Welcome to the ReA Solenoidal Spectrometer Projects meeting, to be held in the Physics Division at Argonne National Laboratory, March 24th, 2017. The development of a solenoidal spectrometer for use with reaccelerated beams at NSCL and eventually FRIB has been discussed for several years. It is now timely to consider the development and implementation of such a device. The goal is to bring together people with common interests and expertise to cement the physics case for such a device and to define the timeline and scope. It is intended that the outcome of these discussions will form the basis of a white paper to present to the community at the 2017 Low Energy Community Meeting. The meeting will generate discussion on:
- ReA and the ReA upgrade
- Solenoidal spectrometers
- Active targets
- Detectors and auxiliary equipment
- Physics program
- Timeline, scope, costs
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Location and Venue
The meeting will be held at Argonne National Laboratory, which is located about 25 miles southwest of downtown Chicago, and readily accessible from O'Hare International Airport or Midway Airport. For further details about the venue, please see the ACCOMMODATION page.