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18-19 April 2019
University of Texas at Arlington
US/Central timezone

This workshop is designed to flesh out US group roles in the near detector efforts.  The primary goals of the workshop are for the facilitators to lead a first pass at defining possible US scope within the tasks via answering the following handful of questions which will be useful in moving toward a concrete proposal by the end of the year.

  • How would each entire task, international and US, break into components?  
  • What are realistic candidate US components?  
  • How do they leverage international contributions?  
  • What US groups are interested in contributing?  
  • What are the capabilities of the groups?  
  • What’s missing from the US side?  
  • What work over the summer needs to be done?  

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US/Central
University of Texas at Arlington
CPB303