GD/I WG: integrated Tracker-TOF detector core


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    • 9:00 AM 9:20 AM
      Tracking update: Tracking WG 20m
      Speakers: Francesco Bossu (CEA-Saclay), Kondo Gnanvo (Jefferson Lab), Laura Gonella (University of Birmingham), Dr Xuan Li (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Xuan Li (Los Alamos National Lab)
    • 9:20 AM 9:40 AM
      Discussion 20m
    • 9:40 AM 10:00 AM
      Quantifying physics case of TOF: SIDIS and HF/Jet WGs, in consultation with ToF WG 20m
      Speakers: Anselm Vossen (Duke University), Brian Page (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Charlotte Van Hulse, Cheuk-Ping Wong (LANL), Marco Radici (INFN - Sezione di Pavia), Miguel Arratia (University of California, Riverside), Ralf Seidl (RIKEN), Prof. wangmei zha (USTC)

      Charge: discuss the following points on the use of the ToF detector in physics studies: 

      • The SIDIS/HF kinematics coverage for the TOFs' momentum region, as quantified by ECCE proposal Fig 2.16. For example, K/pi at 0.2<p<1 GeV in barrel, p<2 GeV in forward, which is also complemented by the RICH detector's threshold detection capability as in Table 2.4.
      • Studies to quantify the impact of the ToF PID coverages (backward, central, and forward, separately), such as improving signal/background, acceptance/efficiency, kinematics coverage, and physics reach. 

      The following physics driven PID capabilities have been discussed during the meeting: 

      We note that RICH in the threshold mode can compliment the ToF's phase space coverage. To be discussed in future meetings on detectors. 

    • 10:00 AM 10:20 AM
      Discussion 20m