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Rory Miskimen of University of Massachusetts Amherst is listed as an author on the following documents:

GlueX-doc-# Title Author(s) Topic(s) Last Updated
5079-v3 Response to the ERR for E12-13-008/E12-13-008A Mark Ito et al. Project Status
Planning
General
Reviews
24 May 2021
5080-v1 Overview of MWPC Construction for the Charged Pion Polarizability Experiment (CPP) at Jefferson Lab Rory Miskimen et al. Particle Tracking
Detector Hardware
29 Apr 2021
4905-v1 Overview of Experiment and Setup Rory Miskimen Reviews
Proposal
General
07 Feb 2021
4796-v1 TOF trigger rate study with the upgraded TOF detector and optional lead shielding Iliya Larin et al. Tagger Rates
Beam Test
22 Jan 2021
4670-v2 CPP Jeopardy PAC presentation Iliya Larin et al. GlueX Physics
GlueX Experiment
02 Dec 2020
4527-v4 Measuring Charged Pion Polarizability in the gamma gamma -> pi+pi- Reaction Iliya Larin et al. GlueX Physics
Proposal
02 Dec 2020
4600-v5 Measuring the Polarizability of the Neutral Pion with GlueX - Presentation to PAC48 Mark Ito et al. Amplitude Analysis
Proposal
26 Oct 2020
4373-v4 Measuring the Neutral Pion Polarizability Alexander Austregesilo et al. GlueX Physics
Amplitude Analysis
Proposal
PrimEx
01 Jul 2020
4478-v3 Measuring the Polarizability of the Neutral Pion with GlueX - May 2020 Collaboration Meeting Mark Ito et al. Amplitude Analysis
Proposal
19 May 2020
3744-v2 Measurements of Meson Polarizabilities Iliya Larin et al. GlueX Physics
20 Nov 2018
2956-v1 Preparation for the Pion Polarizability Experiment Rory Miskimen FCAL
Upgrades
General
19 Feb 2016
1976-v1 Charged Pion Polarizability LOI David Lawrence et al. General Theory
04 May 2012

Number of documents found: 12

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