Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs July 19, 2017
Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs
July 19, 2017
Jefferson Lab Published Journal Articles, July 9-15
• L. Gamberg, et al. "Phenomenological constraints on A N in p↑ p→ πX from Lorentz invariance relations." Physics Letters B 770 (2017): 242-251.
• C. Bouchard, et al. "On the Feynman-Hellmann theorem in quantum field theory and the calculation of matrix elements." Physical Review D 96.1 (2017): 014504.
• R. Briceño, A. Maxwell, T. Hansen, C.J. Monahan. "The role of the Euclidean signature in lattice calculations of quasi-distributions and other non-local matrix elements." Physical Review D 96.1 (2017): 014502.
Remember to submit your papers for approval to the Jefferson Lab Publications database.
Publications Training and Refresher Course Offered
History Archives Photo of the Week
Center for Theoretical and Computational Physics
A major goal of nuclear theory is to explain the spectra and stability of nuclei in terms of effective many-body interactions amongst the nucleus' constituents - protons and neutrons. A new study shows, using quantum Monte Carlo calculations accurate to ≤ 2% of the binding energy, that two- and three-nucleon chiral interactions lead to predictions for the energy levels and level ordering of nuclei in the mass range A = 4 - 12 in very satisfactory agreement with experimental data. These chiral interactions have been constrained by fitting experimental bound- and scattering-state observables in the two- and three-nucleon sectors only.
Facilities Management and Logistics
Check Stockroom Inventory Before Submitting a Purchase Request
If for some reason you cannot use what is available in the stockroom, or the item is not stocked or in re-utilization (formerly known as free stock), annotate your reason in the "PR Notes block" or send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you require assistance navigating through the E-commerce/GSS system, call Don Brown in the stockroom, x6297.
Jefferson Lab Calendar of Events
July 24-26: DOE Science and Technology Review
Environment, Safety, Health and Quality
JLab’s New ESH&Q Building is Open for Business
Radiation Workers Reminded to Notify RadCon of Medical Radiation Exposures
Your radiation dose at Jefferson Lab is gathered for occupational purposes only. But, in some cases, exposure to medical radiation can affect your occupational exposure record. If you are a radiation worker and are administered a medical radiopharmaceutical (usually done by injection), please inform the RadCon dosimetry staff. They have a specific procedure to follow, including gathering information regarding the type and amount of radionuclide used. This helps ensure your occupational dose record is accurate and allows RadCon to assess any impact you may have on the work environment after radiopharmaceutical administration. See full memo online here.
Computing and Networking Infrastructure
Major IT Systems Outage Set for Saturday, July 29
July 26 Poster Session to Highlight JLab Posters Presented at International Conference
Lab Community Invited to Summer Interns Poster Session on Aug. 4
More than two dozen interns – participants from this year's Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program, and the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program will be presenting the posters they developed based on their work or research projects. The students are eager to answer questions and to discuss their work.
Red Cross Blood Drive at Jefferson Lab Set for Aug. 11
Aug. 14 Class Date Set for New SOTR Training
Anyone who has recently been tasked to serve as a SOTR (or will be tasked) on any project at Jefferson Lab is required to attend this training. Attending this class is one part of the certification process for all SOTRs. The registration deadline is 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 11. Participants can register in the Learning Management System:
Questions regarding this training or the SOTR certification process may be directed to Mitch Laney, x5338.
Library Plans for Move
JSA Initiatives Fund Program Is Accepting Proposals
Weather Forecast Indicates Heat Indices of 103-110 Degrees in Coming Days
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