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Name of Collaboratory :

 

CLEO Collaboration

 
 

URL :

  http://www.lns.cornell.edu/public/CLEO/  
 

Collaboratory Status :

 
Operational   Start Date : 1996 End Date :
Info Last Updated : Sun, Dec 5 2010 9:01am PST
 
 

Primary Collaboratory Function :

  Shared Instrument  
 

Secondary Collaboratory Functions :

  Community Data Systems, Distributed Research Center  
 

Domain(s) :

  High-energy physics  
 

Brief Description of the Collaboratory :

 

The CLEO collaboration is a team of over 150 high energy physicists from 25 universities studying the production and decay of beauty and charm quarks and tau leptons produced in the Cornell Electron Storage Ring (CESR). Armed with the versatile and powerful CLEO III detector, and a large sample of B mesons accumulated with the CLEO II detector, the collaboration makes some of the most sensitive tests of the Standard Model of elementary particles, key to understanding the forces of nature and the fundamental structure of matter.

 
 

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Access to People as Resources :

  Yearly collaboration meetings, constitution committee, elect new officers every year in the positions of spokesperson, analysis coordinator, and software coordinator.  
 

Funding Agency or Sponsor :

 
United States Department of Energy (DOE)
 
 
 

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TOTAL PARTICIPANTS:
127
 

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Communications Technology Used :

  Videoconferencing  
 

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