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Revision 6 (Ricciardi, Stefania, 05 December 2012 17:02) → Revision 7/8 (Ricciardi, Stefania, 05 December 2012 17:03)

h1. GEOM 051212 

 Wednesday 21st October at 16.00 GMT 

 * Geometry (Matt Littlefield) 
 * Geometry Verification (S Ricciardi) 
 * Absorbers (P Snopok) 
 * CAD Models (J Tarrant) 
 * Detector Groups: Tracker (C. Heidt) 
 * Magnets (Victoria Blackmore) 
 * AOB 

 Proposed date of next meeting Wedensday 17th December at 4pm GMT -   

 h1. Actions from Previous Meeting 

 * ACTION: Discuss ID/time-stamp of MC ideal geometries with Anthony W.(Stefania) 
 ** DECISION use a time-stamp in the past,e.g., Year 1974 of ideal STEP IV, 1975 for ideal Step V, etc.  
 * ACTION: Check @src/legacy/FILES/Models/Modules/AFC/H2-Window.xls@ and produce ideal STEP IV geometry(Jason) 
 ** STANDS 
 * ACTION: Stefania to check how much time/particle/s with CAD geometry on RAL Tier2 (Matt reports 2.8 s/particle on his laptop)  
 ** NEW 
 * ACTION: Improving TRACKER Geometry description - fibres outside fiducial region (Heidt) 
 ** STANDS 
 * ACTION: Store all tracker geometry in CDB (Chris->Matt->Ryan) 
 ** STANDS. Chris has written gdml description. Matt has produced a transfer script. Ryan will familiarise with the system and upload to CDB. 
 * ACTION: Get CMM measurement data from Geoff Barber/et al (Heidt) 
 ** STANDS? 
 * ACTION: GEANT4 warning messages when geometry from CAD import is used (Ryan and Matt) 
 ** STANDS 
 * ACTION: Produce geometry documentation for code developpers and pass information to Ryan (Matt) 
 ** STANDS 
 * ACTION: Victoria Blackmore to implement magnet field map interface (Victoria)  
 ** STANDS 
 * ACTION: Invite Gene Kafka to report on Cherenkov geometry(Stefania) 
 ** NEW 


 h1. Notes 

 h2. Present:  

  
 Stefania, Ryan, Jason, Matt, Chris H. 

 h2. Actions 

 * ACTION: Discuss ID/time-stamp of MC ideal geometries with Anthony W.(Stefania) 
 ** DECISION use a time-stamp in the past,e.g., Year 1974 of ideal STEP IV, 1975 for ideal Step V, etc.  
 ** STANDS 
 * ACTION: produce ideal STEP IV geometry(Jason) 
 ** PROGRESS only diffuser and few smaller details missing (plastic supports won't be included in the design)- Complete model by next week 
 * ACTION: Stefania to check how much time/particle/s with CAD geometry on RAL Tier2 (Matt reports 2.8 s/particle on his laptop)  
 ** STANDS 
 * ACTION: Improving TRACKER Geometry description - fibres outside fiducial region (Heidt) 
 ** STANDS (January) 
 * ACTION: Store all tracker geometry in CDB (Chris->Matt->Ryan) 
 ** STANDS. Chris has written gdml description. Matt has produced a transfer script. Ryan will familiarise with the system and upload to CDB. 
 ** NEW Chris to remove diffuser supports from tracker geometry description as it will be simulated by CAD 
 ** NEW Matt to upload Jason CAD model to DB to have a first version of STEP IV geometry in a MAUS release before end of 2012   
 * ACTION: GEANT4 warning messages when geometry from CAD import is used (Ryan and Matt) 
 ** STANDS 
 * ACTION: Produce geometry documentation for code developpers and pass information to Ryan (Matt) 
 ** STANDS (January) 
 * ACTION: Victoria Blackmore to implement magnet field map interface (Victoria)  
 ** STANDS 
 * ACTION: Invite Gene Kafka to report on Cherenkov geometry(Stefania) 
 ** STANDS  

 h1. Phone etc 

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 * Switzerland: 0848 560 347 
 * US:            1 415 363 0833 (or 1 646 652 0772) 
 * Italy:         0821 230 749 
 * Others listed below 
 * Skype           +49 1803 001 178 

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 h2. International Dial in numbers 

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 * Austria          0820 4000 1502 
 * Belgium          070 35 98 66 
 * France           0821 230 749 
 * Germany          01803 001 177 
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 * Netherlands      0870 001 909 
 * Poland           0801 003 533 
 * South Africa     087 550 0375 
 * Spain            902 885 318 
 * Sweden           0939 2066 300 
 * Switzerland      0848 560 347 
 * United States    1 415 363 0833 (or 1 646 652 0772) 
 * Skype           +49 1803 001 178 
 * World           +44 844 580 0555