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CLAS Speakers Committee Page

The role of the CLAS Speakers Committee (CSC) is to supervise and promote the accurate and broad dissemination of results to the scientific community by talks from members of the CLAS Collaboration. This is an interface to the CSC database, containing conferences and requests for talks. After login, CSC members can use this interface to manage conferences and speaker requests.

If you would like to give a talk or show a poster

Please log in, then revisit this page to submit your request to the CSC. You will be able to trace the status of your request in the section below.

Registered speakers

Only conferences beginning later than one week from now are listed below. For all of 2014 click here and for the full list, including past years, click here. CLAS12 talks are highlighted in green.

Conference/WorkshopSpeakerTalk TitleTalk TypePWGSlidesProceedingsApproval Status
Seminars/Colloquia Michael Mayer"Beam-Target Double Spin Asymmetry in D(e,e'p)n"ContributedNP Approved
Kraków, Poland
May 29 - June 3, 2014
Diane Schott"CLAS Results on Meson Spectroscopy"InvitedHS Approved
Marciana Marina, Italy
June 23 - 27, 2014
Brian Raue"Two-photon exchange effects in e+/e- elastic scattering"InvitedDP Approved
Minsk, Belarus
July 1 - 4, 2014
Sixth Workshop on Hadron Physics in China and Opportunites in US
Lanzhou, China
July 21 - 24, 2014
Gerard Gilfoyle"Future Measurements of the Nucleon Elastic Electromagnetic Form Factors at Jefferson Lab"Invited Approved

Found a total of 5 talks with status 'Approved' between Apr 24, 2014 and Aug 15, 2015

Legend: PWG stands for Physics Working Group and can be HS (Hadron Spectroscopy), DP (Deep Processes) or NP (Nuclear Physics). Empty field means an overview talk.

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