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Status of the science collaboration

Status of the Science Collaboration

What the heck is the “Science Collaboration?”

R.Svoboda, 2/27/2009


Science collaboration

Science Collaboration

  • Composed of scientists from universities and laboratories.

  • Main goal: SCIENCE

  • Major force in setting scientific agenda: goals, priorities, recommendations to agencies

  • Develop technical specifications; evaluate impact on science of engineering and technical options

  • Organize efforts and support of university groups through direct agency and project office requests

  • Organize scientific analysis

…don’t we first need detectors and a beam?


Interim informal organization

Interim Informal Organization

Science

Collaboration

(DOE and NSF*)

BNL Detector

Project Office

(DOE)

informal

Joint

Oversight

Group

CCC committee

SC/S3 Liaison: (R.Kadel)

DUSEL S3

at LBL (NSF)

(incl. SDSTA)

FNAL Project

Office

(DOE)

informal

….yet?

* via S4 requests, no request to DOE yet


Science collaboration1

Science Collaboration

Interim Science Coordinator

Bob Svoboda

Interim Project Coordinator

Milind Diwan

Institutional Board

Chair: Marvin Marshak

Vice-Chair: Maury Goodman

Interim Executive Board

Chair: Ed Blucher

WC WG

Milind Diwan

LAr WG

Bonnie Fleming

Beam WG

Gina Rameika

Other WG

Please….no more boxes….


What s going on now

What’s Going On Now

  • Coordinators: project plan, working groups, funding, agency contact, collaboration

  • IEB: Depth Document, Mission Statement, (this IEB will be replaced by an EB very soon)

  • IB: Governance Document, election of EB, collaboration name

  • WG’s: now forming

Will be ever get to the part about how

I get funded to participate?


What s the time scale

What’s the time scale?

Now!

Now!

Now!

…right. I’ve heard that before.

What makes this project different?


Status of the science collaboration

T.Chan, HEPAP, Feb. 2009


Status of the science collaboration

Again with the boxes.

What is he talking about?

T.Chan, HEPAP, Feb. 2009


Status of the science collaboration

Yikes!

J.Dehmer, HEPAP Feb. 2009


S4 proposals

“S4” proposals

  • S4: Water Cherenkov detector(s) in 300 kton range

  • S4: Liquid Argon detector in 5 kton range in preparation for 50-100 kton range

  • These S4 proposals have different philosophy, management scheme, and schedule

  • CD0: process underway now – Project Offices being established at FNAL and BNL

  • Kovar has indicated in talks he would like to have CD1 (similar to NSF CD) about one year after CD0.

…that’s fast!


Status of the science collaboration

DOE

  • plan for megaton scale WC on time scale requested by DOE and NSF. This is, in effect, already happening. Needs significant effort of DOE labs to complete CD in one year, CD-2 in three years.

  • develop LAr detector technology with a significant size detector to go into DUSEL modular lab. What is plan for presentation to NSB?

….do I send in a proposal or what?


Sequence of events

Sequence of Events

  • March 16: Request by DOE for list of tasks and associated costs for “CD1” level planning. We will work with Project Team through working groups to help with this.

  • “CD0” granted by DOE. We are told “soon”.

  • June: S4 review: committees are formed. 17 physics proposals. Finish review by June. Money this summer.

  • post CD0 – funding of Project Offices at FNAL/BNL. It is likely that university/lab proposals to DOE will be coordinated through the Project Offices. We are working to coordinate S4 work with Project Office.

  • ~early summer 2010: CD1 review of whole project by DOE

  • ~mid to late summer: CD review of S4 work by NSF


This meeting

This Meeting

  • Yesterday: face-to-face meetings between DUSEL and DOE lab organizations.

  • DUSEL Lab

  • DOE Project Organization

  • NSF and DOE plans

  • IB will meet to consider new collaboration organization plan – including procedure for electing EB and Spokesperson


Project phases

Project Phases

  • Phase 1: IRRATIONAL EXHUBERANCE

  • Phase 2: PROBLEMS, WORK, AND SETBACKS to OVERCOME

  • Phase 3: SUCCESS


Let s get ourselves into phase 2

Let’s get ourselves into PHASE 2!


The interim executive board

The Interim Executive Board

  • E. Blucher, Chicago (Chair)

  • A. Bernstein, LLNL

  • B. Fleming, Yale

  • E. Kearns, Boston

  • J. Klein, Penn

  • K. Lande, Penn

  • R. KcKeown, Caltech

  • R. Rameika, FNAL

  • K. Scholberg, Duke

  • J. Siegrist, LBL

  • H. Sobel, UC Irvine

  • G. Sullivan, Maryland

  • R. Svoboda, UC Davis and M. Diwan, BNL (ex-officio)

This Interim Board will eventually be replaced by an Executive Board formed by the more representative Institutional Board.

R.Svoboda


Institutional board

Institutional Board

  • ANL: M. Goodman

  • Boston: E. Kearns

  • BNL: M.Diwan

  • Caltech: R. McKeown

  • UC Davis: R.Svoboda

  • UC Irvine: H.Sobel

  • UCLA: H.Wang

  • Chicago: E.Blucher

  • Colorado State: N.Buchanan

  • Columbia: L.Camilieri

  • Drexel: C.Lane

  • Duke: K.Scholberg, C.Walter

  • FNAL: R.Rameika

  • Indiana: M.Messier

  • INFN(Catania): R.Potenza

  • Kansas State: T.Bolton

  • LANL: C.Mauger

  • LLNL: A.Bernstein

  • LBL: R.Kadel

  • LSU: T.Kutter

  • Maryland: G.Sullivan

  • MIT: J.Conrad

  • Minnesota: M.Marshak, W.Miller

  • Minnesota(Duluth): A.Habig

  • Penn: K.Lande

  • Princeton: K.McDonald

  • RPI: J.Napolitano

  • S.Carolina: C.Rosenfeld

  • Tennessee: T.Handler

  • Texas: K.Lang

  • Tufts: H.Gallagher

  • Wisconsin: K.Heeger

  • Yale: B.Fleming

Current Issues:

White Paper

Collaboration Governance

R.Svoboda


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