Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs June 17, 2015
Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs
June 17, 2015
Jefferson Lab Published Journal Articles June 8-12
Remember to submit your papers for approval to the Jefferson Lab Publications database.
Center for Theoretical and Computational Physics
Researchers from the Joint Physics Analysis Center have recently studied the photoproduction of a neutral pion on a proton target in the energy above the resonance region. The model, based on the leading Regge pole exchanges, describes well the existing data for beam energies above 4 GeV and provides predictions for the differential cross sections at CLAS, CLAS12 and GlueX energies. The computer codes, simulation of predictions and other relevant materials related to the model are available through the JPAC website.
Jefferson Lab Calendar of Events
June 17-19: CLAS Collaboration Meeting
Environment, Safety, Health & Quality
Jefferson Lab Prepares for Hurricane Season
Understanding and being prepared for a hurricane can saves lives and property and reduce injuries. The linked All-Staff Memo has important information about personal and Jefferson Lab hurricane preparedness planning. Take a moment now to review the material so that you are ready before the next big storm.
Computing and Networking Infrastructure
Central File Server Outage Set for Friday, June 26, 6-10 p.m.
Personal Dosimeter Change Out Set for Wednesday, July 1
Graduate Students Sought for Tour Program
LabVIEW User Group: Using Ladder Logic in LabVIEW
Jefferson Lab T-shirts Available for Purchase on June 18
Annual Fraud Awareness Briefing Offered July 1
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