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International Union of Pure and Applied Physics. IUPAP C11. Commission of Particles and Fields. Vera Lüth Chair of C11. 2. ICSU - International Council of Science. 27 Unions 73 Nat. Scientific Members. IUPAP - International Union of Pure and Applied Physics.

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Iupap c11

International Union of

Pure and Applied Physics

IUPAP C11

Commission of Particles and Fields

Vera Lüth

Chair of C11


2

ICSU - International Council

of Science

27 Unions

73 Nat. Scientific

Members

IUPAP - International Union of

Pure and Applied Physics

20 Commissions

C11 - Commission

On Particles and Fields

13+3 Members

55 contacts +35 via ICTP

NC – National Contacts

IUPAP – C11


IUPAP - C11

Commission on Particles and Field

Members Oct. 2002 – Oct. 2005

V. G. Lüth

A. Smith

M. Turala

C. Fosco

R. Godbole

G. Herten

T. Huang

E. Iarocci

A. Sissakian

S. Stapnes

G. Wormser

T. Yamanaka

M. Zeller

USA Chair

U.K. Vice Chair

Poland Secretary

Argentina

India

Germany

China

Italy

Russia

Norway

France

Japan

USA

Associate Members

E. Zas

D.-O. Riska

A. McDonald

C4

C12

C19

IUPAP – C11


Future membership of c11

Specific Guidelines on terms and regional distribution

Maximum term 2x three years for regular members -

Maximum term of three years for officers – new crew!

Nomination of C11 members by national HEP organizations:

US (2)

Russia (1)

Europe (6) {France, Germany, Italy, UK, two others}

Asia (3) {China, Japan, other}

Others (1)

Approval by IUPAP General Assembly in Oct. 2005, where candidates’ names are presented by C11 chair

This will be a topic of discussion at our next meeting, but the nomination process needs to start in early 2005

Your input is most welcome! Who will stay on??

Future Membership of C11

IUPAP – C11


C11

Important Working Groups:

  • International Committee For Future Accelerators

  • J. Dorfan (chair)http://www.fnal.gov/directorate/icfa/

  • C11 approves nominations for ICFA members

  • Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics and

  • Gravitation Committee

  • Bettini (chair) http://www.lngs.infn.it/site/exppro/panagic

  • Need to nominate C11 representative

ICFA

PANAGIC

IUPAP – C11


Current panagic membership

Alessandro Bettini (chair)

Barry Barish (C11 – replace) 

Hans Blümer

Massimo Cerdico (AC2)

Enrique Fernandez

Maria Victoria Fonseca

Joshua Friedman

Wick Haxton (C12 – replace)

Takaaki Kajiita

Paolo Lipari (C4)

Victor Matveev

John Peoples (replace)

David Sinclair

Steven Ritz (C19)

Michel Spiro (replace)

Proposed replacements:

Angela Olinto

Fujimoto

Wiesher

Current Panagic Membership

IUPAP – C11


Conference oversight and iupap sponsorship

IUPAP/C11 sponsors ICHEP and LP in alternate years

C11 selects among proposal for future venues to assure broad international participation and excellent scientific leadership

C11 provides general guidelines/advice on format and organization

General format and guidelines – differences between ICHEP and LP

C11 Recommendations on ICHEP and LP

consult C11 wepage: www.iupup.org/commissions

http://www.ifj.edu.pl/IUPAP/iupap-c11.html

Assist in international contacts and issues

Assists in nomination of and approves Advisory Committees

provides IUPAP’s sponsorship and financial support

C11 does not formulate conference program

Conference Organizers are fully responsible and empowered to shape the events.

Conference Organizers are expected to follow IUPAP guidelines and report to C11/IUPAP!

consult IUPAP webpages for guidelines:www.iupap.org/policies.shtml

Conference Oversight and IUPAP Sponsorship

IUPAP – C11


C11

Tradition of more than 40 Years

Past Conferences

Future Conferences

Glasgow

Beijing

Warsaw

Hamburg

Vancouver

Stanford

Osaka

Rome

Amsterdam

Batavia

ICHEP - 94LP - 95ICHEP-96

LP- 97

ICHEP - 98

LP - 99

ICHEP - 00

LP - 01

ICHEP - 02

LP - 03

ICHEP - 04 Beijing

LP - 05 Uppsala

ICHEP - 06 Moscow

LP - 07 Daegu

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ICHEP - 08 Philadelphia

LP0 - 09 Hamburg

ICHEP – 10 Paris

Beijing

Uppsala

Moscow

IUPAP – C11


Continuing us visa problems

Procedures and policies for US visa approval have impacted many scientists, from students to laboratory directors.

