[Hallc_running] J/psi-007: early shifts still available
sjjooste at jlab.org
Wed Jan 16 11:38:32 EST 2019
Dear Hall C Users,
I am contacting you on behalf of the spokespeople for the Hall C J/psi-007 experiment (E12-16-007). As of today, we still have shift openings, mainly in the first week of the experiment. If you have been on the fence about joining the experiment, now is the time to sign up!
You can sign up for shifts here: https://misportal.jlab.org/mis/apps/physics/shiftSchedule/index.cfm?experimentRunId=HALLC-J/PSI-2019 <https://misportal.jlab.org/mis/apps/physics/shiftSchedule/index.cfm?experimentRunId=HALLC-J/PSI-2019>
The shift requirements for authorship on papers for J/psi-007 will be conducted on a per-institute basis. The institutes will earn authorship credits based on the number of weighted shifts completed. Note that OWL shifts receive an extra weight of 1.5.
1 authorship credit: 6 weighted shifts
2 authorship credits: 10 weighted shifts (5 shifts per credit)
3 authorship credits: 12 weighted shifts (4 shifts per credit)
4+ authorship credits: 4 weighted shifts per credit
A professor with a single student will need 2 authorship credits. The professor can ask their student to complete all 10 weighted shifts. Or they can both share the load and do any combination of shifts to get to a total of 10 weighted shifts.
A group of three professors will need 3 authorship credits. They will need 12 weighted shifts for this. They can share this shift requirement any way they would like.
The training requirements for our experiment are identical to those for all other Hall C experiments:
Hall C Safety Walkthrough (SAF112) (see https://www.jlab.org/human_resources/training/webbasedtraining <https://www.jlab.org/human_resources/training/webbasedtraining> for more info)
All training (including RadWorker I) up-to-date. You can check the status of your training here: https://misportal.jlab.org/training <https://misportal.jlab.org/training>
Target operators need additional Cryotarget training (PH019a/T/b). More info can be found here: https://www.jlab.org/human_resources/training/webbasedtraining <https://www.jlab.org/human_resources/training/webbasedtraining>
PS: You can find more information on the experiment on the official website:
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