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=== Thursday April 2 ===
 
=== Thursday April 2 ===

Revision as of 17:25, 18 March 2020

Workshop overview

This 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 Berkeley Lab, March 30th - April 1st 2020, starting first thing Monday morning and ending Wednesday late afternoon. There will also be social events on Sunday March 29th and splinter meetings on Thursday April 2nd.

Meeting Info & Registration

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

Agenda

Monday March 30

09:00 -- Plenary 1, Collaboration Organization

10:00 -- Plenary 2, Project Organization

11:00 -- Coffee break

11:30 -- Plenary 3, Baseline Design Issues: Detectors / Readout / Modules

12:30 -- Plenary 4, Baseline Design Issues: LAT and SAT

Tuesday March 31

09:00 -- Parallel 1

  • Detectors / Readout / Modules (Wollack/Benson)
  • Large Aperture Telescopes (Carlstrom/Niemack)
  • Data Acquisition (Newburgh)
  • Low-ell BB (Bischoff/Wu)
  • Maps-to-Spectra (Loverde/Reichardt)

11:00 -- Coffee break

11:30 -- Parallel 2

  • Detectors / Readout / Modules (Wollack/Benson)
  • Small Aperture Telescopes (Kovac/Kusaka)
  • Data Management (Borrill/Crawford)
  • Sources (Battaglia/Vieira)
  • Maps-to-Other Statistics (Sherwin/Alvarez)

Wednesday April 1

09:00 -- Parallel 3

  • Testing Facilities (Benson)
  • Telescope Interfaces: Sites and I&C (Ruhl/Arnold)
  • Cold Optics (McMahon)
  • Science-to-Measurement Flowdown (Lawrence)

10:00 -- Parallel 4

  • Telescope Interfaces: Detectors/Readout/Modules and DAQ (Zivick)
  • Cold Optics (McMahon)
  • Science-to-Measurement Flowdown (Lawrence)

11:00 -- Coffee break

11:30 -- Parallel 5

  • Measurement-to-Technical Flowdown (Lawrence)
  • DAQ / DM / Sites Interfaces (Rahlin)
  • Galactic Foreground Modeling (Hensley/Thorne)
  • Extragalactic Foreground Modeling (van Engelen/Omori)

12:30 -- Parallel 6

  • Measurement-to-Technical Flowdown (Lawrence)
  • Transients: Science, Pipelines, Data (Holder)
  • Cross-correlations and Complimentarity for LSS (Ferraro)
  • Galactic Foreground Modeling (Hensley/Thorne)
  • Extragalactic Foreground Modeling (van Engelen/Omori)

Thursday April 2

09:00 -- Plenary 5, Parallel Reports 1-2

11:00 -- Coffee break

11:30 -- Plenary 6, Parallel Reports 3-6, Town Hall, Closeout