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12-15 September 2017
CEBAF Center
US/Eastern timezone
This 4 day workshop plans to explore the scientific basis for polarized and unpolarized positron beams at JLab in the context of 12 GeV CEBAF, the proposed Jefferson Lab Electron Ion Collider (JLEIC), and also for low energy applications. An accelerator session dedicated to positron production and beam formation for each scenario completes the scientific program. Collecting the motivation and requirements for a positron physics experimental program within the workshop proceedings as a basis for a Jefferson Lab Positron Physics white paper is a key goal of the meeting.
Starts
Ends
US/Eastern
CEBAF Center
Room F113
Jefferson Lab 12000 Jefferson Avenue Newport News, VA 23606

Proceedings of the International Workshop on Physics with Positrons at Jefferson
Lab (JPos17) will be published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP), and will
be available in perpetuity for free. Workshop proceedings will be accepted for both
the ORAL and POSTER presentations. Authors must submit TWO DOCUMENT: 1) a high quality PDF version of their proceedings and a 2) copyright license agreement form.


Instructions and templates in both Word and Latex formats are available from the
AIP Scitation website:  http://aip.scitation.org/apc/authors/download

A page length of 5 PAGES is recommended, but we ask all authors not to exceed 8
pages. Both documents (Final PDF and Copyright) should be uploaded no later than
*** Friday, November 17, 2017 *** to the Indico workshop site:

1. Go to the Jpos 17 Indico site => https://www.jlab.org/indico/event/206/overview
2. Click on Contributions List  (You must be logged in to Indico)
3. Find and Click the title of your presentation
4. Click the pencil icon to add files
5. Click add material
6. Select your material and follow prompts to upload proceedings

We encourage authors to consider the following factors:

• Motivate the impact of polarized or unpolarized positrons for the physics case being considered,
• Propose experimental measurements that include projected kinematics, achievable statistical precision or figure of merit,
• Define the positron and/or electron beam parameters (e.g. beam size, energy spread) required for your experiment to be successful,
• Identify experimental technical challenges (e.g. hardware, software), and
• Do not refrain from addressing manpower, support, or funding as is relevant for making the case.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions.