Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs - November 5, 2015
Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs
November 5, 2015
12 GeV Upgrade
The conventional facilities scope for the 12 GeV CEBAF Upgrade is complete. Commissioning of the tunnel air conditioning was performed the week of Oct. 12. During commissioning, a control programming issue with the chilled water temperature in relationship to the dew point was identified. The controls subcontractor has corrected the controls programming and the system is working as designed.
JSA 2016 Initiatives Fund Awards Announced
Jefferson Lab Published Journal Articles Oct. 26-30
Remember to submit your papers for approval to the Jefferson Lab Publications database.
Publications Refresher Course Offered Nov. 9
Center for Theoretical and Computational Physics
A new paper presents a multiscale thermalization algorithm for lattice gauge theory, which enables efficient parallel generation of uncorrelated gauge field configurations. The algorithm combines standard Monte Carlo techniques with ideas from real space renormalization group and multigrid methods. The viability of the algorithm is demonstrated for pure Yang-Mills gauge theory for both heat bath and hybrid Monte Carlo evolution, and shown to ameliorate the problem of topological freezing up to controllable lattice spacing artifacts.
Environment, Safety, Health and Quality
Pressure Systems Program Changes for Those Who Operate, Repair or Design Pressure or Vacuum Systems
Thanksgiving Buffet in the Quark Café
Order a Quark Cafe Dessert for Your Holiday Celebration
Applications Due for Summer Student Internships at Jefferson Lab
Jefferson Lab Calendar of Events
Nov. 16-17: Q-weak Collaboration Meeting
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