​​​Supernova Hack Days III, August 5-7, 2017:  Joint with DAQ sim​

Info from second Hack Days, January 2017

Info from first Hack Days, July 2016​​

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Information for participants

Travel:  info for first time visitors to FNAL  


​Sign up (send email to schol@phy.duke.edu or ines.gil@ciemat.es) with your name, institution, position, and level of familiarity with coding and LArSoft​July 1
​One-pager of task proposal due: this should be a well-defined task that can be accomplished in 2-3 days.  It can be part of an ongoing project, or a starter task for a future project.​July 15
​Proposal coordination/discussionJuly 26 SNB/LE meeting
​​Complete tutorials (new members)​Aug 1
​Travel dayAug 4​
​Hack Days​Aug 5-7
​​Travel day​Aug 7

How to get a Fermilab account​ if you don't have one: your FNAL contact is Tom Junk (use the FNAL directory to get needed info). 

​Getting Started Tutorials

Slack site for code help and communication​  (email schol@phy.duke.edu​ for an invitation to get access)

​Indico page​

​Possible tasks:  

(Some of these are already underway)​​.  Participants should feel free to suggest and refine tasks, and to coordinate with others.​

  • Implement and test time distribution in generators
  • Energy resolution studies
  • ​Develop gamma tagging algoritms, brems vs deexcitations
  • Implement angular distribution
  • Implement NC, nuebar cross sections in generator
  • Use realistic photon sim info to improve resolution, define photon efficiency requirements
  • Create smearing file for Snowglobes based on new sims
  • Background simulation improvement, cosmogenics vs radiologicals​
Participants and tasks

​Kate Scholberg​Duke​Flux database, studies with new smearing
​Erin Conley​DukeBrems vs deexcitations​
​Steven Gardiner​UC Davis​MARLEY time gen, reco incorporation
​Jason Stock​SDSMT​Ar42 sim
Gleb SinevDukePD electronics sim
​​Jost Migenda​Sheffield(​SASI)
​Lucas MendesCampinas(Photon sim)
​Karl Warburton​Iowa State​Marley for trigger studies, DAQsim link
​Vitor Prestes Luzio

SNoWGLoBES​: to get started with SNoWGLoBES, download and follow the instructions in the manual.​