- 1 Welcome to the DUNE Wiki!
- 2 Detectors, Physics, planning, general interest
- 3 ProtoDUNE Cold Electronics Testing
Welcome to the DUNE Wiki!
Questions or comments about this Wiki? Please write to Maxim and Brett (potekhin AT bnl.gov, bv AT bnl.gov). See the Help entry of the navigation bar on the left for more guidance about this wiki.
If you just joined DUNE, welcome aboard! Information for new members.
DUNE Institutions and people
- Main DUNE page
- Speakers' Committee
- Institution category (add your institution here)
- Collaboration Database
Select publications by and about DUNE are collected in the Publications topic.
Useful CERN Links:
- CERN Neutrino Platform
- CENF (CERN Neutrino Platform Work Pages)
- CERN Registration Procedure for new CENF members, which include CERN users (on site) and those who plan to access CERN computing facilities remotely
CERN Account Management
Once a membership is established, the account may be configured (e.g. one can create secondary and/or service accounts and apply for group membership at the CERN Account Management Page.
Detectors, Physics, planning, general interest
DUNE Far Detectors
Current and future prototypes
- 35t Liquid Argon Prototype (completed operations in 2016)
- CERN Prototypes (Single and Dual-Phase) (commissioning in 2017, data taking in 2018)
DUNE and its predecessor LBNE
- DUNE (formerly LBNE) in the news
- The Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiment: Exploring Fundamental Symmetries of the Universe
- P5 report
- Document Database at FNAL (a.k.a. DocDB). Password is required.
- http://lbne2-docdb.fnal.gov:8080/cgi-bin/DocumentDatabase LBNE (archive DB)
- http://docs.dunescience.org:8080/cgi-bin/DocumentDatabase DUNE (current DB)
- "Redmine". An integrated project and content management system used at FNAL (LBNE pages).
- DocDB 7463: ICARUS-LBNE Meetings and Documents.
- Data Volume and Rates (under construction)
- INT Workshops (2010)
- Intensity Frontier Experiments (Collection of IF Links)
- SHIP (proposed beam dump experiment at CERN SPS)
- FIFE - Fabric for Frontier Experiments. A project at FNAL aiming to implement collaborative and shared solutions, mainly for the Intensity Frontier Experiments.
- A Short-Baseline Experiment Proposal
Please visit the DUNE Computing topic. Some direct links:
ProtoDUNE Cold Electronics Testing
Shift leader: Jyoti Joshi (firstname.lastname@example.org x8231)
QC: Mary Bishai (email@example.com x4877)
- FE ASIC warm testing should continue with the A series ASICs on hothdaq2
- ADC cold single socket testing should continue with the D series ASICs on hothdaqs 4 (vertical) & 5 (horizontal)
- Brian/Justin will be working on quad socket ADC development on hothdaq3
- Brian will be testing CE boxes on hothdaq1
- Oscillator and flash testing complete for now (big thank you to Jim for flash testing the past two days and to Arbin/Brian for getting the flash setup operational so quickly)
If we run out of labeled A or D series ASICs, there are pens in the cabinet. Please self-certify as having good handwriting if you are going to label chips. I suggest doing no more than 50-100 at a time as handwriting deteriorates with fatigue.
Shift Sign-Up Calendar
Please sign up for shifts in the above Google calendar and notify Quality Control co-ordinators and Shift Leaders by sending them email. New shifters need to take all the required training, read and sign the ESR (Experiment Safety Review) before shift.
Below are the training courses required to work on Cold Electronics Testing
- Cybersecurity (GE-CYBERSEC)
- Physics department ALARA (PO-RADALARA-W)
- Cryogen Safety (HP-OSH-025)
In addition to completing the above training courses, the shifter needs to get a BNL Domain Account (Windows) and review and sign the lab's Experimental Safety Review (ESR) PO-067-2016. When signing the ESR remember to only select the required training courses indicated above.
Every shifter is required to fill the above Google sheet for every test attempted during shift. Select the appropriate shift sheet as per your shift station (hothdaq1, hothdaq2, hothdaq3 ...etc) and fill all the fields as listed in the sheet. Write proper and detailed description of the Run in the "Notes" column, for example, if a run fails, give a concise description of the error that occurred and at what testing stage.
The shift leader is required to add a daily shift summary at end of the shift in the above link as well as any issues needing expert attention. Along-with the shift summary, system experts should also record any changes occurring in testing code, releases, bug fixes, expert instructions, hardware status... etc.
Front-END ASIC Testing
Shifter instructions on the FE ASIC test procedure.
ADC ASIC Testing
Shifter instructions on the ADC ASIC cold test procedure:
Expert instructions on ADC ASIC test procedures:
ADC ASIC Summary Plots (Accessible only within BNL):
Shifter instructions on Oscillator cold test procedures:
Flash Memory Tester
Shifter instructions on Flash memory cold test procedures.
We have a shift leaders meeting on every Monday at 9:00 am (EDT) and Wednesday at 8:30 am (EDT). This meeting is reserved for making daily run plans and expert discussions.
We have weekly meeting on CE Testing Status on Friday at 2:30 pm (EDT). The link to the indico page for these meetings is listed below Cold Electronics Weekly Shift Mtg
Sign-up for firstname.lastname@example.org email list to get meeting notifications.