Π polarizability Meeting Apr 22, 2020

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Meeting Info.

Meeting Time And Location

9:00 EST (JLab time)

CC L207

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  1. Previous meeting: Apr 15, 2020
  2. Announcements
  3. Update on Engineering/Design
  4. Data Analysis - Andrew
  5. Preparations for Jeopardy
  6. Other business
  7. Next meeting - David has conflict

After discussion with the JLUO Board of Directors and some of the Jefferson Lab
users, we consulted with the PAC membership regarding rescheduling of the PAC48
meeting this summer. As a result, we have decided to reschedule the PAC meeting to
August 10-14 with a new due date for proposals and Jeopardy updates of June 22 at
8AM EDT. The updated call for proposals can be found on the PAC webpage at

https://www.jlab.org/physics/PAC .

We hope that this extension of the due date will provide sufficient extra time for all
users to complete preparation of their proposals. At this point, we still intend to hold
the meeting in person at Jefferson Lab. If necessary, we may decide on a meeting by
remote connection and we will do our best to communicate that to you in a timely
fashion. For now, we will wait to see how the situation develops in the near future
before making a final decision.

We hope you are all doing well and we look forward to seeing you at Jefferson Lab
in the future when we can restore operations and continue our research program.
 
            Best regards,

            Bob McKeown

Minutes

TBD