Even though procedures at the consulates have been streamlined, they overall process remains inefficient, unnecessarily length and opaque.

There is growing recognition that this situation is severe and consequences might be irreparable!

Various proposals, including one by leaders of the major US science organizations are being evaluated by US government agencies. It is hoped that some of them will get implemented,

multi-entry multi-year visa for students and scientists with continuing

engagements

elimination of repetitive drawn-out security checks

return pass ports to applicants while application is being considered

special procedures for conferences and meetings with international

participation

addition of trained staff and other resources to improve processing of

applications

Consistent with its mandate IUPAP has advised that it will not sponsor any conference in the USA until free access of scientists can be guaranteed.

Continuing US Visa Problems

IUPAP – C11


New initiative authorship of publications

As Collaborations supporting major experiments grow, we need to rethink authorship of publications

Author lists cannot continue to grow, because

they do not appropriately credit those who have contributed

they do not allow others to identify those most knowledgeable about the results, thereby hampering scientific discourse

Lead to absurd publication and citation records

Proposal for formation of Working Group reporting to C11

Representing large collaborations, Laboratories, C11, plus individuals

Interacting with IUPAP WG on publications

Consultation with publishers

Outcome is uncertain – most of us recognize the problem, but solutions are difficult. Consensus will be hard to achieve!

Can we formulate guidelines? Collaborations have their own way?

Is C11 prepared to formulate a charge and time line for the WG?

New Initiative: Authorship of Publications

IUPAP – C11


Proposed agenda for authorship discussions

Representatives of the major collaborations have been invited to give a very brief overview of what their current practices are, or/and what they are planning for the future.

These presentation should be very brief, 5 min max.

Most of the time should be reserved for discussion

1) 10 min Introduction Vera Luth, C11

2) 45 min Reports on current practices/plans in large collaborations:

H1 Max Klein

D0 Dimitri Denisov

CDF Daniel Withson

BABAR David MacFarlane

Belle Steve Olsen

ATLAS Rüdiger Voss

CMS Chunhua Jiang

3) 50 min Open Discussion

4) 15 min Conclusions –

Should we form a working group to continue this evaluation?

What is the charge? what can we expect? membership?

Wednesday, Aug. 18, 20:00 – 22:00, Conference Room 7, 2nd Floor of BICC

Proposed Agenda for Authorship Discussions

IUPAP – C11


Proposed wg on authorship

Should C11 initiate the formation of a WG? invited to give a very brief overview of what their current practices are, or/and what they are planning for the future.

What is the charge? what can we expect?

Membership?

Representatives of large Collaborations

Atlas, CMS, LHC_B, ALICE?

CDF, DO, BTEV,MINOS

BELLE, BABAR, Super-K,….

Representatives of large HEP Labs?

C11 members

Representatives of universities, smaller labs

Chairperson(s)?, Secretary?

What is the time scale?

How to arrange meetings? Website??

First Discussions:

Wednesday, Aug. 18, 20:00 – 22:00, Conference Room 7, 2nd Floor of BICC

Proposed WG on Authorship

IUPAP – C11


World conference on physics and sustainable development durban s a oct 31 st nov 2 nd 2005

Sponsored by IUPAP, jointly with UNESCO and ICTP, as well as the S.A. Institute of Physics, as part of the celebration of 2005 as the Year of Physics

400-500 participants from developed and developing nations

Goal:

Examine contributions that physics has made to society in the past

Formulate and sharpen action-oriented plans for contributions it can and should make in the future

Engage organizations of physicists in the collective implementation

Four themes:

Physics and Economic Development

Physics and Health

Energy and Environment

Physics Education

For additional information: www.wcpsd.org

World Conference on Physics and Sustainable Development, Durban, S.A. Oct. 31st – Nov, 2nd, 2005.

