Location: 1200 Molecular Plant Science Building, Michigan State University
Date: 20 May 13:30 - 2:45 PM
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ADnED is an areaDetector driver that can monitor neutron event data in an Epics V4 structure that was defined for use at the SNS. An overview of ADnED is presented. It is used for experimental data acquisition and provides real time views of accumulated neutron events and neutron time-of-flight data.
Presented by Dr. Matthew PEARSON on 20/5/2015 at 17:45
Timestamp tagging to data and aligning data to individual beam pulse are important part of data acquisition system for pulse machine. We have utilized Beam Synchronous Acquisition (BSA) for LCLS, FACET and other accelerator facilities in SLAC. BSA provides a common interface for the timestamp tagging and aligning data to beam pulse. Unfortunately, we could not get benefit from the BSA for camera i ... More
Presented by Kukhee KIM on 20/5/2015 at 18:30
A plugin and a driver for areaDetector were developed to allow data to be transported between areaDetector instances using EPICSv4's pvAccess protocol. This presentation discusses implementation details and test results for them, demonstrating the feasibility of real time data processing at rates above 10Gbps with very few frame losses.
Presented by Mr. Michael DAVIDSAVER on 20/5/2015 at 17:30
areaDetector: What’s New? M. L. Rivers, Center for Advanced Radiation Sources (CARS), The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 60637 This talk will focus on enhancements to the areaDetector package since it was last presented at the 2014 collaboration meeting at Saclay. These include: - New driver for cameras from QImaging. - New driver for Dexela flat-panel CMOS detectors from Perkin El ... More
Presented by Mark RIVERS on 20/5/2015 at 18:00
This talk will present an overview of nED software, with a focus on the software architecture and design.
Presented by Mr. Gregory GUYOTTE on 20/5/2015 at 18:15