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* Light Monitoring System -- Arshak
 
* Light Monitoring System -- Arshak
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=Minutes=
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Attendees: Sasha,Bill,Liping,Phil,Olga,Jon,Igal,Daniel,Tegan,Susan,Jane,Arshak,Jaden,Dax,Vadim,Jared,Adam,Gavin,S.T.
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* S.T. gave an update on simulation of the π0π0 background for η→π0γγ
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** Goal is to understand the shape and scale of the background
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** New generator genScalarRegge with parameters tuned to existing FCAL2 data
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** Use to estimate background for FCAL2 in anticipation of possible submission to PAC next year
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* Igal has been looking at shower seperations between π0 and bachelor γ for the golden JEF channel
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** Finds different distributions depending on how the decay post-processor evtgen is used
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** Some evidence that shower shape in Island Algorithm (IA) for lead glass blocks may not be correct
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** The default (DA) shower reconstruction algorithm does not work well when the showers are too close
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** The Island algorithm reproduces reasonably well the thrown separation when using the center-of-gravity (actually a fitted position)
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** The log-weighting method fails for close clusters for both algorithms, with a pronounced peak near zero separation for IA
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** Compared IA and default algorithm reconstruction of π0γγ relative to η→3π0 background
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*** Peak in simulation at η mass looks sharper for FCAL2 compared to FCAL1
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*** TOF veto reduces signal by factor of 4 but does suppress η→2γ peaking background
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* Tegan showed some shower separation plots from his di-photon studies
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** Confirmed poor performance of log-weighting method for position if the clusters are too close
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** IA works better than DA for center-of-gravity position method
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** Could in principle check IA using real data in CCAL following Ilya's scheme for mixing events used for PrimeX
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* No news regarding moving FCAL2 module fabrication setup to new building
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* Olga delivered a batch of cookies from GWU
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* PRs can now proceed:  PMT sockets, integrating sphere
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* Got permission to move CRYTUR crystals from JLab pool to us
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* Students now at lab working on various stages of module fabrication, encouraged to give updates at this meeting
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** Checked 112 NPS replacement (SICCAS) crystals for color, bubbles, dimensions
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** Work on wrapping, cutting ESR/Tedlar,etc.
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* Need to glue/wrap light guides (1127 needed)
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* Grand total of 459 modules fabricated

Latest revision as of 10:51, 6 June 2022

meeting time and location

  • 9:30 am EST (JLab time) remote only
  • Zoom meeting ID: 161 050 9142 Passcode: 004965

Agenda

Minutes

Attendees: Sasha,Bill,Liping,Phil,Olga,Jon,Igal,Daniel,Tegan,Susan,Jane,Arshak,Jaden,Dax,Vadim,Jared,Adam,Gavin,S.T.

  • S.T. gave an update on simulation of the π0π0 background for η→π0γγ
    • Goal is to understand the shape and scale of the background
    • New generator genScalarRegge with parameters tuned to existing FCAL2 data
    • Use to estimate background for FCAL2 in anticipation of possible submission to PAC next year
  • Igal has been looking at shower seperations between π0 and bachelor γ for the golden JEF channel
    • Finds different distributions depending on how the decay post-processor evtgen is used
    • Some evidence that shower shape in Island Algorithm (IA) for lead glass blocks may not be correct
    • The default (DA) shower reconstruction algorithm does not work well when the showers are too close
    • The Island algorithm reproduces reasonably well the thrown separation when using the center-of-gravity (actually a fitted position)
    • The log-weighting method fails for close clusters for both algorithms, with a pronounced peak near zero separation for IA
    • Compared IA and default algorithm reconstruction of π0γγ relative to η→3π0 background
      • Peak in simulation at η mass looks sharper for FCAL2 compared to FCAL1
      • TOF veto reduces signal by factor of 4 but does suppress η→2γ peaking background
  • Tegan showed some shower separation plots from his di-photon studies
    • Confirmed poor performance of log-weighting method for position if the clusters are too close
    • IA works better than DA for center-of-gravity position method
    • Could in principle check IA using real data in CCAL following Ilya's scheme for mixing events used for PrimeX
  • No news regarding moving FCAL2 module fabrication setup to new building
  • Olga delivered a batch of cookies from GWU
  • PRs can now proceed: PMT sockets, integrating sphere
  • Got permission to move CRYTUR crystals from JLab pool to us
  • Students now at lab working on various stages of module fabrication, encouraged to give updates at this meeting
    • Checked 112 NPS replacement (SICCAS) crystals for color, bubbles, dimensions
    • Work on wrapping, cutting ESR/Tedlar,etc.
  • Need to glue/wrap light guides (1127 needed)
  • Grand total of 459 modules fabricated