Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs October 9, 2013
Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs
October 9, 2013
12 GeV Upgrade
In-tunnel testing of C100-9 has been completed, and testing of C100-10 has started. Installation, including vacuum, diagnostics hookup and final alignment, is essentially complete for the beamlines in the main "racetrack" of the accelerator. All radiofrequency construction work has been completed. High-power testing of the new box supply for arc 1 is complete. Installation of the new box supply for arc 2 is complete and high-power testing has started. The new box supplies for arc 5 and the beamline to Hall A have arrived. Testing of the new 4.5 Kelvin coldbox was completed as was construction and installation of the transfer line between it and the 2 K coldbox, thus completing all cryogenics scope.
AIP Seeks Applicants for State Department Fellowship
Center for Theoretical and Computational Physics
The total cross section of small-x deep-inelastic scattering in the dense regime of QCD is described by the evolution of color dipoles known both in the leading and next-to-leading order (NLO). However, many interesting exclusive processes are determined by the evolution of more complicated operators, such as "color quadrupoles." To describe the evolution of such operators, the full hierarchy of NLO Wilson-lines evolution has recently been derived. The regime of dense QCD can be probed at future facilities, such as the proposed Electron-Ion Collider and the Large Hadron Electron Collider (LHeC) facilities.
JLab Calendar of Events
Oct. 16: TEDF Self-Guided Tours Offered
Computing and Networking Infrastructure
CNI Maintenance Period Scheduled for Oct. 15
Copying and Printing Conservation of Resources
Reminder: Jefferson Lab’s Energy Conservation Policy
Flu Vaccine Available
BEAMS Seeks Volunteers for 15-Minute Role Model Visits
Hand Sanitizer for Your Workspace
Tour Through TEDF on Oct. 16
Don't Forget to Complete Your Appraisal Self-Assessment by Oct. 14
United Way Campaign Underway
Last Chance to Register for 2013 Fall Golf Outing
Tracking Thomas at Jefferson Lab
Brita Hampton, Michael Haddox-Schatz, Samika Hawkins and Jim Follkie correctly guessed the location for October 5. Honorable mentions go to Becky Mosbrucker and Naeem Huque. Check out Tracking Thomas on flickr for a better view of his last location and this week's new mystery photo.
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