Jan 14-16 2003, LBNL
The purpose of the meeting is to review the status and plans of the U.S. ATLAS Software and Computing Project.
This review follows a US ATLAS Physics and Computing Advisory Panel review in November.
Tuesday Jan 14 - Grids and Common Projects8:30-9:00 Committee Executive session, discussion of charge 9:00-9:10 Welcome 9:10-9:30 LHC Status and Schedule - Roger Cashmore here 9:30-10:15 LCG Project Overview and Facilities - Les Robertson here 10:15-10:45 LCG Project - Grid Deployment - Ian Bird here (up to here talks are by phone/video link; from here on speakers are present) 10:45-11:00 Break 11:00-11:45 LCG Project: Applications - Torre Wenaus 11:45-12:15 US perspective on Grid Deployment Board - Vicky White here 12:15-1:15 Lunch 1:15-1:45 GriPhyN and iVDGL - Paul Avery here 1:45-2:15 PPDG, Trillium and HICB - Ruth Pordes here 2:15-2:45 EDG and EGEE - Fabrizio Gagliardi here 2:45-3:00 Break 3:00-5:00 ATLAS and CMS presentations on managing resources and deliverables of common and external projects - John Huth here - Rob Gardner here CMS Talks: L. Bauerdick Bauerdick-Grids-v2.ppt R. Cavanaugh Cavanaugh-v3.ppt5:00-6:00 Discussion of coordination issues
Wednesday Jan 15 - ATLAS0830 Committee Executive Session 0900 J. Huth Project Overview 0930 J. Shank Budgets profiles 1000 D. Barberis International ATLAS status and plans 1030 Coffee 1045 T. Wenaus Software project status 1115 I. Hinchliffe Physics 1125 D. Quarrie ATLAS core software status and plans Powerpoint, PDF 1145 D. Malon Data management 1200 B. Gibbard Facilities Powerpoint, pdf. 12:10-12:45: Discussion, questions posed to ATLAS 12:45-1:30 Lunch 1330 Summary of Quarrie, Malon, Hinchliffe talks 1400 Breakout sessions 1) Facilities + Grids 2) Software Subdetector software Srini Rajagopalan 3) Project management BNL software program status 1600 Discussion, committee executive session
Thursday morning Jan 16 - ATLAS0830 ATLAS answers to questions 0900 Committee executive session (writing) 1030 ATLAS closeout Afternoon: CMS ReviewGuidance:
The talks should focus on the details of the software and computing projects, how the projects are connected and coordinated with international efforts, how the scope has been modified in the last year, and how resources (funding and manpower) are being allocated. Breakout sessions should provide detailed task and resource breakdowns.
|Dominique Boutigny||LAPP||BaBar s/w; grids|
|Joel Butler||FNAL||BteV spokesman|
|Richard Dubois||SLAC||GLAST s/w coord|
|Tobias Haas||DESY||ZEUS computing|
|Nick Hadley||U Maryland||D0 sr physicist|
|Barbara Jacak||SUNY||PHENIX physicist|
|Albert Lazzarini||Caltech||LIGO s/w coord|
|Cathy Newman-Holmes||FNAL||CDF sr physicist|
|Jim Smith||U Colo||ex-BaBar s/w coord|
|Chip Watson||TJNAF||Comp Div. Dir.|
|Jon Urheim||U Minn||MiNOS s/w coord|
Shattuck 1-510-845-7300 Single $65 Double $75 Durant 1-800-238-7268 Rate $118 Berkeley Marina Radisson 1-510-548-7920 Rate $118All are under the pasword "LHC".