Wang, Shih-Hao 王士豪


Junior fellow


R7N2, CCL Cosmology Hall






+886 2 23655473

Selected Publications

  • Please see https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0060-7975 for the full list.
  • S. Wang et al. (TAROGE and ARIANNA collaborations), “TAROGE-M: radio antenna array on Antarctic high mountain for detecting near-horizontal ultra-high energy air showers, JCAP 11 (2022) 022.
  • S. Wang et al. (TAROGE and ARIANNA collaborations), “Status, Calibration, and Cosmic Ray Detection of ARIANNA-HCR Station”, PoS ICRC2019 (2019) 462.
  • S. Wang et al. (TAROGE and ARIANNA collaborations), “Calibration, Performance, and Cosmic Ray Detection of ARIANNA-HCR Prototype Station”, PoS ICRC2017 (2017) 358.
  • Shi-Hao Wang, Pisin Chen, Jiwoo Nam, Melin Huang,  Feasibility of determining diffuse ultra-high energy cosmic neutrino flavor ratio through ARA neutrino observatory , JCAP 11, 062 (2013); arXiv:1302.1586 [astro-ph.HE].


I’m interested in the detection of ultra-high energy (UHE) cosmic rays and neutrinos with energies beyond 10^17 eV, the most energetic particles known in the Universe but which origin remains a mystery. In particular, UHE neutrino is not only the unique messenger at the most energetic regime, but it can test fundamental physics at energies and distances not achievable on the Earth. These UHE particles can be efficiently detected by radio pulses of nanosecond duration generated by their interaction with terrestrial materials which induce particle showers, and we have built antenna arrays in Taiwan and Antarctica, the TAROGE project, to search for them.
Currently I’m working on the BURSTT project, which can do nearly all-sky survey and precise positioning of fast radio bursts, for attaining a better understanding of the mysterious phenomenon.