Agenda for the BRAHMS Collaboration Meeting

Niels Bohr Institute; May 21-23, 2002

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Tuesday 21-5. Aud. M

11.30         
9.00-9.30 Registration in front of Aud. M.
9.30Overall status of BRAHMS. News from RHIC (FV) (45’+15’)
10.30 Overview of analysis techniques
PID-TOF, Global tracking (DO) (30’)
11.00 COFFEE
PID-C1 and RICH (CE) (30’)
Acceptance, spectra (PC) (35’ each)
Efficiency of TPC (TL) (30’)
12.45 LUNCH
14.00 Acceptance, TPC issues (JHL) (35’)
DC tracking, efficiency  (PS) (30’)
Centrality selection (IGB) (15’)
15.30 COFFEE
16.00 Data reduction and calibration: strategy and coordination (IGB) (30’)
Computing, databases, RCF (KH,CH) (30’+15’)
17.30 Institute meeting (60’)
19.00 Collaboration dinner. Tivoli. (? ’)

Wednesday 22-5. Aud. M

Hardware Status, Upgrade plans.
9.30ZDC status (MM) (20’)
Detector status. Repairs. TPC, Magnets, TOF, C, triggers etc. (FV) (40’)
DC status. Repairs and Upgrades. (ZM)(30’)
11.00 COFFEE
11.30 Upgrades for next run.
Si (SjS) (10’)
PHOS (DR) (10’)         
MRS-Cherenkov (MM and/or SS) (25’)
12.15 Status of Ongoing analysis Ratios, paper status (CE) (30’)
12.45 LUNCH
14.00 Net-baryon and slopes (PC) (30’)
Net-baryons, Spectra (JH) (30’)
Strangeness, K/pi and yields (DO, JIJ) (30’ each)
15.30 COFFEE
16.00 Multiplicity (SJS) (30’)
Lambdas (BS) (15’)

Thursday 23-5. Aud. M

Analysis continued.
9.30 p+p (KH/FV) (30’)
10.00 HBT (JHL) (30’)
10.30 Clusters (IGB) (30’)
11.00 COFFEE
11.30 Planning of QM2002 presentations (JJG,FV) (20’)
Thoughts on the plenary talk (IGB) (20’)
Planning of publications present and future (JJG,FV) (35’)
12.45 LUNCH
14.00 RBUP (FV) (30’)
14.30 Run organization (FV) (30’)
15.00 Summary and decisisons (FV,JJG)
18.00 Wine and Cheese at NBI.

Friday, 24-5. AUD. A

Relativistic Heavy Ion Symposium
9.30 Jens Jørgen
GaardhøjeWelcome
9.40 Russell Betts (Chicago): Recounting the Past/Counting on the Future: Multiplicity measurements at RHIC
10.35COFFEE
10.55. Reinhard Stock (Frankfurt): Hadron Production from Bevalac to SPS: Freezeout, Statistical Order, the Chritical Temperature
11.50  Hans Bψggild (Copenhagen): From p+p to A+A.
12.45 LUNCH
14.30 Peter Braun-Munzinger Darmstadt): Equilibrium vs. Dynamics in Collisions between Relativistic Nuclei
15.25 COFFEE
15.45. Flemming Videbζk (Brookhaven): Baryon Stopping at RHIC. Expectations and Reality
16.40 Michel Gonin (Palaiseau): The Charm of J/Psi suppression
18.00 Drinks and Dinner at NBI.