[PRad] HyCal test plan this week

gasparan at jlab.org gasparan at jlab.org
Mon Jul 24 17:00:05 EDT 2023

  Hi Eugene,

 As you know, Hycal is not a standard colorimeter, it is designed and build
 up by several visiting groups under my direct supervision. So, it is a
 user colorimeter belonging to University.
 As I stated several times in our recent meetings, I am planning to visit
 JLab to discuss the HyCal work and other PRad related other experimental
 issues with Patrick.

 So, before my meeting with Patrick PLEASE DO NOT move or open the HyCal


> Hi Jingyi,
> I went to ESB today to see HyCal. It is impossible to work on it at its
> current location. We have to move it somewhere where we have enough space
> to open it and also put a rack with electronics and a computer nearby. So,
> we need to solve this logistical problem before starting any work on it. I
> started working on it.
> Meanwhile, we need to define the scope of work that needs to be done and
> how we will do that, and equipment we need, manpower...
> We should have a dedicated meeting(s) about preparations for the
> experiemnts. Maybe next week?
> -Eugene
> ________________________________
> From: Jingyi Zhou <jingyi.zhou at duke.edu>
> Sent: Monday, July 24, 2023 09:54
> To: Eugene Pasyuk <pasyuk at jlab.org>
> Cc: Chao Peng <pengc2010 at gmail.com>
> Subject: [EXTERNAL] HyCal test plan this week
> Hi Eugene,
> I am at JLab and will be available anytime when there is no PAC session.
> What can we do with the HyCal test?
> Chao will also come to the lab later this week if we can work on the test.
> Best,
> Jingyi
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