Thursday, August 23, 2018, 10:00 am EDT - Compton

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Agenda

Meeting room= F224-225 in Cebaf Center 2nd floor Counting House meeting room

General

  • Hall lockup is 9/12. Need to get stuff out of hall by 9/7

Laser

  • Mode-match/locking update [1]
  • Polarization optimization update

Photon Detector

  • DAQ work
  • PMT/linearity update

Electron detector

  • EEL test-stand update
  • Manitoba update

Simulation

  • Photon detector G4 update

Minutes

Attending: Kent P, Adam Z, Amali P, Ciprian G, Brian Q, Juan Carlos C, Excused: Dave G,

Laser status:

  • KP: want to have a better understanding of the laser setup. AP: will work on it until next time

DAQ:

  • JC: no updates on the DAQ. Jinlong and JC will be in the hall Th to Sun (Aug 30th to Sept 2nd)
  • Plans are being worked on for linearly tests

Electron Detector:

Simulation:

  • AP: comparison between the GSO (build from scratch - 3 cm radius) and PbWO4 geometries.
  • KP: slide 3: why do the PbWO4 low energy photons deposit little energy? AP: will rerun with larger apertures (jaws and collimator). This was run with 6 mm distance between jaws
  • AP: the GSO on slide 4 is at 3.4 GeV, while the PbWO4 is at 10.6 GeV. The Compton paper ran the simulation at this value. KP: PREX is at 0.95 so we should have that in our set of plots
  • JCC: will send out optical properties for GSO to Amali. KP: we should document what these parameters are once AP gets them.
  • JCC: the 10mm sync shield is a bit too thick, you should reduce it to 1mm. AP: will do