ePIC Collaboration

ePIC Collaboration

ePIC Collaboration

Conference Date
Conference Location

Jefferson Lab

The second meeting of the ePIC Collaboration will take place January 9-11th at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. The meeting will be held in a hybrid format to allow all members of the international collaboration to take part.  The meeting is open to both current members of the ePIC collaboration as well as all interested parties.  

This second meeting of the ePIC Collaboration comes at a time of major progress in the development of the technical design of the ePIC detector, the first major simulation campaign and deployment of the unified software stack, and the formation of the collaboration through a Collaboration Charter.

The agenda consists of plenary sessions held over two and a half days covering the status of the collaboration, a report from the EIC project, and status reports from the Detector and Physics Working Group members.  There will be a meeting of the Collaboration Council on the first afternoon, and an opportunity to tour the laboratory facilities on the last day. The meeting will focus on planning to address the challenges in the coming year and the milestones that need to be met for the CD-2/3A review in late 2023.

In order to be at JLab, all international persons coming from outside the US to JLab will need an invitation letter.

Contact your department/division travel coordinator for further information, and to arrange for this letter.

If you have any questions please reach out to Sadie Cherry at cherry@jlab.org

All attendees MUST register for this conference 7 days in advance. 

Organizing Committee

Silvia Dalla Torre (Trieste)
Or Hen (MIT)
Tanja Horn (CUA)
John Lajoie (Iowa State)
Bernd Surrow (Temple)