Gamma Ray Tracking Array School
Gamma-Ray Tracking School
October 1-5, 2018
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The purpose of the planned School is to engage senior undergraduates, graduate students, and early-career postdocs in projects aimed at the continued development of pulse shape analysis (or signal decomposition), tracking and related topics for gamma-ray tracking arrays such as GRETINA/GRETA and AGATA. This school will serve as a kick-off to introduce the theory and techniques currently used and outline possible areas for development, with the anticipated outcome of continued interaction between students and subject experts working on ongoing projects.
The first school had a total of 22 participants, and 12 lecturers/hands-on activity leaders.