|RC phone: 757-876-1787
|Security Guards: 757-269-5822
|Subsystem Expert Contact Info
|SBS Contact Information
|Hall A Phone Book
|SBS Shifters Wiki Info
|HOW TOs for shift crew
|Daily RC Meetings/Run Plan
Welcome to the SBS Shifters Wiki!
The purpose of this Wiki is to organize information relevant to the running experiment and is intended to be the "one stop shop" for all things shift-related. This includes things like run plans, shift sign up, safety, How Tos, important links, concise documentation of equipment (single page of key information for a subsystem encouraged) as well as trouble-shooting and data quality information. Information not directly relevant to shifters should be stored elsewhere such as the SuperBigBite Wiki. For more information, see the GEn webpage or the SBS website.
SBS Shift Information
If you are on shift and the DAQ is not working, go to Fixing the SBS DAQ
- GEn Safety documents (ERG, ESAD, COO, SAF110)
- GEn RSAD
- Shift Takers
- Shift How-to
- Run Coordinators
- [Runlist (restricted)]
- GEn runs spreadsheet
- All Halls Status and Phone numbers
- GMn runs spreadsheet (old)
- Sub-system Experts (On Call)
The GEn experiment is determining the electric form factor of the neutron to high Q2 by measuring the ratio of the electric form factor of the neutron to proton via recoil polarimetry. The planned kinematic points have changed slightly from the original proposal; however, the impact of these measurements remains intact. The new kinematics are shown Figure 1 along with the expected uncertainty compared to the originally proposed kinematics. These error bars include current estimate of target and datector performance.
Large Scope Run Plans
The proposed kinematic points for GEn are given here in Figures 2-4.
GMn Run Plans(old)
Daily Run Plans
Daily run plans are linked to the calendar for the Daily RC Meetings Page
Time: Daily at 3:30pm Location: Counting house conference room Zoom information to join remotely
SBS Software/Analysis information
If you need it, here is a link to the old wiki
Here is the SBS DAQ Meeting page in the old wiki.
GeN safety documentation: 
If a student would like to give a talk at a conference, email the relevant spokespeople before submitting an abstract.