Simulation Meeting June 22 2023 230PM ET

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A short tour to keep track of what people are working on

  • UVA
    • Prakash: collar 2 and reduce bkg from collar 2
    • Ryan: background from out of acceptable range. Tracking down weird up vs down asymmetry, to verify there is no geometry mismatch or field map offset.
    • Eric: Ferromagnetic studies in coordination with UVA group
      • It was noted that Dave Armstrong had requested a check on a GEM rotator component
  • UMass:
    • Sayak- target chamber exit window, thermal neutron at the pion detector, radiation at the GEM electronic rack;
    • Andrew; new hyperon generator for pion photoproduction background, work with Neven Simicevic to incorporate all the pion backgrounds, DIS pions for instance work with EIC generator and SoLID generators
    • Jhih-Ying; Fluka simulation to get local activation
    • John Mott: Two bounce code, adding more geometry components into the script working with Sakib.
  • Manitoba (Sakib)
    • Luke working on 3D two bounce code
    • support bar power deposition. Low stats simulations, now backed by higher statistics cross-check
    • Science grid update: working with EIC collaboration to improve the job submission
  • VaTech (Devi)
    • Beamline background, in particular placing DBMs in SAM or scanner locations to look for rescattered or fringe field tails.
    • Halo monitor detector simulations, upstream of the target
  • SBU:
    • Zuhal: no new simulations for deconvolution, yet. Next will be simulation with new GDML from M.Gericke for reduced ring 1 size.
    • Vassu and Zuhal: simulation for smaller sieve holes, testing also tilt to vary edge scattering and look for degradation. Planning for bid soon: should bring this work to show at Thursday simulation meeting.
  • General discussion on possible topics of interest in near term
    • GEM coverage for tracks to R1 (probably no coverage) and R2. We'd like to know how well we can look at illumination of these monitors
    • Detector response studies
      • Wedge response in optical simulation. Important for deconvolution, can be studied later but would be timely now to prepare for probable beam test in September
      • Funnel background - same. Blackened quartz might be used in upcoming beam test, it would be helpful to have a simulation guide to plan.

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