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  | F226
  | Wide Angle Compton Scattering
  | Jixie Zhang

Revision as of 14:46, 1 October 2014

“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all

art and science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause longer

to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.

– Albert Einstein, Physicist


This is the wiki page for the weekly seminars of graduate students of experimental nuclear physics (ENP-GS) at Jefferson Lab. One chosen student will give an informal 30/60-min presentation or lead a discussion on a topic that he/she chooses.

  1. Time: Thursday 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  2. Location: CEBAF Center F226

We prefer NOT to have notes or slides for the presentation. If you want to give a talk, simply add your name and topic to the agenda. For help doing this, click here

A Google mailing list has been created for communications: EPN-GS@googlegroups.com Please subscribe to the list if you want to receive messages or reminders.


Date Time Room Topic Presenter
Dec 12 2013, Thursday 4:00 PM F226 electronics Wei Tang
Dec 19 2013, Thursday 4:00 PM F226 HD-ice Peng Peng
Jan 16 2014, Thursday 4:00 PM F226 DIS and g2p Chao Gu
Jan 30 2014, Thursday 4:00 PM B101 Elastic Scattering and Proton Charge Radius Chao Peng
Feb 6 2014, Thursday 4:00 PM A110 SIDIS Yuxiang Zhao
Feb 27 2014, Thursday 4:00 PM F224/225 Hyper-Nuclear Chunhua Chen
Apr 24 2014, Thursday 4:00 PM F226 Polarized 3he target Jie Liu
May 01 2014, Thursday 4:00 PM F226 Instrument Longwu Ou
Oct 02 2014, Thursday 4:00 PM F226 Wide Angle Compton Scattering Jixie Zhang

Topic Ideas

  • Nuclear Physics
    • Nucleon form factors
    • Nucleon structures
    • Meson production/spectroscopy
    • Baryon spectroscopy
    • Nuclear force/few body problem
    • Nuclear structure
    • Exotic states
    • Electroweak interaction/parity violation
    • Test of standard model
  • Instrumentation
    • Particle's interaction with material
    • Calorimeter
    • Gaseous detectors
    • Solid state detectors
    • Cherenkov detectors
    • Cryogenic targets
    • Polarized targets
    • Beam diagnosis
  • Analysis Tricks
    • Probabilities in experimental physics
    • Monte Carlo
    • Data regression
  • Other Physics
    • Big bang
    • Neutrino oscillation
    • Higgs boson

Getting started with wiki

How to upload files

  • If you do not have a directory to post files, you can upload the file in wiki.
    • The first step is to login
    • Once logged in, you are free to upload files in the wiki. Click the "upload files" under "toolbox" in the left of the wiki page. I suggested to upload the files here [1]. Please add your name and seminar date to the file name.

How to update the agenda

  • Now you know the link location of you files. Just login the wiki and go to [2].
  • Copy and paste the agenda part and change the date.
  • Put "[file-link-location topic-name]" instead of "topic" and replace "presenter with "your name".
  • If you have any question, feel free to contact Jie (jie@jlab.org).

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