2019 July 22
Accurate prediction of the radio emission from cosmic ray air showers relies on computationally demanding Monte Carlo simulations such as CoREAS. We aim to expedite this process via a semi-analytical synthesis model while maintaining high accuracy by using simulated radio pulses as templates. We present our key concept for template processing focusing on the development of the particle cascade and its empirical effect on the locally produced radio signal. In this context the universality of the radio emission from small sections of an air shower also becomes important where most previous studies focus on integral quantities observable at far distances.