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''Attending: Elton, Colin, Mark, Tolga, Varun, Andrew, Karthik, Sean, Jon, Sasha, Rebecca, Matt, Zisis''
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# Announcements:
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#* Matt asked about potential talks for the May Collaboration Meeting.  Sasha suggested a joint PrimEx and FCAL-II talk.
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# Run Preparations
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## FCAL: Mark reported that all bases are in the FCAL. He has a bit of communications and database work to complete before turning on the detector, which will stay on all summer.
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## BCAL: It was decided to power it up in July and run through the checklist.  Regina will help.  Mark and Elton will be absent part of August and Beni will be the local contact then.
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## CCAL: Bases have been modified and will be reinstalled.  The LMS system has been refurbished; the larger cross section fibers give 16x more light.  The system will be activated in June and tested.
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# Calibration
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#* Andrew presented an update on the FCAL Elasticity Calibration and discrepancies observed between data and MC: Both the elasticity and E/p show issues, with a 5% shift to lower values in the data. Using polynomials, the data and MC were made to match better. There is a knee in the distributions at 4 GeV, which is the region above which the calibration exists but has not been validated.  Issues at theta<2 deg are seen; it is likely that the data has a bigger beam hole.  E9/E25 ratio was also shown. Differences between e+ and e- are seen. Suggestions were to check the measured versus kinfit parameters and look at the pull distributions of the e+/e- tracks and also to compare to &rho; decay.
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# Monitoring
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## BCAL (offline)
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##* Elton showed updates on the BCAL Hadronic Efficiencies in connection to hot channels. Overall, things are ok, as was also the general conclusion from Tolga's BCAL monitoring scans.  Some dips in the efficiencies are seen for certain modules.  A group of runs seems to have a higher efficiency than the rest of the runs; no obvious cause by reviewing the log book.  Hot channels are possibly related to baseline drifts.  Mark commented that another cause could have been the turning off of the crate temperature feedback.  Some thinking will go into a better way to adjust the baselines more often. Elton tuned the MC to reproduce his findings and updated the CCDB.  Tolga will check the BCAL spreadsheets as per Sean's suggestion.  Sean will look at RF-CCDB issues; will write some code to check this after each run.
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## FCAL (offline)
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# Reconstruction
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# Simulations
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##CWP #10 ("Neutral ID")-Resumption & Outlook for Summer (Tolga) [https://halldweb.jlab.org/DocDB/0050/005078/001/CWG_April28.pdf]
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# Action Items
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# Any other business

Revision as of 15:20, 28 April 2021

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References

  1. FCAL HDFCAL log book
  2. BCAL HDBCAL log book
  3. Calibrations: 2020 Data Production; RunPeriod-2019-11 Validation; Offline Monitoring Data Validation

Goals for Calorimetry Group

  1. Determine preliminary photon reconstruction efficiencies as a function of E, phi and theta in data and simulation with a point-to-point precision of at least 5%.
  2. Measure systematics of pi0/eta mass calibration as a function of detector position to a precision of at least 5 MeV.
  3. Demonstrate agreement of photon reconstruction efficiency and resolution between data and simulation as a function of E, phi and theta to within 5%.

Action Items

  1. Short term CALWG Items
  2. Long term items
  3. Calorimeter work packages

Tentative Agenda

  1. Announcements
  2. Run Preparations
    1. FCAL
    2. BCAL
    3. CCAL
  3. Calibration
  4. Monitoring
    1. BCAL (offline)
    2. FCAL (offline)
  5. Reconstruction
  6. Simulations
    1. CWP #10 ("Neutral ID")-Resumption & Outlook for Summer (Tolga) [2]
  7. Action Items
  8. Any other business

Minutes

Attending: Elton, Colin, Mark, Tolga, Varun, Andrew, Karthik, Sean, Jon, Sasha, Rebecca, Matt, Zisis

  1. Announcements:
    • Matt asked about potential talks for the May Collaboration Meeting. Sasha suggested a joint PrimEx and FCAL-II talk.
  2. Run Preparations
    1. FCAL: Mark reported that all bases are in the FCAL. He has a bit of communications and database work to complete before turning on the detector, which will stay on all summer.
    2. BCAL: It was decided to power it up in July and run through the checklist. Regina will help. Mark and Elton will be absent part of August and Beni will be the local contact then.
    3. CCAL: Bases have been modified and will be reinstalled. The LMS system has been refurbished; the larger cross section fibers give 16x more light. The system will be activated in June and tested.
  3. Calibration
    • Andrew presented an update on the FCAL Elasticity Calibration and discrepancies observed between data and MC: Both the elasticity and E/p show issues, with a 5% shift to lower values in the data. Using polynomials, the data and MC were made to match better. There is a knee in the distributions at 4 GeV, which is the region above which the calibration exists but has not been validated. Issues at theta<2 deg are seen; it is likely that the data has a bigger beam hole. E9/E25 ratio was also shown. Differences between e+ and e- are seen. Suggestions were to check the measured versus kinfit parameters and look at the pull distributions of the e+/e- tracks and also to compare to ρ decay.
  4. Monitoring
    1. BCAL (offline)
      • Elton showed updates on the BCAL Hadronic Efficiencies in connection to hot channels. Overall, things are ok, as was also the general conclusion from Tolga's BCAL monitoring scans. Some dips in the efficiencies are seen for certain modules. A group of runs seems to have a higher efficiency than the rest of the runs; no obvious cause by reviewing the log book. Hot channels are possibly related to baseline drifts. Mark commented that another cause could have been the turning off of the crate temperature feedback. Some thinking will go into a better way to adjust the baselines more often. Elton tuned the MC to reproduce his findings and updated the CCDB. Tolga will check the BCAL spreadsheets as per Sean's suggestion. Sean will look at RF-CCDB issues; will write some code to check this after each run.
    2. FCAL (offline)
  5. Reconstruction
  6. Simulations
    1. CWP #10 ("Neutral ID")-Resumption & Outlook for Summer (Tolga) [3]
  7. Action Items
  8. Any other business