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LARP Collaboration Meeting Set

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The details for the April (2006) LARP Collaboration meeting have been set.

From:    Steve Peggs & Gianluca Sabbi

Date:    March 1, 2006
     
The 6th LARP Collaboration Meeting will be held at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in
California, from April 26 to 28.   
       
Web site: http://uslarp.lbl.gov/workshops/060424
and LARP Collaboration Meeting
   
Workshop registration
   
Information for workshop registration will be made available through the web site.
   
Charge and scope

  1. Establish proposed FY07 & FY08 Task Sheets, for all existing tasks.
  2. List proposed new tasks for evaluation & prioritization.
  3. Status and tuning of critical early Accelerator Systems goals.
  4. Status and tuning of Magnet R&D to meet the FY09 Magnet goal.
  5. Prepare for LARPAC (May 10-12) and DOE (June 12-14) reviews.
  6. Discuss: how does the Magnet R&D program evolve after FY08?
  7. WWW resources, collaborative tools and documentation.
  8. Safety at CERN.

Break-out sessions

Level 2 managers (Ambrosio, Fischer, Ghosh, Markiewicz, Ratti, Sabbi, Syphers and Zlobin) are setting the break-out sessions agendas, in
consultation with Vladimir Shiltsev and Steve Gourlay.  Please communicate directly with them in order to get on the agenda.
                             
Social Events: To be announced.

Projection equipment
No overhead projectors will be available.
  
There will be a computer connected to an LCD projector available for use in each meeting room.  Speakers should upload their talk(s) to the LARP Documents Database at Fermilab.  It can't hurt, however, to bring a memory stick.
 

Created by mccrory
Last modified 2006-03-27 14:27
 

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