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JENSA update, July 2020

JENSA was operated successfully during the SECAR commissioning run last week. Operations are still limited due to the COVID-19 situation, but a few key local personnel are allowed on-site to operate and maintain JENSA.

JENSA update, June 2020

The National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory is moving through the initial stages of reopening after the COVID-19 shutdown. As part of this action, the JENSA system will be started up again. However, outside users from the collaboration are not yet allowed to access the laboratory. In the interim, preparatory work on the hydrogen operations upgrade is […]

JENSA COVID-19 update

Due to the concerns regarding COVID-19 and to abide the State of Michigan’s shelter-in-place order, the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory has temporarily ceased operations and has been placed into a safe standby mode. The JENSA system is currently powered off and is also in a safe standby. Access to the laboratory is restricted to only […]

Scheduling of E18039

Konrad’s (a,p) proposal has been scheduled for November 7-19. Planning and preparation is underway. Please contact Kelly or Konrad if you would like to participate. For internal users, the elog is here.

NSCL PAC42 call

The NSCL PAC42 call for proposals is out, and can be found here. Please contact me if you are interested in submitting a proposal with JENSA. Keep in mind that the installation of SECAR is underway, so options for zero-degree detectors (such as ionization chambers or faraday cups) is space limited.