The 26th Extended European Cosmic Ray Symposium ends

11 July 2018 Department of Information and Media Communications
July 10 was the last day of the 26th Extended European Cosmic Ray Symposium (ECRS) and the 35th Russian Cosmic Ray Conference (RCRC) held at Altai State University.

On July 8, the organizing committee and participants of the XXVI Expanded European Symposium on Cosmic Rays (ECRS) and the XXXV All-Russian Conference on Cosmic Rays (RCRC) moved the sites to Belokurikha. Here, in the conference hall of the sanatorium "Belokurikha", until July 10, there are sectional sessions of the forum.
It is to be reminded that the symposium moved to Belokurikha on July 8–10.

On July 8, the organizing committee and participants of the symposium moved the sites in Belokurikha. Here, in the conference hall of the Belokurikha resort, sectional sessions of the forum were carried out. On Monday, July 9, two parallel sections were held: "Cosmic Rays above the Knee" (moderators: Jörg Hörandel, the University of Nijmegen (the Netherlands) and Anatoly Petrukhin (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)) and "Cosmic Rays Anisotropy" (moderator: Pino Di Sciascio, National Institute for Nuclear Physics (Rome, Italy)). In the first section, the participants discussed the results of international astrophysical experiments Tien Shan, NEVOD, SPHERE-2, etc. In the second section, they touched upon HAWC, IceTop, IceCube, GRAPES-3, Tibet, ARGO-YBJ, PAO and Telescope Array. On July 10, the final day of the symposium, 2 sections were organized: "HE/UHE Gamma Rays" and "HE/UHE Muons and Neutrinos" devoted to the problems of studying gamma quanta, muons and neutrinos of ultrahigh energies.

In total, almost 300 reports and presentations on topical problems of high-energy astrophysics and space research were delivered during the symposium.

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