Established in 2012, the GRETINA-GRETA Users Group is an open organization of scientists interested in using GRETINA (and in the future, GRETA) for scientific research. More information on the Users group, the Users Executive Committee and how to join are found here.
GRETA Working Groups
Established in August, 2017 the GRETA working groups were formed to provide community input to the GRETA project in the early (design) phase, and to be a resource providing feedback on technical aspects of the project as needed. Five working groups cover the range of topics relevant for GRETA, with working group conveners as listed.
You can register for any of the working groups here.
Electronics - Chris Campbell (LBNL) & Mike Carpenter (ANL)
Algorithms (Decomposition and Tracking) - Torben Lauritsen (ANL) & David Radford (ORNL)
Analysis and Simulations - Peter Bender (UMass Lowell) & Lew Riley (Ursinus College)
Auxiliary Detectors - Walter Reviol (ANL) & Ching-Yen Wu (LLNL)
Large Facility Interfaces - Mitch Allmond (ORNL) & Hiro Iwasaki (MSU)
GRETA and GRETINA Lead Institution
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Paul Fallon - GRETA Project Director
Augusto Macchiavelli - GRETINA Technical Lead