General Meeting Agenda 8/19/11
For the next few weeks, we plan to resume weekly meetings again on the MEIC/ELIC. In order, we plan to discuss the Institute for Nuclear Theory report this week and the detector R&D plans next week, and then will follow early September with a joint meeting/discussion on the ongoing work on the detector/interaction region design.
For coming Friday, we urge the Nuclear Physicists to attend or call in as we plan to discuss the INT report of last year's 10-week EIC science program that appeared a week ago on the archive:
"Gluons and the quark sea at high energies: distributions, polarization, tomography"
D. Boer, M. Diehl, R. Milner, R. Venugopalan, W. Vogelsang et al
We think it is very important to have a discussion on whether the published report includes, or does not include, the science as foreseen with an EIC that was developed by the JLab user community as part of the JLab user workshops in 2010.
For further planning, we plan to have a meeting devoted to followup on the call for proposals for EIC-related generic detector R&D on August 26th, the Friday of the PAC38 meeting. Then, on September 2nd or 9th we will come back in a joint meeting with CASA/Accelerator to the work spearheaded by Vasiliy Morozov and Pawel Nadel-Turonski on the interaction region design: checking for compatibility with magnet capabilities and detection requirements after the efforts of last year.
Meeting is at 9:30 am in F326/7, and call-in information is given below. If there are relevant files beyond the mentioned arXiv paper, they will be mailed (and only later added to http://www.jlab.org/~ent/TMP2/081911, which still remains inaccessible from offsite).
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