ALICE Service Work
In order to ensure the full success of ALICE operation and data taking during LHC Runs 3 and 4, a list of tasks identified as service work is established and maintained, which concerns detector maintenance, operation, calibration, quality control, data processing and outreach, as well as coordination and managerial roles in ALICE.
The allocation key is the number of M&O-A members in a team or cluster. Practically, an M&O-A member is a person signing ALICE publications who is not a doctoral student, e.g. postdocs, scientific staff and highly skilled engineers. Doctoral students have a personal obligation of providing 6 months of service work throughout their thesis. Service work of doctoral students is credited to their team or cluster.
More details can be found at the modus-operandi document.
The glance-based service work system provides access to all service work tasks and their assignment https://alice-glance.cern.ch/service-work/.
Members of the service work board
Raquel Quishpe, Junior Representative
Massimo Masera, Collaboration Board Representative
Adriana Telesca, Resource Coordinator
Taku Gunji, Federico Ronchetti, Run Coordinators
Werner Riegler, Technical Coordinator
Luciano Musa, Barbara Erazmus, Mateusz Ploskon, Spokesperson Office
Silvia Masciocchi, Marielle Chartier, Ken Oyama, Collaboration Board Office
Kai Schweda, Service Work Coordinator
Please send us your comments/criticism/feedback to ALICE-Service-Work-Board@cern.ch
Project leaders and coordinators
The list of project leaders and coordinators can be found here.
In addition, the coordinators of the following activities are:
- Analysis Coordination: Jan Fiete Grosse-Oetringhaus
- Data Preparation Group: Chiara Zampolli and Francesco Prino