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  • SLAC Project Website Server
    experiments committees and programs that cross group division and or laboratory boundaries More research information and programs are available thorough our Research Resources page Collaborations E158 Measuring the Electron s WEAK Charge E163 Laser Acceleration at the NLCTA EXO Enriched Xenon Observatory for double beta decay GLAST Quality Assurance ILC SLAC Committees Communication Committee Task Force SLAC Programs and Resources Building Manager Program Family Day Garden Club Holiday Party Lambda

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  • GLAST Quality Assurance, Performance & Safety Assurance
    LAT activities through the development implementation and oversight of Project wide quality assurance reliability and safety policies and procedures Included in Performance and Safety Assurance activities are Establishing and assuring compliance with NASA mission assurance and safety strategies policies and standards Fostering early integration and life cycle implementation of reliability safety and quality assurance into Project activities Monitoring of Project Team Institution and supplier product assurance efforts Evaluate plans and

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  • Home : Radiate Joy - Celebrate the Season
    Topper Live Entertainment and DJ Continuous Raffle Drawings and Free Gifts Festive Buffet Luncheon Entree Oven Roasted Turkey served with Cranberry Sauce Sliced Honey Baked Ham Vegetarian Entrée Sides Traditional vegetarian Stuffing with Celery Onions Cranberries and Herbs Creamy Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Sweet Potatoes Fresh Seasonal Vegetables Green Salad with Candied Walnuts and Dried Cranberries Warm rolls whole wheat or white Desserts Pumpkin Pie and Whipped Cream Chocolate Mini

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  • E158
    Liquid Hydrogen Target The experiment measures the parity violating asymmetry in scattering rate of left versus right polarized beam electrons from the unpolarized atomic electrons in the Liquid Hydrogen Target At high energy the electron s weak charge closely related to the weak mixing angle has been accurately measured by SLAC s SLD experiment and the LEP experiments at CERN Lowering the energy scale is equivalent to increasing the length scale at which the weak charge is measured At longer length scales a cloud of particle antiparticle pairs forms a screen that effectively reduces the charge of each interacting particle The Standard Model makes precise predictions for this evolution with change of energy equivalently length scale While this prediction has previously been verified for the electric charge of the electron E 158 has verified for the first time the equivalent prediction for evolution running of the electron s weak charge The E158 Parity Violation measurement determines the weak mixing angle parameter sin 2 q W eff at low momentum transfer Q The result is shown here together with results from other experiments and a theoretical prediction black curve from Czarnecki and Marciano The gray region about the black theory curve represents the theoretical uncertainty in the running evolution of the weak mixing angle from the Z 0 mass energy scale of the SLD and LEP experiments to low energy E158 measures the weak mixing angle parameter to be 4 greater than the result at high energy obtained from SLD and LEP demonstrating the running of the weak mixing angle with a significance of 6 2 standard deviations The electron s weak charge is approximately g iven by Q W e 1 4sin 2 q W eff E158 finds Q W e 0 041 0 006 approximately ½ the value expected

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  • E163index.htm
    Documents NLCTA E log new E163 E log E163 Proposal Documentation Materials presented at the EPAC Meeting September 24 25 2001 E163 Proposal Original Text pdf 1 1 MB E163 Presentation Slides pdf 1 6 MB Materials presented to the Director March 11 2002 E163 Construction Requirements pdf 300 kB E163 End to End Simulation pdf 1 1 MB E163 Briefing Slides pdf 1 1 MB Materials presented at the

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  • EXO: Enriched Xenon Observatory - Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay
    EXO The Enriched Xenon Observatory is an experiment in particle physics aiming to detect neutrino less double beta decay using large amounts of xenon isotopically enriched in the isotope 136 A 200 kg detector using liquid Xe is currently being installed at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant WIPP near Carlsbad New Mexico Many research and development efforts are underway for a ton scale experiment with the goal of probing new

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  • ISO 9000 Points of Contact
    gov 301 286 9575 Risk Management TBD GLAST LAT Project Office SLAC Responsibility Name E Mail Phone Performance Safety Assurance Manager Darren Marsh Marsh SLAC Stanford Edu 650 926 4577 Systems Safety Engineer Frank O Neill fgo SLAC Stanford Edu 650 926 5300 Parts Engineer TBD Materials Engineer TBD Stanford University HEPL Responsibility Name E Mail Phone TBD Goddard Space Flight Center GSFC Responsibility Name E Mail Phone ACD Subsystem

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  • ISO 9000 Training and Awareness
    demands that we understand and then meet the needs and expectations of our customers Scope of the GLAST LAT Quality Management System The scope of the Quality Management System includes all process for procurement design development and onsite production of flight hardware flight software and associated ground support equipment interfacing with flight hardware and software for which the Project has responsibility Learn about ISO Guide to ISO Resources ISO Tools

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