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== Executive Team Statement on Racial Justice ==
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We, the Executive Team of the CMB-S4 Science Collaboration, recognize the particular pain and anguish inflicted upon Black people, including our colleagues, by the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery - only the latest in a shameful litany. We further recognize the impact of these events on all communities for whom the threat of such violence is part of the fabric of daily life.
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We affirm our collaboration’s commitment to racial justice, and unequivocally assert that Black lives matter. We recognize that we live in an institutionally racist society, and that white people have a particular responsibility to work to change this. We acknowledge that we, both as white individuals and as the Executive Team of a predominantly white collaboration, have fallen short in these endeavors to date.
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We recognize that our collaboration must strengthen its commitment to diversity as an asset and inclusion as a right. We understand that although words can be powerful, they are not enough without persistent, ongoing action. We call on all members of the collaboration who are in positions of privilege to listen to and support your colleagues, and to advocate and act for meaningful change. We further call on the creativity of the whole collaboration to find effective ways of fighting racism and increasing inclusion, diversity, equity, and accountability within our collaboration, our institutions, our field, and society at large.
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We will dedicate a plenary session at the August collaboration meeting to issues of racial justice and our collaboration’s response to them, and we welcome all suggestions from members for ways our collaboration can take action.
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Julian Borrill, John Carlstrom, Abby Crites, Gil Holder, Kevin Huffenberger, Lloyd Knox, Jeff McMahon, Joel Meyers, John Ruhl, Abby Vieregg
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== Spokespeople ==
 
== Spokespeople ==
  
The collaboration co-spokespeople - currently Julian Borrill and John Carlstrom - can be emailed at [mailto:spokespeople@cmb-s4.org spokespeople at cmb-s4 dot org]. Please contact us with any ideas, issues, compliments or complaints.
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The collaboration co-spokespeople - currently Julian Borrill and John Carlstrom - can be emailed at [mailto:spokespeople@cmb-s4.org spokespeople at cmb-s4 dot org]. Please contact us with any ideas, questions, compliments or complaints.
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* [[Letters of Endorsement]]
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* [[Project Documents]]
  
 
== Administration ==
 
== Administration ==
  
Our administrative structure is defined in [[media:bylaws_v1.pdf|the bylaws]] and illustrated in [[media:cmbs4_org.pdf|the org chart]].
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Our collaboration's administrative structure is defined in the bylaws and illustrated in the [[org chart]].
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The current and previous versions of the bylaws are available here:
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* [[Bylaws]]
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Each body has its own wiki space to advertise and record its activities.
  
 
* [[Governing Board]]
 
* [[Governing Board]]
** [[Election & Voting Commission]]
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** [[Election %26 Voting Commission]]
 
* [[Executive Team]]
 
* [[Executive Team]]
 
* [[Membership Committee]]
 
* [[Membership Committee]]
* [[Publication & Speakers Committee]]
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* [[Publication %26 Speakers Committee]]
 
** [[Publication Board]]
 
** [[Publication Board]]
 
** [[Speakers Bureau]]
 
** [[Speakers Bureau]]
 
* [[Junior Scientist Advancement Committee]]
 
* [[Junior Scientist Advancement Committee]]
 
* [[External Collaboration Committee]]
 
* [[External Collaboration Committee]]
* [[Education & Public Outreach Committee]]
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* [[Education %26 Public Outreach Committee]]
  
 
== Science & Technical Councils ==
 
== Science & Technical Councils ==
  
 
The Science and Technical Councils coordinate the activities of the Analysis and Technical Working Groups respectively.
 
The Science and Technical Councils coordinate the activities of the Analysis and Technical Working Groups respectively.
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Working group pages are under their Council; the simulation and forecasting logbook is common to all working groups.
  
 
* [[Science Council]]
 
* [[Science Council]]
 
* [[Technical Council]]
 
* [[Technical Council]]
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* [[Expected Survey Performance for Science Forecasting]]
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* [[Simulation and Forecasting Logbook]]
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* [[Requirements Flowdown]]
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* [[Systems Engineering]]
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* [[Risk Management]]
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* [[Value Management/Alternative Analysis and Selection]]
  
