28 April 2003 -- Seminar on Web Engineering & the BaBar Web:
On Wednesday, 30 April, Yogesh Deshpande will present a four-hour
seminar on web engineering
applications to the BaBar web.
A summary of the results from the recent Babar web survey will be included
(if you haven't yet participated, you can do so here).
All interested parties are invited to attend.
26 February 2003 -- Babar February 2003 Collaboration (form obsolete).
Meeting Agenda [pdf][ps][html] Monday - Tuesday, Large Version [pdf] Wednesday - Friday, Large Version [pdf]
25 Mar 2002 - The Flavor Physics & CP Violation (FPCP) conference will be held
May 16–18, 2002, at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
The PubBoard lists
key dates for preliminary result approvals.
17 December 2001 - There is a
Dalitz Analyses Workshop in Bari, January 26-28, 2001. More
information is available from the organizers (U. Egede, B. Meadows, A. Palano, K. Peters, A. Pompili, D. Williams).
12 September 2001 - Report from the Executive Board concerning the Paris Collaboration Meeting (html).
13 September - The Paris Collaboration Meeting has been cancelled.
(Update from Stew Smith.) (html) Watch this page for further updates.
Information concerning hotel reservation cancellations from Jacques Chauveau.(html)
This is an exciting time in
heavy flavor physics and the program is shaping up to be of real interest;
there will be a wealth of new experimental and theoretical results
presented...the Symposium provides
an opportunity to delve into both the
theoretical and experimental aspects of heavy flavor physics in some
detail...the Symposium will be held on the Caltech campus, with one day at the
Huntington Gardens and Library,
a most interesting botanical garden, rare
manuscript library and museum.
31 July 2001 - There will be a
lengthy shutdown (about 33 hours)
of SLAC Central Computing services on 3–4 August for installation of
new power supplies. The outage starts at 3 PM, 3 August. All
systems are supposed to be back by midnight, 4 August. SCS says:
The core network and SLAC's connection to the internet should
stay up throughout the outage. Minimal name service (DNS)
will be available. We can't make any guarantees that this
is enough service to actually be useful; you should not count
on being able to use computing systems during this time.
Batch systems must be drained before machines are turned off, so
that work can complete. Each queue will stop scheduling work
at a time that will allow the longest jobs in that queue to
finish before 3pm August 3.
22 May 2001 - Meeting at SLAC of the
Bagger/Barish joint DoE/NSF panel
on long range planning for HEP, 23–24 May, in the auditorium.
The last segment of this meeting on Wednesday (starting 4:30) will
be a series of short talks by SLAC users, organized by SLUO.
12 February 1999 - The BaBar UK homepage has now moved to
due to a filename conflict with this new homepage.
10 February 1999 - The new BaBar web (as you can see) is now
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