Extruded scintillator counters for Mu2e cosmic ray veto

A group of folks in Lab 5 are working on extruded scintillator counters for the Mu2e cosmic-ray veto. Currently the length of the counters is 6.1 meters long. There are 25 crates to hold these counters.

Anna Pla-Dalmau leads the group. Wanda Newby and Tim Griffin are part the team working in the light-yield QC station. Tammy Hawke and Jim Humbert are the morning team conducting the fiber test in each strip. Jean Wilson and Jim Schellpfeffer make up the afternoon team who perform the fiber test in each strip. Sabina Aponte and Brian Leung are part of the back-up team for the fiber test and the QC station. Ryan Warren and Jerry Zimmerman are the extrusion operators.

(1/6) Back row, from left: Tim Griffin, Jim Humbert, Jerry Zimmerman, Ryan Warren, Jim Schellpeffer. Front row, from left: Tamara Hawke, Sabina Aponte, Wanda Newby. Photo: Leticia Shaddix, people

(1/6) Back row, from left: Tim Griffin, Jim Humbert, Jerry Zimmerman, Ryan Warren, Jim Schellpeffer. Front row, from left: Tamara Hawke, Sabina Aponte, Wanda Newby. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(2/6) From left: Tim Griffin, Brian Leung, Tamara, Anna Pla-Dalmau, Jim Schellpfeffer, Ryan Warren. Photo: Leticia Shaddix, people

(2/6) From left: Tim Griffin, Brian Leung, Tamara, Anna Pla-Dalmau, Jim Schellpfeffer, Ryan Warren. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(3/6) Anna Pla-Dalmau leads the group working on extruded scintillator counters for the Mu2e cosmic-ray veto. Photo: Leticia Shaddix, people

(3/6) Anna Pla-Dalmau leads the group working on extruded scintillator counters for the Mu2e cosmic-ray veto. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(1/6) Wanda Newby is part of the light-yield QC station team. Photo: Leticia Shaddix, people

(4/6) Wanda Newby is part of the light-yield QC station team. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(2/6) Ryan Warren is one of the extrusion operators. Photo: Leticia Shaddix, people

(5/6) Ryan Warren is one of the extrusion operators. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(3/6) Tim Griffin works on the light-yield QC station. Photo: Leticia Shaddix, people

(6/6) Tim Griffin works on the light-yield QC station. Photo: Leticia Shaddix