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We will meet on Wednesday July 16 @ 3pm EST in TL-2221
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Folks,
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Let's meet next week, Wednesday July 16 @ 3pm EST in TL-2221.
  
 
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== Agenda ==
 
== Agenda ==
  
: Dan - Spring analysis
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: Spring analysis - Dan has created a nice summary of our Spring runs (see a recent version on the wiki) and has begun analyzing the various studies.  He'll give us an update, showing results from our Cu, Ag, Au "dry run"
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: Marty - Model update
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: Model update - Last we met, Marty made good progress on reproducing the spectra finding that by more realistic description of the PMT was reproducing energy resolution of ~2.0% as compared to measured ~2.6%.  This was accomplished assuming dE/E ~0.1 %.  I "owed" Marty some info on the realistic spread and it's closer to 50-70 keV in this region, so reasonable range is 0.5-1.0%.  Let's hear about last ~month's progress...
  
: Joe - Plans for Fall running
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: Plans for Fall running - Last Spring we successfully recommissioned the Mott to learn it's "new" operating conditions and then collected dry-run data on Au, Ag, Cu.  I'll prepare a summary table or slide, but let's discuss our priorities for Fall running so I can begin lobbying effectively for beam time.

Revision as of 10:54, 11 July 2014

Folks,

Let's meet next week, Wednesday July 16 @ 3pm EST in TL-2221.

For those calling in we'll use the ReadyTalk audio conference system.

1. Dial Toll-Free Number: 866-740-1260 (U.S. & Canada)
2. Enter 7-digit access code 3441852, followed by “#”

Agenda

Spring analysis - Dan has created a nice summary of our Spring runs (see a recent version on the wiki) and has begun analyzing the various studies. He'll give us an update, showing results from our Cu, Ag, Au "dry run"


Model update - Last we met, Marty made good progress on reproducing the spectra finding that by more realistic description of the PMT was reproducing energy resolution of ~2.0% as compared to measured ~2.6%. This was accomplished assuming dE/E ~0.1 %. I "owed" Marty some info on the realistic spread and it's closer to 50-70 keV in this region, so reasonable range is 0.5-1.0%. Let's hear about last ~month's progress...
Plans for Fall running - Last Spring we successfully recommissioned the Mott to learn it's "new" operating conditions and then collected dry-run data on Au, Ag, Cu. I'll prepare a summary table or slide, but let's discuss our priorities for Fall running so I can begin lobbying effectively for beam time.