Report of the JSA President / Jefferson Lab Director

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Report of the JSA President / Jefferson Lab Director

Hugh Montgomery; March 30, 2012

JEFFERSON LAB –

REVIEW


• Infrastructure

Outline

• 12 GeV Project Progress

• Future Directions EIC

• Strategic Planning

• Funding Discussions

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TEDF Construction - $72.2M

Additional Federal Investments

in JLab Infrastructure

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Utilities Infrastructure

Modernization - $29.2M

CEBAF Center Add & Rehab -

$78-92M (Planned)


Experimental Nuclear Physics Program

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X

HDice, delayed

has reached 35 mK

in lab


12 GeV Upgrade will allow access to new scientific discoveries

• Total Project Cost $310M

• Upgrade accelerator and

infrastructure to allow delivery of 11

GeV to three existing experimental

halls and 12 GeV to a new hall

• Construct new hall and completely

new, large scale experiment (GlueX)

• Upgrade equipment in other halls to

permit exploitation of new energy

range

12 GeV Upgrade Project

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12 GeV Upgrade Schedule

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Two short parasitic installation

periods in FY10

6-month installation

May – Oct 2011

16

12-month installation

May 2012 – May 2013

Hall A commissioning start

October 2013

Hall D commissioning start

April 2014

Halls B/C commissioning start

October 2014

Project Completion

June 2015



12 GeV Upgrade – Highlights

• Hall D – equipment installation in progress

• Two high-gradient 12 GeV cryomodules installed

and delivering high quality beam; third moved to tunnel

• CHL-2 compressors/coolers/skids in place

Third C-100 Cryomodule

transferred to tunnel

Central Helium Liquefier-2

installation

• Superconducting magnets under construction

• All major detector systems under construction

– All 48 Hall D BCAL modules on site (U. Regina)

• Performance Index: schedule 95% ; cost 96%

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Hall C Dipole

Prototype Coil

Hall D Interior

Hall B Pre-Shower

Calorimeter


Physics – Hall D

• The Hall D Solenoid was installed.

• The 48 Hall D Barrel Calorimeter (BCal) segments were

delivered.

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Hall D U. Regina

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FDC

Physics – Hall D (Continued)

DETECTOR

CDC

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FCAL


Physics – Hall C

The Spectrometer support carriage parts are fully contracted and starting

to arrive.

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Physics – Hall B – Drift Chambers

At ISU: Reg.1 #2 almost

completed. They're hiring their

3 rd and 4 th stringers for parallel

stringing of the two chambers.

At ODU: Reg.2 #2 being

shipped at JLab soon, #3

and #4 almost done.

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At JLab: Reg.3 #1 on the spit,

stringing has started.


Physics – Hall B – Silicon Vertex Detector

• Sensors are being manufactured by Hamamatsu.

• Staves are being assembled by Fermilab.

• Several external technical progress reviews have been

held.

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Hall B SC Magnets

Two existing contracts have been terminated due to QA

and schedule

• We have assumed the three machine shop sub-contracts

• Five truck loads of equipment have arrived at JLab

• We are in the process of setting up an in-house conductor

soldiering line

Hall B Torus

• We have an oral agreement with Fermi for cold mass fabrication

• Planning for Cryostat assemble has not started

Hall B Solenoid

• BNL is interested; site visit and engineering discussions in

progress

• We are also starting discussion with three industrial vendors

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Hall C Q2/Q3/Dipole

• After 18-months of set-up,

subcontractor appears

ready to start 3-month

conductor soldering

production run.

• Prototype short Dipole

winding started (one year

late).

• Funding and schedule

issues remain to be settled.

Hall C SC Magnets

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12 GeV Project: CHL-2 Cold Box Delivery (50T)

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Future Projects

• Super Bigbite Spectrometer (SBS)

- Successful review in Oct. 2011

- Updated project management plan submitted Dec. 2011

- Final discussions in progress (reporting, change control, etc.)

• MOLLER (PV e - -e - scattering)

- Submitted to DOE-ONP Sept. 2011

• SoLID (PVDIS + SIDIS)

- Chinese collaboration still developing

- CLEO solenoid under negotiation

- Directors review in Fall 2012?

• HPS (Conditional approval - HEP)

- Parasitic test run in progress

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“White Paper” Outline

Physics Opportunities with the

12 GeV Upgrade at Jefferson Lab

• Overview (3) – Pennington/Ent/BMcK

• Meson Spectroscopy and Structure (5) – Meyer, Dudek

• Nucleon Structure and Spectroscopy (10) – Meziani, Richards

• QCD and Nuclei (5) – Weinstein, Miller

• The Standard Model and Beyond (5) – Kumar, Essig

• Appendix A: Experimental Equipment (10) – Young

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JLab MEIC Design

• The present JLab EIC design focuses on a medium CM energy range up to 65 GeV, however,

retains an upgrade option to reach higher energy and luminosity

• EIC reaches 6x1033 cm-2s-1 luminosity for a full acceptance detector at a 60x5 GeV2 design point,

and double this luminosity for a 2nd large acceptance detector. Proton energies up to 100 GeV are o.k.

