New SPIRES Scientific Database Manager|
It is my pleasure to announce that Travis Brooks (that's me!) is now
officially the SPIRES Scientific Database Manager at SLAC. I will be
taking over many of the tasks performed by Heath O'Connell before his
departure for Fermilab. I have been involved with HEP for several years
as a graduate student in the theory group here at SLAC, and I am now
looking forward to serving the community by making sure that the SPIRES-HEP
databases continue to be the incredibly useful tool that they have been
for so long. I eagerly anticipate hearing from our users, as feedback
from the community is part of what makes this tool so great. Feel free
to contact me with questions or comments at
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