29 July 2015 to 6 August 2015
World Forum
Europe/Amsterdam timezone

Contribution List

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Ad van den Berg (University of Groningen)
30/07/2015, 09:00
Prof. Sibrand Poppema (University of Groningen)
30/07/2015, 09:25
Stefan Klepser (DESY)
30/07/2015, 15:30
GA-IN
Poster contribution
Marco Ricci (Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare Frascati (IT))
30/07/2015, 15:30
CR-EX
Poster contribution
Dr Bo Gao (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Dr Hanrong Wu (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Mr Huicai Li (School of Physics, Nankai University), Dr Mingjun Chen (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Ms Xiaojie Wang (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Prof. Zhiguo Yao (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
30/07/2015, 15:30
GA-IN
Poster contribution
As a major component of the LHAASO project, the main physical goal of the Water Cherenkov Detector Array (WCDA) is to survey the northen sky for VHE gamma ray sources. One of the key issues to fulfill this goal is the angular resolution and the pointing precision of the detector, which depends much on the time calibration of the whole array. In this paper, a new time calibration technique...
Dr Bo Gao (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS), Prof. Chunxu Yu (School of Physics, Nankai University), Dr Hanrong Wu (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS), Mr Huicai Li (School of Physics, Nankai University), Dr Mingjun Chen (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS), Ms Xiaojie Wang (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS), Prof. Zhiguo Yao (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS)
30/07/2015, 15:30
GA-IN
Poster contribution
The Large High Altitude Air Shower Observatory (LHAASO) project is to be built at Daocheng, Sichuan Province, 4400 m a.s.l., in a few years. As one of the major components of the LHAASO project, LHAASO-WCDA, a water Cherenkov detector array with an area of 90000 m2, contains around 400,000 tons of purified water. To gain full knowledge of the water Cherenkov technique and to investigate the...
Gregory Tarle (University of Michigan), JIm Musser (Indiana University), Mr Joseph Gennaro (U. Michigan), Dr Mathew Geske (Penn. State U.), Dr Michael Schubnell (U. Michigan), Prof. Muller Dietrich (U. Chicago), Prof. Scott Nutter (N. Kentucky U.), Prof. Scott Wakely (U. Chicago), Stephane Coutu (Penn State University), nahee park (University of Chicago)
31/07/2015, 12:00
CR-EX
Oral contribution
Electrons at energies greater that 1 TeV must originate in the local Galactic neighborhood, within a kpc or so, owing to their rapid energy loss rates during propagation. Only a few candidate acceleration sites exist within this horizon, such as the Vela, Monogem or Cygnus Loop supernova remnants, and thus a measurement of the multi-TeV cosmic-ray electron flux would be a very useful probe of...
Michel Spiro (CEA/IRFU,Centre d'etude de Saclay Gif-sur-Yvette (FR))
31/07/2015, 18:30