Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs
April 15, 2015
PhysicsJefferson Lab Published Journal Articles April 6-10
Records and Information Management Month Fact of the Week
When managing email, keep personal and official emails separated by creating folders and further separating by type or series. Email should be retained according to applicable records schedules and should be periodically purged when messages meet their required retention. Email may be "correspondence" in specific records schedules, but might also be considered transmittals for attachments. Of interest may be DOE Administrative Records Schedule #23 - Records Common to Most Offices. According to this schedule, #7 - Transitory Files are records of short-term interest (180 days or less), including in electronic form (e.g., email messages), which have minimal or no documentary or evidential value. The retention for these records is "Destroy immediately, or when no longer needed for reference, or under a predetermined schedule or business rule." All DOE Administrative Records Schedules are found here.
RIM Trivia Question of the Week
Knowledge of records management can save Brad Pitt! In this film, Robert Redford uses information systems, maps, press leaks, knowledge of records management, and amazing chutzpah to save Brad Pitt. Name the film. All responses must be received by Kim Edwards by noon on Friday, when a random drawing will take place of all correct answers. One person will win a Starbucks gift card! (Winners will be notified via email no later than 5 p.m. Friday following publication. Limit one gift card win per person.)
Last week's winner: A random drawing was conducted, and Heidi Derby won the Starbucks gift card. The answer to last week's trivia: 12 inches of legal-sized material can fit into the standard records center box used at Jefferson Lab.
JSA Minority/Female Undergraduate Research Assistantship
Jefferson Lab is seeking candidates for a Research Assistantship. JSA will provide funds to support a junior or senior level student at the university during the 2015-2016 academic year. In recent years, students have used the funds to aid the exploration of 3D printed scintillator detectors for the study of field emission in accelerating cavities, as well as a presentation at the SESAPS conference on work done on the PrimEx-II Collaboration. Nominations will be accepted through April 17. For more information, visit the website.
Center for Theoretical and Computational PhysicsEarlier work on dispersive analysis of the ρ and σ meson Regge trajectories is extended to tensor mesons. The researchers found that the trajectories of both the f2(1270) and the f2(1525) are almost real and linear, with slopes in agreement with the universal value of order 1 GeV-2, confirming a quark model interpretation.
Facilities Management and LogisticsThe Technology and Engineering Development Building main entrance will be closed for approximately three days for cleaning and sealing the masonry brick walls at the exterior display case. A subcontractor will be cleaning the masonry brick with a pressure washer. To avoid over-spray on personnel, the TED Building entrance will be blocked during the work activities. Inside the TED Building, temporary signs will be placed for re-routing egress paths. The work is scheduled to take place the week of April 20. Work activities are weather dependent and may shift later due to schedule impacts. Building Managers will be notified of exact dates. If you have any questions about this work, contact Rebecca Yasky at x7507 or Maynard Brown at x6162.
Jefferson Lab Calendar of EventsApril 19-20: A' Experiment (APEX) 2015 Collaboration Meeting
April 20: Safety Shoe vendor onsite
May 3-8: International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC15)
May 13: JAG Run-A-Round
May 14-15: Final State Nucleons for Neutrino-Nucleus Interactions Workshop
May 25: Memorial Day holiday - Jefferson Lab closed
May 26-30: QCD Evolution 2015 Workshop
Computing and Networking InfrastructureIT Maintenance Period Set for Tuesday, April 21, 5-10 p.m.
The CNI group is planning a maintenance period on Tuesday, April 21, 5-7 p.m. During this time, there will be a series of short outages to all Management and Information Systems (MIS) applications while the underlying servers are patched and rebooted. Additionally, updates will be released to Core CUE applications, such as Firefox/Thunderbirg, Adobe Flash, etc. Linux and Windows patches will also be released to all desktops and servers. Plan on rebooting your desktops no later than Friday in order to complete the patch installations. If you have any questions or concerns with this maintenance period, contact the IT Division Helpdesk, x7155.
National Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day is Thursday, April 23
Reminder: Annual Property Training & Validations Must be Completed By April 24
Name Change for Travel Agency
Don’t Throw Excessed Jefferson Lab Property into Trash or Recycling Bins
TIAA-CREF Individual Counseling Available by Appointment
Claim Your Items in Jefferson Lab's Lost and Found
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