15-16 November 2021
US/Pacific timezone

This workshop hosted by the Snowmass Computational Frontier (CompF) is centered around software and computing for the “small” experiments in our community.   The mandate for this workshop is:

  • Identify unique computational challenges of the “small” experiment community
  • Gather input about what is needed in terms of computation for these experiments to be successful
  • Connect members of the “small” experiment community to the computational frontier in Snowmass and encourage participation in topical groups
  • Foster the development and re-use of open-source software, building on the work of the HEP Software Foundation and other collaborative efforts within the community.

In order to be inclusive, we are not imposing a definition of “small” and have asked experiments to self-select. 

Organizing Committee:

Matteo Agostini (LEGEND)
Stephen Bailey (DESI)
Wahid Bhimji  (CompF4)
Dave Casper (FASER)
Giuseppe Cerati (CompF1)
Jacob Daughhetee (COHERENT)
Mariam Diamond (SuperCDMS)
Renat Dusaev (NA64)
Daniel Elvira (CompF2)
Jurgen Engelfried (NA62)
Thomas Langford (PROSPECT)
Maria Elena Monzani (LZ)
Benjamin Nachman (CompF)
Gabriel Perdue (CompF6)
Amy Roberts (CompF5)
Daniel Whiteson (CompF3)