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2007 LIGO Operations Proposal and Annual Review
Advanced LIGO Final Readiness Review
6-8 November 2007, Caltech

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Plenary Talks for LIGO Operations Proposal and Annual Review

LIGO Laboratory Overview and Status Albert Lazzarini
Overview of Operations Proposal Jay Marx
Instrument Science Past Accomplishments Eric Gustafson
Future R&D Rana Adhikari
Astrophysics and Data Analysis Science in LIGO Lab Alan Weinstein
LIGO's Role in the Global Scene Stan Whitcomb
Observatory Operations Joseph Giaime
LIGO Data and Computing Stuart Anderson
LIGO Engineering Dennis Coyne
Education and Outreach Fred Raab
LIGO Lab Management and Organization Jay Marx
Proposed Funding and Budget Issues Jay Marx
Advanced LIGO and LIGO Laboratory Operations: Interactions and Separations David Shoemaker
Status of the LSC David Reitze

Plenary Talks for Advanced LIGO Baseline Readiness Review

Advanced LIGO Project Scope, Management, Technology David Shoemaker
Advanced LIGO Baseline Cost and Schedule Status Carol Wilkinson
Readiness of the Advanced LIGO Project Dennis Coyne
Attendees

LIGO
Rana Adhikari
Stuart Anderson
Dennis Coyne
Peter Fritschel
Joe Giaime
Eric Gustafson
Albert Lazzarini
Jay Marx
Fred Raab
David Shoemaker
Alan Weinstein
Stan Whitcomb
Carol Wilkinson
LSC
David Reitze



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