Biography:

In the past Shuwang Cui has collaborated on articles with Taoli Li. One of their most recent publications is Evaluation of a wide-sky survey method for EAS experiments. Which was published in journal Astroparticle Physics.

More information about Shuwang Cui research including statistics on their citations can be found on their Copernicus Academic profile page.

Shuwang Cui's Articles: (2)

Evaluation of a wide-sky survey method for EAS experiments

AbstractSeveral ground-based extensive air shower (EAS) experiments such as As γ and Milagro have observed that CRs show large scale anisotropy in the TeV energy region with an amplitude of about 0.1%. The amplitude of anisotropy is so weak that we have to deal carefully with potential errors introduced by analysis methods. In this paper, we discuss a method based on χ2-iteration algorithm for wide sky survey analysis in the use of equi-zenith angle method with large sample data. The results show that χ2-iteration method leads to accurate and reasonable results in the case of large scale anisotropy in data samples.

Simulation on gamma ray astronomy research with LHAASO-KM2A

AbstractLHAASO (Large High Altitude Air Shower Observatory) is a large project to research on high energy gamma ray astronomy and cosmic ray physics. KM2A (one KM2 Array), one main part of the LHAASO project, using a 1 km2 array composed of electron detectors (ED) and muon detectors (MD), focuses on gamma ray astronomy above 30 TeV and cosmic ray physics in the “knee” region. Accurate measurement of gamma ray energy spectra above 30 TeV is crucial to identify the sources as the galactic cosmic ray accelerators. Monte Carlo simulation indicates that cosmic gamma rays can be distinguished from cosmic nuclei background by using muon content in extensive air showers (EAS). With the sensitivity of about 1% of the integral flux of Crab Nebula, the high duty cycle of at least 90% and the full sky survey, the KM2A array would be very useful in discovering the galactic gamma ray sources and identifying the cosmic ray sources with gamma-ray emission. A detailed simulation is carried out for studying performance and expectation of the KM2A array in gamma ray astronomy above 30 TeV.

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