ICRC 2011 (Beijing) Auger Papers

I- The Cosmic Ray Energy Spectrum and Related Measurements, including:

      • Update on the measurement of the CR energy spectrum above 1018 eV made using the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Combined energy spectrum table
      • The Cosmic Ray Spectrum above 4 × 1018 eV as measured with inclined showers recorded at the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • The AMIGA infill detector of the Pierre Auger Observatory: performance and first data
      • Energy calibration of data recorded with the surface detectors of the Pierre Auger Observatory: an update
      • Reconstruction of inclined showers at the Pierre Auger Observatory: implications for the muon content

 

II- Studies of Cosmic Ray Composition and Hadronic Interaction models, including:

      • The distribution of shower maxima of UHECR air showers
      • Measurement of Atmospheric Production Depths of muons with the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Measurements of the Longitudinal Development of Air Showers with the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Tables of shower development data
      • Estimate of the proton-air cross-section with the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Interpretation of the signals produced by showers from cosmic rays of 1019 eV observed in the surface detectors of the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • A new method for determining the primary energy from the calorimetric energy of showers observed in hybrid mode on a shower-by-shower basis

 

III- Other Astrophysical Observations, including:

      • Anisotropies and Chemical Composition of Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays Using Arrival Directions Measured by the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Bounds on the density of sources of ultra high energy cosmic rays from Pierre Auger Observatory data
      • Search for energy-position correlated multiplets in Pierre Auger Observatory data
      • Search for Galactic point-sources of EeV neutrons
      • An update on a search for ultra-high energy photons using the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • The Pierre Auger Observatory and ultra-high energy neutrinos: upper limits to the diffuse and point source fluxes
      • Analysis of the modulation in the first harmonic of the right ascension distribution of cosmic rays detected at the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Influence of geomagnetic effects on large scale anisotropy searches
      • Measurement of Energy-Energy-Correlations with the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Back-tracking studies of the arrival directions of UHECR detected by the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Measurement of Low Energy Cosmic Radiation with the Water Cherenkov Detector Array of the Pierre Auger Observatory

 

IV- Operation and Monitoring, including:

      • Long Term Performance of the Surface Detectors of the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Remote operation of the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Atmospheric Monitoring at the Pierre Auger Observatory – Status and Update
      • Implementation of meteorological model data in the air shower reconstruction of the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Night Sky Background measurements by the Pierre Auger Fluorescence Detectors and comparison with simultaneous data from the UVscope instrument
      • Observation of Elves with the Fluorescence Detectors of the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Atmospheric Super Test Beam for the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • Multiple scattering measurement with laser events
      • Education and Public Outreach of the Pierre Auger Observatory

 

V- Enhancements, including:

      • The HEAT Telescopes of the Pierre Auger Observatory. Status and First Data
      • The AMIGA detector of the Pierre Auger Observatory: an overview
      • The AMIGA muon counters of the Pierre Auger Observatory: performance and first data
      • AERA: the Auger Engineering Radio Array
      • Autonomous detection and analysis of radio emission from air showers at the Pierre Auger Observatory
      • New technologies for the Pierre Auger Observatory research and development in southeastern Colorado
      • Microwave detection of cosmic ray showers at the Pierre Auger Observatory