(with luminosity scaling with γ).

• The present MEIC design takes a conservative technical approach by limiting several key design

parameters within state-of-the-art. It relies on regular electron cooling to obtain the ion beam

properties.

• CASA has established extensive collaborations with scientists worldwide on MEIC design and R&D.

It also works closely with the physics community.

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4-5m

0 mrad

50 mrad

EM Calorimeter

HTCC

MEIC: Full Acceptance Detector

solenoid

IP

detectors

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ion dipole w/ detectors

electron FFQs

2+3 m 2 m 2 m

Central detector

Solenoid yoke + Muon Detector

RICH or DIRC/LTCC

Tracking

Solenoid yoke + Hadronic Calorimeter

RICH

TOF

2m 3m 2m

7 meters

EM Calorimeter

Hadron Calorimeter

Muon Detector

Detect particles with

angles down to 0.5 o

before ion FFQs.

Need 1-2 Tm dipole.

electrons

Three-stage detection

Detect particles with

angles below 0.5 o

beyond ion FFQs and

in arcs.

Need 4 m machine

element free region

Very-forward detector

Large dipole bend @ 20 meter from IP (to correct

the 50 mr ion horizontal crossing angle) allows for

very-small angle detection (


EIC White Paper Steering Committee

Goal: Community-wide science paper on the US EIC for the next LRP

Overall Editors:

A. Deshpande (Stony Brook), Z-E. Meziani (Temple), J. Qiu (BNL)

Gluon Saturation in e+A:

T. Ullrich (BNL) and Y. Kovchegov (Ohio State)

Nucleon spin structure (inclusive e+N):

E. Sichtermann (LBNL) and W. Vogelsang (Tubingen)

GPD's and exclusive reactions:

M. Diehl (DESY) and F. Sabatie (Saclay)

TMD's and hadronization and SIDIS:

H. Gao (Duke) and F. Yuan (LBNL)

Electroweak physics:

K. Kumar (U Mass) and M. Ramsey-Musolf (Wisconsin)

Accelerator design and challenges:

A. Hutton (JLab) and T. Roser (BNL)

Detector design and challenges:

E. Aschenauer (BNL) and T. Horn (CUA)

Senior Advisors:

A. Mueller (Columbia) and R. Holt (ANL)

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Va. Developments

• Two Va. budget initiatives:

- 0.5M increase in annual funds

- 3.0M FEL equipment upgrade

• JMU Workshop – May 16, 2012

Science Enabled by Photon Sources:

Local Research Interests in Virginia

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Decisions,

planning

LDRD

Jefferson Laboratory Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan

JSA (contractor

assurance, risk

registry, …)

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DOE

SC Annual Lab

Plan


Charge

Jefferson Lab Strategic Plan

The goal is to produce a concise document, perhaps not

more than 20 pages, which would start with a vision

statement and a set of goals for the laboratory as a whole

and would then delve deeper into what we do, developing

visions, goals, and outcomes at multiple levels.

The intent is that we engage our owners, both the science

and operations components of the lab, the laboratory

leadership more broadly, the staff, and the user

community, essentially all of our stakeholders, in the

process.

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Strategic Plan Status

• Held town meetings with Physics, Theory, Accelerator, FEL

divisions

• Also held one for “Technology Development and Technical

Infrastructure” – cryo, accelerator R&D, detector development,

etc.

• Open town meeting with users March 16

Lab leadership retreat in Summer 2012

• A comprehensive plan is the goal: < 1 year

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Budget Situation

• FY 12 Budget

- Ops constrained by FY11 strictures, hard to generate reserve

- run in progress and will complete

- 12 GeV project $50M (Baseline = $66M)

• FY13 President’s Budget

- Ops ~constant

- 12 GeV project $43M

- UIM start $2.5M

• Mar 9 NSAC meeting

- Expected subcommittee to consider priorities under budget

constraints

- No charge…

Concern about status of basic/fundamental

science funding

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Jefferson Lab Open House

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Jefferson Lab

Life is exciting, operations and the 12 GeV

Project and the Science Lab Infrastructure

(TEDF, UIM) Projects provide well rounded

experiences.

The 6 GeV era is coming to a (successful)

end

The 12 GeV era is nigh.

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