Cheng Liu, Ruoyu Liu, Wei Liu, Pengxiong Ma, Oscar Macias, Frédéric Magnard, Olivier Martineau-Huynh, Ananstasiia Mikhno, Pragati Mitra, Miguel Mostafá, Fabrice Mottez, Jean Mouette, Kohta Murase, Valentin Niess, Stavros Nonis, Shoichi Ogio, Foteini Oikonomou, Tanguy Pierog, Lech Wiktor Piotrowski, Pierre Poisvert, Simon Prunet, Xiangli Qian, Markus Roth, Takashi Sako, Harm Schoorlemmer, Bart Steeman, Dániel Szálas-Motesiczky, Szymon Sławiński, Anne Timmermans, Charles Timmermans, Apostolos Tsirigotis, Matías Tueros, Shen Wang, Xiangyu Wang, Xu Wang, Daming Wei, Feng Wei, Xiangping Wu, Xuefeng Wu, Xin Xu, Xing Xu, Lili Yang, Xuan Yang, Qiang Yuan, Philippe Zarka, Houdun Zeng, Chao Zhang, Jianli Zhang, Kewen Zhang, Pengfei Zhang, Songbo Zhang, Hao Zhou
High Energy Physics - Experiment, High Energy Physics - Experiment (hep-ex), High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena (astro-ph.HE), Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (astro-ph.IM), High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph)
2023-07-26 16:00:00
The Giant Radio Array for Neutrino Detection (GRAND) is an envisioned observatory of ultra-high-energy particles of cosmic origin, with energies in excess of 100 PeV. GRAND uses large surface arrays of autonomous radio-detection units to look for the radio emission from extensive air showers that are triggered by the interaction of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays, gamma rays, and neutrinos in the atmosphere or underground. In particular, for ultra-high-energy neutrinos, the future final phase of GRAND aims to be sensitive enough to discover them in spite of their plausibly tiny flux. Presently, three prototype GRAND radio arrays are in operation: GRANDProto300, in China, GRAND@Auger, in Argentina, and GRAND@Nancay, in France. Their goals are to field-test the design of the radio-detection units, understand the radio background to which they are exposed, and develop tools for diagnostic, data gathering, and data analysis. This list of contributions to the 38th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC 2023) presents an overview of GRAND, in its present and future incarnations, and a look at the first data collected by GRANDProto13, the first phase of GRANDProto300.
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