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==Saftey Documentation==
==Saftey Documentation==
*COO [http://jlab.org/~melissac/coo.pdf]
*COO [http://www.jlab.org/~melissac/coo.pdf]
*ESAD [http://jlab.org/~melissac/esad.pdf]
*ESAD [http://www.jlab.org/~melissac/esad.pdf]
*Education [http://jlab.org/~melissac/Education.pdf]
*Education [http://www.jlab.org/~melissac/Education.pdf]
*Safety Guidelines [http://jlab.org/~melissac/safety_guidelines.pdf]
*Safety Guidelines [http://www.jlab.org/~melissac/safety_guidelines.pdf]
*SANE [https://hallcweb.jlab.org/experiments/sane/wiki/index.php/Experiment_Documentation Safety Docs] for reference.
*SANE [https://hallcweb.jlab.org/experiments/sane/wiki/index.php/Experiment_Documentation Safety Docs] for reference.

Revision as of 12:14, 20 July 2011

The g2p Family of Experiments

E08-027 will measure the proton spin structure function g2p in Jefferson Lab's Hall A in 2011/12.

E08-007 will measure the proton spin structure function ratio GE/GM concurrently with E08-027.

  • Spokesmen: R. Gilman, D. Higinbotham, G. Ron, J. Arrington, D. Day, A. Sarty.
  • The GEP website.

Weekly Meetings

  • Analysis Meetings are held every Wednesday at 2:30 in F224. (minutes)
  • Target Meetings are held every other Thursdays at 1:30 in F224. (minutes)
  • Beam Transport Meetings are held every Tuesday at 8:30 in MCC. (minutes)

Collaboration Meetings

Spectrometer Optics


Polarized Target


Saftey Documentation

Talks and Presentations

(please post any recent presentations here)

  • 2011 NSTAR, K. Slifer (pdf)
  • 2011 Hall A Workshop, K. Slifer (ppt)
  • 2010 One Slide Summary ppt
  • 2009 E08-027/E08-007 Presentation to R. McKeown, (pdf)

Relevent Theses

Relevent Publications



Ron Group at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Mailing List

There are two mailing lists relevant to g2p:

  • g2p@jlab.org : General announcements
  • g2p_ana@jlab.org : Weekly analysis

You can subscribe to both at http://mailman.jlab.org