The beam request application for Schedule 138 (µSR, βNMR/βNQR and PIF&NIF experiments) is now open. The deadline for submissions is February 17th, 2020. Please read the memo below (Schedule 138 µSR, βNMR/βNQR and PIF&NIF experiments) for details before you submit.
The beam request application for Schedule 138 (Subatomic Physics Experiments) is now open. The deadline for submissions is February 17th, 2020. Please read the memo below (Schedule 138 SAP Experiments) for details before you submit.
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After an experiment has been approved by the Experiments Evaluation Committee (EEC), spokespersons will be able to submit a beam request in order to receive beam time on a given Beam Schedule.
The Beam Request Application is usually open in January and July of each year. An email will be sent out from email@example.com to the experimental program listserve when the Beam Request Application is open. If you would like to be on the mailing list you can join the experimental program listserv at http://lists.triumf.ca/mailman/listinfo/experimental-program.
Beam Requests are to be submitted by spokespersons for a given experiment (only spokespersons have access to submit beam requests for the their experiments). Spokespersons will need to login to the Beam Request Application with their TRIUMF login. When a spokesperson logs onto the Beam Request Application they will see a list of the experiments they are the spokesperson for, they should click on "place a new request" beside the experiment number they would like to request beam for and follow the prompts. With this application spokespersons will be able to edit and delete their beam requests. If another spokesperson has already made the request they will be able to view, edit, and delete it, so please communicate with your fellow spokespersons. Multiple requests can be submitted for a single experiment, in order to handle cases where there are varying beam requirements at different times during the schedule.
For further information, assistance or problem reporting, please contact the Science Divisions Admin Assistant via email.
Beam Request Memos
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