 
== Ombudspeople ==
 
== Ombudspeople ==
  
We have two ombudspeople who can provide informal, confidential, nonjudgmental, impartial, and independent advice and can arrange mediation for CMB-S4 members for the purposes of dispute resolution. They can be contacted at [mailto:ombudspeople@cmbs4-org ombudspeople at cmb-s4 dot org].
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We have two ombudspeople - currently Renée Hložek and Greg Tucker - who can provide informal, confidential, nonjudgmental, impartial, and independent advice, and can arrange mediation for CMB-S4 members for the purposes of dispute resolution. They can be contacted at [mailto:ombudspeople@cmbs4-org ombudspeople at cmb-s4 dot org].
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== Membership ==
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[[Current Membership List]]
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To apply for membership or request a change in status, please submit a [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pGFj0Z1SnnY-eiO-lYVEkXZ8pUPKcaKrPNU_rjbySsk/edit membership application/change of status form].
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Alternatively, if you would like to be kept up to date with CMB-S4 news without becoming a member, please [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1yfOshPRovXPLlcBhHObBPGQWO82KxVVKAbUEc82UftQ sign-up to the "friends" mailing list].
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== Collaboration Projects ==
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The project proposal process is details in section 9.3 of the bylaws. Any Collaboration member may propose a Collaboration research project to an appropriate Analysis Working Group or Technical Working Group, as work that is intended to result in a journal publication after a fixed term, or a small set of related publications.
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The current latex template for project submission is available [https://github.com/CMB-S4/publications-speakers-documents here].
  
 
== Mailing Lists ==
 
== Mailing Lists ==
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[https://cmb-s4.org/mailman/listinfo Working group mailing lists] are open to any member of the collaboration.
 
[https://cmb-s4.org/mailman/listinfo Working group mailing lists] are open to any member of the collaboration.
  
Each administrative body also has its own mailing list, which any member of the collaboration can post to. These are not publicly listed, but are of the form ''xyz at cmb-s4 dot org'' where ''xyz'' is the acronym of the body's name as given above (for example, et for the executive team).
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Each administrative body also has its own mailing list. These are primarily for internal communication between the body's members, but any member of the collaboration can also post to the list to address the full body. They are all of the form ''xyz at cmb-s4 dot org'' where ''xyz'' is the acronym of the body's name as given above (for example, ''et'' for the Executive Team or ''evc'' for the Election & Voting Commission).
  
== Calendar & Conference Lines ==
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If you have any problems with the mailing lists please [mailto:spokespeople@cmb-s4.org contact the spokespeople].
  
Our [https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=t7l87lpt7g2t6a7ak4qh0t72qg%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America%2FLos_Angeles google calendar] is used to advertise meetings and conference calls, and to reserve one of the two CMB-S4 uberconference lines - [http://uberconference.com/cmbs4a cmbs4a] (+1-866-578-4799) and [http://uberconference.com/cmbs4b cmbs4b] (+1-866-554-6782).
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== Calendar & Telecon Lines ==
  
[mailto:zeesh@stanford.edu Email Zeesh] for permission to add events to the calendar.
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Our [https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=t7l87lpt7g2t6a7ak4qh0t72qg%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America%2FLos_Angeles google calendar] is used to advertise meetings and conference calls, and to reserve one of the two CMB-S4 uberconference lines - [http://uberconference.com/cmbs4a cmbs4a] (+1-866-578-4799 or +1-480-999-2448) and [http://uberconference.com/cmbs4b cmbs4b] (+1-866-554-6782 or +1-301-264-6489). Please first check the line you want to use is available, and then include it in your calendar entry.
  
'''If someone knows how to embed the google calendar here, that would be awesome!'''
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[mailto:zeesh@stanford.edu Contact Zeesh Ahmed] for permission to add events to the calendar.
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Note that, as embedded here, the calendar displays all events in Pacific time.
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{{#widget:Google Calendar
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|id=t7l87lpt7g2t6a7ak4qh0t72qg@group.calendar.google.com
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|view=week
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|timezone=America/Los_Angeles
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}}
  
 
== Workshops ==
 
== Workshops ==
  
We hold bi-annual workshops, typically alternating between a University and a National Laboratory. The next workshop will be at [http://phyindico.princeton.edu/indico/event/12/page/0 Princeton, September 6th-8th 2018]. Presentations and notes are kept for each workshop on the wiki pages below:
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We hold bi-annual workshops, typically alternating between a University and a National Laboratory. The next workshop will be at Berkeley Lab, March 30th - April 1st 2020, and the following one at the University of Chicago, provisionally August 10th - 14th 2020. Presentations and notes are kept for each workshop on the wiki pages below:
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* [[UChicago-2020: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[LBNL-2020: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[UCSD-2019: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[Fermilab-2019: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[Princeton-2018: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[Argonne-2018: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[Harvard-2017: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[SLAC-2017: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[UChicago-2016: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[LBNL-2016: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [[UMICH-2015: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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== Reviews ==
  
* [[Princeton-2018: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [https://indico.fnal.gov/event/21878/ Annual Review - Chicago - November 4-5 2019]
*  [[Argonne-2018: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [https://argonnelab.github.io/reviews/?rid=slac2019&session=schedule&date=8/15/2019 CMB-S4 Detector Fabrication Review - SLAC - August 22-23 2019]
* [[Harvard-2017: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
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* [https://argonnelab.github.io/reviews/?rid=dc2018&session=sc1&date=12/11/2018 DSR Review - Washington, DC - December 11-13 2018]
*  [[SLAC-2017: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
 
*  [[UChicago-2016: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
 
* [[LBNL-2016: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
 
*  [[UMICH-2015: Cosmology with CMB-S4]]
 
