Where do the most energetic particles in the universe come from?

This looks like the most natural question regarding ultra-high energy cosmic rays, but it’s also one of the hardest ones to be answered.

Testing effects of Lorentz invariance violation in the propagation of astroparticles with the Pierre Auger Observatory

The possibility of some level of Lorentz invariance violation at very-high energies has been proposed in the context of theories beyond the Standard Model, quantum gravity and string theory.

Survey: The Voice of Women

2022 International Day of Women and Girls in Science
See our survey of 80 women scientists in our collaboration on gender issues in their scientific environment.

Online-Event: Meet your Auger female colleague

2022 International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Are you wondering how they did it? We invited you to meet senior female members of the collaboration and ask them about their challenges and opportunities.

Online-Event: "What do women talk about when they talk about science?"

2022 International Day of Women and Girls in Science
With marking the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the Auger Collaboration wants to raise more awareness and to suppport a change in culture which will benefit everyone.

Artificial Intelligence meets Physics: Deep-Learning based Reconstruction of the Shower Maximum

The Pierre Auger Collaboration recently introduced a deep-learning-based method to reconstruct the depth of maximum air shower profiles

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