Your new “nusletter”

Newsletter“Shoot, I missed the meeting!” or “Why didn’t anybody tell me this?”

We all know what this feels like. Everybody misses meetings – and buried emails – sometimes. And being half a planet away from some of your colleagues makes communication that much harder.

So, in order to keep everybody in the LBNF and DUNE community informed about each others’ progress and other good news, we’re starting a monthly newsletter by and for project and collaboration members. It will appear around the 15th of each month, both in email and on the nus2surf.dunescience.org website.  Welcome to the inaugural issue of Nus to SURF!

Please note that the email and website versions may not contain exactly the same content. We want the website to remain unrestricted for you, which means that anyone can see it.  Therefore, any sensitive information will appear only in the email or possibly at a protected link. Conversely, in order to keep the email to a reasonable size, it may not include the full issue content; consider it a window to the more full-featured web version. (The planned email format should be ready next month.)

The website will provide a forum for reader feedback. In the meantime, please send your comments to  nus2surf@fnal.gov.

Bottom line: We will aim to avoid information overload and make the newsletter useful to you. Your feedback will help us achieve this goal.

— Anne Heavey, editor

Editorial Board

Maury Goodman, Eric James, Chang Kee Jung, Elaine McCluskey, Chris Mossey, André Rubbia, Mark Thomson