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2012 LIGO Operations Proposal and Annual Review
4-6 December 2012, Caltech


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I. Agenda, Charge to the Panel, Review Panel Roster

II. Presentations

III. Attendees

NSF

Tom Carruthers
Scott Horner
Bradley Keister
Pedro Marronetti


LIGO Lab

Rana Adhikari, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Stuart Anderson, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Lisa Barsotti, LIGO Lab/MIT
Rolf Bork, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Dennis Coyne, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Peter Fritschel, LIGO Lab/MIT
Valery Frolov, LIGO Lab/LLO
Joseph A Giaime, LIGO Lab/LLO
Eric Gustafson, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Erik Katsavounidis, LIGO Lab/MIT
William Katzman, LIGO Lab/LLO
Michael Landry, LIGO Lab/LHO
Albert Lazzarini, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Fabrice Matichard, LIGO Lab/MIT
Nergis Mavalvala, LIGO Lab/MIT
Claude Joseph-Phillip Poux, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Fred Raab, LIGO Lab/LHO
David Reitze, LIGO Lab/Caltech
David Shoemaker, LIGO Lab/MIT
Calum Torrie, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Alan Weinstein, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Rai Weiss, LIGO Lab/MIT
Stan Whitcomb, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Carol Wilkinson, LIGO Lab/LHO
John Worden, LIGO Lab/LHO
Michael Zucker, LIGO Lab/MIT
LSC

Duncan Brown, Syracuse University
Laura Cadonati, UMass Amherst
Gabriela Gonzalez, LSU
Gregg Harry, American University
David McClelland, ACIGA/ANU
Maria Alessandra Papa, AEI/UWM


LIGO-India

Tarun Souradeep, IUCAA
Ajai Kumar, IPR


MIT Administration

Ed Bertschinger, MIT
Jackie Hewitt, MIT


IV. Supporting Documents

LIGO Operations




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