  
 
== Useful Links ==
 
== Useful Links ==
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== Legacy Pages ==
 
== Legacy Pages ==
  
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* [[Main Page V1|The old main page]]
 
* [[Interim Collaboration Coordination Committee]]
 
* [[Interim Collaboration Coordination Committee]]
 
* [[Governance Bylaws Working Groups]]
 
* [[Governance Bylaws Working Groups]]
 
* [[Concept Definition Taskforce]]
 
* [[Concept Definition Taskforce]]

Latest revision as of 13:26, 10 June 2020

Executive Team Statement on Racial Justice

We, the Executive Team of the CMB-S4 Science Collaboration, recognize the particular pain and anguish inflicted upon Black people, including our colleagues, by the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery - only the latest in a shameful litany. We further recognize the impact of these events on all communities for whom the threat of such violence is part of the fabric of daily life.

We affirm our collaboration’s commitment to racial justice, and unequivocally assert that Black lives matter. We recognize that we live in an institutionally racist society, and that white people have a particular responsibility to work to change this. We acknowledge that we, both as white individuals and as the Executive Team of a predominantly white collaboration, have fallen short in these endeavors to date.

We recognize that our collaboration must strengthen its commitment to diversity as an asset and inclusion as a right. We understand that although words can be powerful, they are not enough without persistent, ongoing action. We call on all members of the collaboration who are in positions of privilege to listen to and support your colleagues, and to advocate and act for meaningful change. We further call on the creativity of the whole collaboration to find effective ways of fighting racism and increasing inclusion, diversity, equity, and accountability within our collaboration, our institutions, our field, and society at large.

We will dedicate a plenary session at the August collaboration meeting to issues of racial justice and our collaboration’s response to them, and we welcome all suggestions from members for ways our collaboration can take action.

Julian Borrill, John Carlstrom, Abby Crites, Gil Holder, Kevin Huffenberger, Lloyd Knox, Jeff McMahon, Joel Meyers, John Ruhl, Abby Vieregg

Spokespeople

The collaboration co-spokespeople - currently Julian Borrill and John Carlstrom - can be emailed at spokespeople at cmb-s4 dot org. Please contact us with any ideas, questions, compliments or complaints.

Administration

Our collaboration's administrative structure is defined in the bylaws and illustrated in the org chart.

The current and previous versions of the bylaws are available here:

Each body has its own wiki space to advertise and record its activities.

Science & Technical Councils

The Science and Technical Councils coordinate the activities of the Analysis and Technical Working Groups respectively.

Working group pages are under their Council; the simulation and forecasting logbook is common to all working groups.

Ombudspeople

We have two ombudspeople - currently Renée Hložek and Greg Tucker - who can provide informal, confidential, nonjudgmental, impartial, and independent advice, and can arrange mediation for CMB-S4 members for the purposes of dispute resolution. They can be contacted at ombudspeople at cmb-s4 dot org.

Membership

Current Membership List

To apply for membership or request a change in status, please submit a membership application/change of status form.

Alternatively, if you would like to be kept up to date with CMB-S4 news without becoming a member, please sign-up to the "friends" mailing list.

Collaboration Projects

The project proposal process is details in section 9.3 of the bylaws. Any Collaboration member may propose a Collaboration research project to an appropriate Analysis Working Group or Technical Working Group, as work that is intended to result in a journal publication after a fixed term, or a small set of related publications.

The current latex template for project submission is available here.

Mailing Lists

Working group mailing lists are open to any member of the collaboration.

Each administrative body also has its own mailing list. These are primarily for internal communication between the body's members, but any member of the collaboration can also post to the list to address the full body. They are all of the form xyz at cmb-s4 dot org where xyz is the acronym of the body's name as given above (for example, et for the Executive Team or evc for the Election & Voting Commission).

If you have any problems with the mailing lists please contact the spokespeople.

Calendar & Telecon Lines

Our google calendar is used to advertise meetings and conference calls, and to reserve one of the two CMB-S4 uberconference lines - cmbs4a (+1-866-578-4799 or +1-480-999-2448) and cmbs4b (+1-866-554-6782 or +1-301-264-6489). Please first check the line you want to use is available, and then include it in your calendar entry.

Contact Zeesh Ahmed for permission to add events to the calendar.

Note that, as embedded here, the calendar displays all events in Pacific time.

{{#widget:Google Calendar |id=t7l87lpt7g2t6a7ak4qh0t72qg@group.calendar.google.com |view=week |showprint=false |timezone=America/Los_Angeles }}

Workshops

We hold bi-annual workshops, typically alternating between a University and a National Laboratory. The next workshop will be at Berkeley Lab, March 30th - April 1st 2020, and the following one at the University of Chicago, provisionally August 10th - 14th 2020. Presentations and notes are kept for each workshop on the wiki pages below:

Reviews

Useful Links

Legacy Pages