The 1998 DOE posters

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Poster 1 Title: The Experiment

Plot: Updated Selex logo jpeg or postscript

Title: E781 Goals
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Title: E781 Data
Subtitle: (sigma)/(pion) seperation using Beam Transistion Radiation Detector
Plot: BTRD showing pi and sigma seperation at 600 GeV postscript
Table: SELEX data sets (negative, sigma, proton)
Plot: Data taking, live interactions postscript

Plot: E781 layout postscript

Poster 2 Title: Crucial Performance Factors

Title: Vertex Definition
Subtitle: Clean Definition of Production Targets
Plot: Primary vertex positions for five targets, plus boxes for physical size of targets postscript
Caption: Yellow boxes are target sizes. Black line is data.
Subtitle: Primary and Secondary Vertex Resolution
Plot: Sigma (z error) distribution of primary and secondary vertices postscript
Caption: Average primary vertex resolution = 270 microns. Average secondary vertex resolution = 560 microns.

Title: Momentum-Independent Mass Resolution
Plot: D0 mass resolution versus D0 momentum postscript

Title: Excellent (pi)/K/p Identification
Text: Strong particle identification (RICH, TRD, Pb glass) for hadrons and electrons will reduce systematics in decay physics analyses.
Plot: ETRD, pions and electrons postscript
Caption: Left plot is tracks identified by the RICH as pions. Right plot is tracks consistent with electrons, identified by either the RICH or photon.
Text: Plot: RICH lay out
Plot: Ring radii for kaons and pions at 100 GeV
Plot: Ring radii for particle seperation versus momentum. postscript for last three plots.

Poster 3 Title: Charm Characteristics

Title: Example (lambda)c Event
Text: This event has a 650 GeV (sigma)- beam track which interacts in the last carbon target. The primary vertex is drawn, with the beam track and five outgoing tracks. The secondary vertex is a 380 GeV (lambda)c (xF=0.6) that decayed 2.2 cm downstream of the primary vertex, into a 154 GeV proton, 153 GeV kaon, and a 74 GeV pion. All three decay tracks are identified in the RICH detector.
Subtitle: Vertex View
Plot: Seed display of target region postscript
Caption: Boxes around primary and secondary vertex are three sigma errors.
Subtitle: Overall View
Plot: Seed display of detector (targets through M2 PWC) postscript
Subtitle: RICH view
Plot: Seed display of RICH detector postscript

Title: Preliminary E781 Raw Charm Signals
Plot: Yellow plots of D0, D+, Ds, Lc postscript

Poster 4 Title: Preliminary Analysis Results

Title: Baryon Beams Make Baryons, Not Anti-Baryons
Caption: For the top row, yellow plots are (lambda)c+, the blue plots are (lambda)(bar)c-.
Plot: Fernanda's plots of particle production for sigma, pion, and proton postscript
Caption: For the bottom row, yellow plots are D-, the blue plots are D+.
Text: Charm production by (pi)-, (sigma)- and p beams at 650 GeV show significant differences in particle/antiparticle ratios. The baryon preference is very large for baryon beams. We expect to contribute significantly to the understanding of charm hadroproduction.

Title: Expected Precision Lifetime Measurements
Plot: Uncorrected lifetime resolution for D0 early version postscript
Text: Text: A preliminary D0 lifetime study demonstrates excellent proper-time resolution (~ 25 fs) in large xF production. We expect to contribute to charm lifetime analyses, especially for the short-lived states.

Title: What's Next
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