It took a while, but our paper — with Amy Connolly — extracting measurements of the neutrino-nucleon cross sections above 10 TeV is now out: 1711.11043.
In our paper, we used only HESE showers to extract the cross section. You might also be interested in the analysis done by IceCube, which used only through-going muons: 1711.08119.
On October 01, 2017, I started a new postdoc position a the Niels Bohr Institute (NBI) of the University of Copenhagen. At the NBI, I have joined the Astroparticle Physics research group led by Subir Sarkar and the AstroNu research group led by Irene Tamborra.
In the 2016 edition of TEDxTukuy, I gave a talk entitled “How do invisible particles reveal secrets of the Universe?”. The video is below. The audio is in Spanish, but you can turn on YouTube’s automatic English subtitling by clicking on the CC button located at the bottom of the video window.
I have migrated here most of the content from my former website hosted at the Ohio State University, where I did my first postdoc (2014–2017).