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Dobbs, Adam, 14 May 2014 12:36

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h1. Meeting 2014-05-14
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Date: 14th May 2014
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Time: 15:00 BST
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Apologies: D. Adey
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h2. Agenda and Minutes
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h3. 0. Actions
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* Create MICE note of channel mappings end-to-end through hardware, electronics and software - DA
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* Create comparison plots for channel mapping data - CH
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* Check with KL and AB if we want to proceed with new  spare waveguides - MU
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* Place survey data on on tracker wiki - MU
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* Prepare for LED testing, make connectors - GB, KLs
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* Order new LED pulser box - CM
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h3. 1. Software: AD, ES, CH, ST
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* Schedule - AD See http://micewww.pp.rl.ac.uk/attachments/download/2152.
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h4. 1.1 Documentation - AD, ES, CH
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* Base documentation - AD
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* Digitisation - CH, ES
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* Pattern Recognition - AD
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* Track fit - ES
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* MC - CH
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* Geometry, CDB - CH
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* Noise - CH
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h4. 1.2 Geometry, Calibrations, Configurations, CDB - CH
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* Helium windows not in geometry - CH
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* Get CMM geometry data in to CDB - CH
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* Translate CDB geometry xml into MiceModules format _Now able to pull down from CDB but still crashing when try to run sim with it_ - AD, CH
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h4. 1.3 Monte Carlo
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* MC Noise - CH
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** Look at large cpu load
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** Code review _Complete, need to keep track of actions at http://micewww.pp.rl.ac.uk/projects/maus/wiki/PC030213_
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* ADC smearing needs fixing - CH
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h4. 1.4 Online Displays - MU
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h4. 1.5 Performance
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* Spacepoint efficiency study - CH, AD
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* Bias difference between trackers to be investigate - CH, AD
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* Low pt performance - AD
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h4. 1.6 Issues
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* Final track fit - ES
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** Deal with -ve charge
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** Track points to link back to clusters
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** Station numbering bug fixed in tracker branch, merge to trunk
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* Pattern Recognition - AD
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** NaNs for some track parameters now fixed in tracker branch, merge to trunk
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h3. 2. DAQ/Calibration/Controls - DA, EO
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h4. 2.1 MiniDAQ - DA
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h4. 2.2 Channel Mappings
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* Check our channel mapping from end to end and make sure correct - DA, AD, ES, CH
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* Dig up the old documentation for the electronics channel mapping - DA
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h4. 2.3 Controls
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* Create controls system - DA
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h4. 2.4 Hall Probes - MU
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* Hall probe readout - ensure this is sorted before tracker placed in bore - PH, MU
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h3. 3. LED: EO
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* Finish main flasher unit - EO, CMacW
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* Make documentation mapping LEDs to areas of tracker illuminated - EO
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* Ask KL, AB, DA about whether it would be helpful to fit LED into TOF to help our timing - EO 
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h3. 4. Tracker lab - AB, GB, CM
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* CM wants to use tracker lab to store tracker equipment currently spread around RAL
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* Move cryostat to go back to tracker lab. - CM
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h3. 5. Installation
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* Integration Schedule
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** Current schedule at document#85
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** Add resource loading? - CM
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** Merge with main MICE schedule - CM _Had meeting with KL, RP, AG_
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* -Tracker integrity during transport from R9 to Hall - add accelerometer - MU- SS2 now in MICE Hall
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* Survey data 
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** Need to obtain survey data from M. Leonova - MU _Done_
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** Store data sensibly (tracker wiki for now) - MU
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** Survey of phi needs to be done by John Pallin - GB
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* -Finish installation manual - GB, MU-
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* External waveguides
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** New connectors - GB 
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** -Check with KL and AB if we want to proceed - MU-
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** Need to QA the external waveguides somehow - MU
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h3. 6. Services in the MICE hall: CM
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* Backing vacuum line system - CM
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h3. 7. Mitigation of effect of magnetic field: CM, MU 
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h3. 8. Step IV Readiness - MU
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h3. 9. AoB and summary of actions. 
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h2. Phone Details
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* The four digit company id: 4673 (callers from outside the UK)
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* The pin number: 419357
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Phone numbers:
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| UK (Imperial College --preferred) | 0845 545 4460 | English |
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| Austria | 0820 4000 1503 | English |
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| | 0820 4000 15 02 | German |
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| Belgium | 070 35 99 45 | English |
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| | 070 35 99 94 | Dutch |
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| | 070 35 98 66 | French |
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| Canada | 1 712 432 2832 | English |
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| | 1 712 432 2844 | French |
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| Germany | 01803 001 178 | English |
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| | 01570 248 8303 | English (mobile) |
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| | 01803 001 177 | German |
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| | 01570 248 8101 | German (mobile) |
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| Ireland | 0818 270 007 | English |
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| Italy | 848 390 166 | English |
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|  | 848 391 819 | Italian |
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| Netherlands | 0870 001 901 | English |
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|  | 0870 001 909 | Dutch |
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| Poland | 0801 003 543 | English |
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|  | 0801 003 533 | Polish |
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| South Africa | 087 550 0375 | English |
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| Spain | 902 885 318 | English |
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|  | 902 881 200 | Spanish |
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| Sweden | 0939 2066 400 | English |
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|  | 0939 2066 300 | Swedish |
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|Switzerland | 0848 560 190 | English |
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|  | 0848 560 378 | French |
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|  | 0848 560 347 | German |
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|  | 0848 560 385 | Italian |
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| United Kingdom (PowWowNow) | 0844 4 73 73 73 | English |
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| United States | 1 415 363 0833  | English |