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Revision as of 12:58, 13 March 2019

Workshop overview

The Fermilab workshop continues a successful series of meetings bringing together the CMB experimental and theoretical community to plan a coordinated, stage-4 ground-based CMB experiment.

The meeting will be held at Fermilab, March 13-15, 2019. The first 2 days will be a collaboration meeting and the 3rd will be our first project meeting; everyone is welcome to all 3 days.

Meeting Info & Registration

Official Workshop Website: Registration, Participants, Hotels, Logistics.

Location: IARC Building at Fermilab http://iarc.fnal.gov/

Remote Connection Information:

Zoom link: https://fnal.zoom.us/j/356003665

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About This Wiki

As for previous workshops, we will use this wiki to organize the sessions, to capture the input from them, and to develop next steps. Participants are encouraged to edit the wiki directly, including uploading plots or a few slides.

Hints for formatting this wiki can be found here


Agenda

Wednesday March 13th

Morning Sessions Chair: Brad Benson

08:30 Welcome and Spokesperson Update

09:30 Collaboration Update

10:15 Coffee Break

10:45 DSR Review and Science

12:30 Lunch & JSAC (Junior Scientist) Event

Afternoon Sessions Chair: Abby Vieregg

1:30 DSR Reference Design

3:30 Coffee Break

4:00 NSF MSRI Proposals

4:40 Fireslides (Chair: Sasha Rahlin)

5:30 Poster Session at Wilson Hall

5:45 Group photo at Wilson Hall

6:00-8:00 Social event and food at Wilson Hall


Thursday March 14th

08:30 Path to CD-1 / PDR

  • 8:30 Path to CD-1 / PDR (John Carlstrom, Julian Borrill)
  • 9:15 Project Perspectives (Charles Lawrence)
  • 9:30 Questions and Discussion

10:00 Coffee Break

  • 10:30 Interactive Session: Path to Baseline Design (Chairs: Jeff McMahon, Abigail Vieregg)
    • Working group leads present timeline for decision making
    • Collated current list of R&D priorities (Technical Coordinators)
    • Discuss list of R&D items that funding was requested from DOE in February (Brenna Flaugher)

12:30 Lunch

1:30 Submitted Talks (Chair: Adam Anderson)

  • 1:30 Modulations of the CMB (Daniel Grin)
  • 1:50 Non-Gaussian information in the small-scale CMB: from lensing to galaxy velocities (Simone Ferraro)
  • 2:10 CMB-S4 Delensing (Marius Milea)
  • 2:30 Update on uMUX R&D towards CMB-S4 (Zeesh Ahmed)
  • 2:50 Recent Advances in Next-Generation Frequency-Multiplexed TES readout (Tijmen de Haan)
  • 3:10 Inflation constraints from POLARBEAR-1 using a continuously rotating half-wave plate (Niel Goeckner-Wald)

3:30 Coffee Break

  • 4:00 Update on European coordination for ground-based CMB experiments (Carlo Baccigalupi)

4:30 Collaboration Wrap-up (Spokespeople)


Friday March 15th

8:30 Project Day

  • 8:30 Integrated project plan (Yeck)
  • 9:00 Preparations for DOE/CD-1 and NSF PDR (Reichanadter)
  • 9:30 Critical path, technical decision timeline, design reviews (Flaugher)
  • 10:00 Cost, schedule, contingency overview (Bailey)

10:30 Coffee Break

  • 10:45 preliminary Project Execution Plan (pPEP) Session (Yeck)
    • 11:00 pPEP Project Governance & Project Office (Yeck)
    • 11:15 pPEP Agency Scope & Responsibilities (Yeck)
    • 11:30 Institutional Roles (Yeck)
  • 11:45 Systems engineering and risk status (Ahmed, Kurita)

12:15 Lunch and Sidet Tours

1:30

  • 1:30 R&D plan and priorities (Flaugher)
  • 2:00 Interm Integrated project office (Yeck)
  • 2:15 Technical coordination plans (McMahon, Vieregg)
  • 2:45 In-kind contributions (Borrill)
  • 3:00 Detectors and readout - Discussion of next steps
  • 3:15 Site infrastructure - Discussion of critical path and next steps (Brad)
  • 3:45 Project wrap-up

17:00 End of meeting