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Workshop on Radio Neutrino Detection at the South Pole
1308 W Dayton St, Madison, WI 53715
(o=uwmad,ou=Institutions,dc=icecube,dc=wisc,dc=edu), Kim Kreiger
(o=uwmad,ou=Institutions,dc=icecube,dc=wisc,dc=edu), Lindsey Steffes
(o=uwmad,ou=Institutions,dc=icecube,dc=wisc,dc=edu), Michael DuVernois
The South Pole has hosted the RICE and ARA englacial radio neutrino detectors. A new proposal for a larger array, including the ARA and ARIANNA people and technologies into the mix, called RNO is under consideration at the NSF. Farther in the future, the IceCube Gen2 project foresees a radio component augmenting the optical detectors at the highest energies. This one day workshop aims to advance the discussions on future projects and bring the radio community’s perspective to the IceCube collaboration.