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Tuesday, January 30
Tuesday, January 30
* 09:00 - Mike Williams (MIT) - LHCB and Machine Learning ?
* 09:00 - Mike Williams (MIT) - LHCB and Machine Learning[[File:Mike_Williams.pdf]]
* 09:30 - Markus Diefenthaler (JLab) - Streaming readout and the EIC [[File:Diefenthaler-StreamingReadoutEIC.pdf]]
* 09:30 - Markus Diefenthaler (JLab) - Streaming readout and the EIC [[File:Diefenthaler-StreamingReadoutEIC.pdf]]

Revision as of 13:53, 31 January 2018

Organizers: Douglas Hasell, Jan Bernauer (MIT)

Jan 29-30, 2018


Monday, January 29

Morning session - Overview of current systems and plans for the future.

  • 09:00 - Douglas Hasell (MIT) - Welcome
  • 09:15 - Jan Bernauer (MIT) - Intro and food for thought
  • 09:45 - Jose Repond (ANL) - TOPSIDE- Concept of an EIC detectorFile:Jose Repod.pptx
  • 10:15 - Martin Purschke (BNL) -Streaming TPC Readout in the sPHENIX Experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion ColliderFile:Martin Purschke.pptx
  • 10:45 - Coffee
  • 11:00 - Graham Heyes (JLAB) - The Evolution of JLAB DAQ toward streaming readout File:Graham Heyes.pdf
  • 11:30 - Alexandre Camsonne (JLAB) - JLAB SOLID experiment DAQ overview [pdf]
  • 12:00 - Lunch (on your own)

Afternoon session - Technical presentation on electronics and capabilities followed by round table discussion and planning.

  • 15:45 - Open discussion on the implications for various detector choices and electronic requirements, next steps and tests needed for streaming readout electronics: ASICs needs, detector/readout needs, what can we accomplish, etc.

  • 18:00- Dinner (on your own but reservations at Legal Seafood)

Tuesday, January 30

  • 10:00 - Open discussion on what data acquisition system need from the electronics: raw data, massaged data, partially reconstructed data ? What are the limitations.
  • 10:30 - Coffee
  • 10:45 - Open discussion on where do we go from here. Possible collaboration, where can we help each other, to do list, timeline, etc.


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Monday, January 29



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Tuesday, January 30



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Hopefully attending in person

Jan Bernauer (MIT) - speaker Ross Corliss (MIT) Chris Cuevas (JLab) - speaker Markus Diefenthaler (JLab) - speaker Rolf Ent (JLab) Ivica Frisic (MIT) Douglas Hasell (MIT) Graham Heyes (JLab) - speaker Richard Milner (MIT) Bob Redwine (MIT) Jose Repond (ANL) - speaker Mike Williams (MIT) - speaker Rik Yoshida (JLab)

Attending remotely

David Blyth (ANL) Alexandre Camsonne (JLab) - speaker Dipangkar Dutta (MSU) Ryan Herbst (SLAC) - speaker Eleanor Judd (LBL) Michael Kohl (HU) Tonko Ljubicic (BNL) Marco Locatelli (CAEN) Alessandro Lonardo (INFN) Pete Markwitz (FIU) Esko Mikkola (AlphaCore) - speaker Martin Purschke (BNL) - speaker Ernst Sichtermann (LBL)