IUPAP – C11


Other activities and events of interest

“Interactions”- world-wide PR from 17 HEP institutions the S.A. Institute of Physics, as part of the celebration of 2005 as the Year of Physics

Support for science education K-12

Encouragement of YPP – Young Particle Physicists

World Year of Physics and HEP Involvement

Recommendation:

Connect to Interactions

Activate and engage national societies

add 3 physicists in each major laboratory who are from another country

to enhance international coordination at the grass roots

Data Grid Developments

International LC Developments – Recommendation on LC Technology, Report from ICFA

World Conference on Physics and Sustainable Development, Durban, South Africa – Oct. 31st to Nov. 2, 2005

Other Activities and Events of Interest

IUPAP – C11


Agenda for meeting of iupap commission c11

1. 11:00 –11:05 Welcome to C11 members and guests. the S.A. Institute of Physics, as part of the celebration of 2005 as the Year of Physics

2. 11:05 – 11:10 Adoption of Agenda

3. 11:10 – 11:15 Approval of Minutes of the C11 Meeting at Fermilab

4. 11:15 – 11:35 Chair Report V. Lüth

5. 11:35 – 11:50 Report from ICFA J. Dorfan / R. Rubinstein

6. 11:50 - 12:05 Report of the LP03 (Fermilab) C. Newman-Holmes

7. 12:05– 12:20 Report on present conference (ICHEP04) H.S. Chen

12:20 – 12:50 Lunch break

8. 12:50 – 13:05 Preparations for LP05 (Uppsala) T. Ekelof

9. 13:05– 13:35 Proposals for future ICHEP and LP Conferences.

ICHEP06 Moscow A. Sissakian

ICHEP08 (proposal) P. Langacker

10. 13:35 – 14:10 Authorship in large collaborations V. Lüth

11. 14:10 – 14:30 Any Other Business

(written reports from C4, C12 and C19 are expected)

14:30 Adjourn

AGENDA for Meeting of IUPAP COMMISSION C11

IUPAP – C11


Reserve
Reserve the S.A. Institute of Physics, as part of the celebration of 2005 as the Year of Physics

IUPAP – C11


Aps guidelines on authorship

Authorship should be limited to those who have made significant contributions to the concept, executions, or interpretations of the research study.

All those who have contributed in this way should be listed as authors.

Other individuals who have contributed and are not identified as authors should be acknowledged.

Sources of financial support should be disclosed.

All Collaborators share some degree of responsibility for any paper they co-author.

Some co-authors have responsibility for the entire paper as an accurate, verifiable report of research. They include those who are accountable for the integrity of the critical data, carry out the analysis, write the manuscript, present major findings at conferences, or provide scientific leadership for junior colleagues.

Coauthors who make specific, limited contributions to a paper are responsible for them, but may only have limited responsibility for other results.

APS Guidelines on Authorship

IUPAP – C11


Aps guidelines on authorship cont

While not all coauthors may be familiar with all aspects of the research presented, collaborations should have in place an appropriate process for reviewing and ensuring the accuracy and validity of the reported results,.

Every coauthor should have the opportunity to review the manuscript before its submission.

Collaborations should have a process to archive and verify the research record; to facilitate communication and allow all authors to be fully aware of the entire work, critique it and pose questions concerning the work and be able to share the data prior to and after publication.

All members of a collaborations should be aware of and understand this process.

APS Guidelines on Authorship (cont.)

IUPAP – C11


Current problem visa to usa

Because of US role in International Conflicts enhanced security measures have been imposed to control the borders

Visa applicants are interviewed in person at US consulates

Consular officers are personally liable for any action that might lead to

Infiltration of members of terrorist organizations

Exchange of information on design of WMD or their import

Illegal immigration

The new enforced procedures take months, with the applicant’s passport held by the consulate.

As a result, several delegates to LP03 and other conferences have not received US Visa (others chose not to apply)

Either denied without reason specified

Not approved in time for conference

NAS and DOE as well as personal intervention helped only in a few cases.

In case of problems, please contact your country’s C11 conference contact or a C11 member and/or record your problems at special NAS website http://www7.nationalacademies.org/visas/Visa_Questionnaire.html

The current US procedures resulted in a violation of IUPAP’s requirement of free access of bona fide scientists to its conferences!

The IUPAP Council will address this during its Meeting in October 2003!

C11

Current Problem: Visa to USA

IUPAP – C11


C11 security measures have been imposed to control the borders

Improve Communication

  • Contracts with C11 or its Members

  • Michal Turala (Secretary) [email protected]

  • General Information:

    • http://www.iupap.organd http://www.ifj.edu.pl/IUPAP/iupap-c11.html

    • http://www.icsu.org/

  • Problem with Contacts in smaller countries in

    • Eastern Europe/former SU

    • Western Europe

    • Africa, South America, Mideast (ITCP)

    • Americas (USLC)

    • Asia (Japan?)

    • Need Volunteers

IUPAP – C11


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