Volume 358 - 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2019) - CRD - Cosmic Ray Direct
e/p Separation Study Using the ISS-CREAM Top and Bottom Counting Detectors
S. Kang*  on behalf of the ISS-CREAM Collaboration, Y. Amare, D. Angelaszek, N. Anthony, G.H. Choi, M. Chung, M. Copley, L. Derome, L. Eraud, C. Falana, A. Gerrety, L. Hagenau, J.H. Han, H.G. Huh, Y.S. Hwang, H.J. Hyun, H.B. Jeon, J.A. Jeon, S. Jeong, H.J. Kim, K.C. Kim, M.H. Kim, H.Y. Lee, J. Lee, M.H. Lee, C. Lamb, J.F. Liang, L. Lu, J.P. Lundquist, L. Lutz, B. Mark, A. Mechaca-Rocha, T. Mernik, M. Nester, O. Ofoha, H. Park, I.H. Park, J.M. Park, N. Picot-Clemente, S. Rostsky, E.S. Seo, J.R. Smith, R. Takeishi, T. Tatoli, P. Walpole, R.P. Weinmann, J. Wu, Z. Yin, Y.S. Yoon and H.G. Zhanget al. (click to show)
Full text: pdf
Pre-published on: July 22, 2019
Published on: July 02, 2021
Abstract
Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass for the International Space Station (ISS-CREAM) is an experiment for studying the origin, acceleration, and propagation mechanisms of high-energy cosmic rays. The ISS-CREAM instrument was launched on the 14th of August 2017 to the ISS aboard the SpaceX-12 Dragon spacecraft. The Top and Bottom Counting Detectors (TCD/BCD) are parts of the ISS-CREAM instrument and designed for studying electron and gamma-ray physics. The TCD/BCD each consist of an array of 20 $\times$ 20 photodiodes on a plastic scintillator. The TCD/BCD can separate electrons from protons by using the difference between the shapes of electromagnetic and hadronic showers in the high energy region. The Boosted Decision Tree (BDT) method, which is a deep learning method, is used in this separation study. We will present results of the electron/proton separation study and rejection power in various energy ranges.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.358.0086
How to cite

Metadata are provided both in "article" format (very similar to INSPIRE) as this helps creating very compact bibliographies which can be beneficial to authors and readers, and in "proceeding" format which is more detailed and complete.

Open Access