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2011 NSF Review of LIGO
16-18 November 2011, LIGO Hanford Observatory [LHO]


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I. Agenda, Charge, Panel Roster available upon request

II. Presentations

III. Attendees
A list of attending reviewers and NSF staff available upon request.
LIGO Lab
Rana Adhikari, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Dennis Coyne, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Peter Fritschel, LIGO Lab/MIT
Joe Giaime, LIGO Lab/LLO
Eric Gustafson, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Keita Kawabe, LIGO Lab/LHO
Michael Landry, LIGO Lab/LHO
Albert Lazzarini, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Marty Levine, LIGO Lab/LHO
David Nolting, LIGO Lab/LLO
Brian O'Reilly, LIGO Lab/LLO
Claude Poux, LIGO Lab/Caltech
David Reitze, LIGO Lab/Caltech
David Shoemaker, LIGO Lab/MIT
Daniel Sigg, LIGO Lab/LHO
Abe Singer, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Alan Weinstein, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Rai Weiss, LIGO Lab/MIT
Stan Whitcomb, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Carol Wilkinson, LIGO Lab/LHO
Roy Williams, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Mike Zucker, LIGO Lab/MIT
LSC
Gabriela Gonzalez, LSU


Visitors
Masatake Ohashi, University of Tokyo
Shinji Miyoki, University of Tokyo



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