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4th programme followup meeting

Date and time

Friday, 14th of March 2008. From 15:00 to 19:00 (CET). (At 14:00 GMT). One hour earlier than usual in Europe.


  • Devoted to WGs
  • List of talks completed
  • Well advanced speakers list
  • Discussion about missing items
  • Joint sessions



C. Walter, K. Mcfarland, M. Maddahi, J. Morfin, P. Strolin, P. Hernández, P. Soler, J. Miller, Y. Hayato, M. Zisman, M. Lindroos, M. Messier and A. Cervera.


General information (talk by A. Cervera)

  • Public web site ready and published since last week
  • Registration will open tomorrow

Plenary program (talk by A. Cervera)

  • Most speakers have been contacted. 15 out of 25 have already accepted.
  • Speakers list should be ready in two weeks

Plenary program: neutrino scattering (comments by J. Morfin)

  • A reduced group of people (part of SPC and LOC, and WG2) led my J. Morfin have been discussing neutrino scattering talks in the plenary programme during the last two weeks. They have came to an agreement on contents, titles and speakers (see Plenary Programme)

WG1 (comments by P. Hernández on pdf file above)

  • Most talks and a good fraction of the speakers have been proposed.
  • Some fine tuning in joint sessions with WG2 is still needed
  • main issue are joint sessions with WG3 (see below)
  • Mark Messier will think about possible speakers for platinum talk
  • Paolo Strolin suggests Hiroshi Shibuya for the MECC talk, since they have done some recent work on the subject

WG2 (comments by K. Mcfarland on WG2 wiki page)

  • Most talks and a good fraction of the speakers have been proposed.
  • Again, issues are in joint sessions.
    • No discussion yet with WG4
    • Some mismatch in session contents with WG1. Not far from solution.
    • Worries about Platinum talk by NOVA person in silver session. This talk should be well focused on a future detector, although experience from NOVA might be very useful

WG3 (comments by M. Meddahi on pdf file above)

  • Talks have been defined and most speakers proposed
  • Some issues in joint sessions
    • No discussion yet with WG4.
    • WG1: beta-beams. Several solutions have been proposed
      1. First part of the session is parallel between WG1 and WG3. In the second part there is a summary (short) talk by each of the groups and then the discussion
      2. The joint part is moved to somewhere else. We could try to find an hour somewhere
      3. Parallel sessions inside WG3
      4. Suggestions are welcomed ...

WG4 (email by J. Miller on March 16th. See pdf file above )

  • General comments in the meeting:
    • Joint sessions with WG2 and WG3 should be better defined
    • Email contact between conveners needed
  • Email by J. Miller on March 16th:
    • Three pure WG4 sessions are proposed. The rest are parallel
    • 1 with WG1-WG3: Experience from the operation of current neutrino beams
    • 3 with WG3: Proton Driver, Target, Front End
    • 1 with WG2: electroweak phyiscs
    • No special request (in principle) for parallel sessions.

Final discussion and next meeting

  • In 2 weeks
  • Aims for next meeting are:
    • All WGs at the save level
      • List of talks should be completed (2nd iteration for WG1, WG2 and WG4, 3rd iteration for WG3)
      • List of speakers should be ready (1st iteration for all)
      • Bulk programme should be completed by the end of March
    • All plenary speakers should be confirmed


Phone, computer and video connection will be available through EVO, the system replacing VRVS.

EVO meeting details:

  • The EVO meeting will be available from 9:00 GMT for testing.
  • In previous days you can use the meeting "Testing" (Universe community) to test your setup.

Computer connection:

  • EVO web site: http://evo.caltech.edu
  • Click on enter
  • If you are not registered Click on Register and follow the instructions
  • If you are registered click on Start
  • Title: nufact08
  • password: not required

Phone connection

  • +1 626 395 2112 from USA
  • +41 22 76 71400 at CERN.
  • +49 40 8998 1340 from Germany
  • From Italy see this (Enter '4000' to access the EVO bridge)

  • Phone Bride ID: 265362

Video-conference connection

  • Enter the EVO meeting in a computer (follow computer connection instructions)
  • Introduce the IP of your video system in the H3.2.3 calling window

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