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The E910 Experiment at the AGS was officially approved in March, 1995 and
started taking data on March 15, 1996. The goal of the experiment is to study
strange particle and resonance production in nearly exclusive proton-nucleus
collisions and in full-energy heavy-ion
collisions. This data is expected to
improve our understanding of the
observed enhancement of strange
particle production in heavy-ion
collisions and to elucidate the role played
by resonances in the dynamics of relativistic nuclear collisions. The experiment
is running in the A1 (MPS) beam line using the EOS (E895) TPC in conjunction
with down-stream tracking and time-of-flight particle identification detectors.

   
For more information
about E910        see below
or contact          Brian Cole
cole@nevis.columbia.edu
   
Spokesman: He is also known as Dr. April.

Collaboration: A list of institutes and collaborators (e-mail address included).

Physics: Proposal, letter of intent, and publications.

Experiment: Detector subsystems, data acquisition, and data analysis

Run Schedule: Start-up schdedule, shift schedule, run status and diary, etc.

Data Analysis: < restric area > Offline data analysis in detail: algorithm, scheme, pass0, pass1 etc

Documents: How to handle detectors and run programs.

Web Sites: A list of links to important and related web sites.

E910 Photo Album: The culprits caught in the act!

E910 Listserver Archives: Collaboration Musings

E910 Private Parts: < restric area > You never know



E910 News Phone List Heavy Ion Group

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