ORSP Intake Form Please comp lete this form and bring to your init ial meeting with ORSP (at least three weeks before the agency’s submission deadline). Also provide ORSP with the agency’s RFP (Request for Proposals) and the corresponding packet of forms prior to your first meeting. A. GENERAL INFORMATION Principal Investigator Konrad A. Aniol(PI), Martin B. Epstein (co -PI) Sponsor NSF – nuclear physics, contact Brad Keister, email@example.com, (703) 292-7377 Project Title Precision Electromagnetic Studies of Nuclei and Nucleons at Jefferson Lab Proposed Funding $495, 065 Amount Proposed Project 07/01/06-06/30/ 09 Period B. PERS ONNEL - List every person who will be paid by the grant or otherwise participating in the proposed activities. Individuals “to be named” should also be shown. Employer (CSULA, Units/Percent of Time Name Position Title on Grant UAS, Proposed Consultant) 1 Konrad A. Aniol csula PI 25% academic year 2 Martin B. Epstein csula Co-P I 25% academic year 3 2 Graduate students csula Graduate student 4 4 undergraduat e students csula Student assistant C. SUBGRANT(S) OR SUBCONTRACT(S ) Proposed Funding Cont act Person, Email Address or Subgrant/subcontract Institution, Address Amount Phone Number 1 2 D. PROJECT LOCATION(S) Projected Will on-campus space or off- Site Name & Address Percent of Time campus rental agreement need to at Site be arranged? (Y or N) 1 Physics and Astronomy, CS ULA 75% N 2 Jefferson Lab 25% N E. ADDITIONAL PARTI ES INVOLV ED (e.g. Prime Sponsor, Third Party, etc.) Explanation of Involvement Party Name Supervisor (Extent/Use, By Whom, etc.) 1 2 F. BUDGE T (If possible, bring a draft budget and budget justification to the first meeting with ORSP) If anything less than 41.2%, contact the Agency’s F&A (Indirect) Cost Rate % Associate Dean of Graduate Studies & Research - Research Administration (x3799) If yes to either, inform Department Chair, Is costsharing required by the agency? N N College Dean/Associate Dean, and Associate Is costsharing requested by the P I? N N Dean of GS&R - Research Administration Computer(s) to be requested Y How many? 2 Name(s) and approximate cost(s) 1 3 Dell PC Equipment to be requested? 2 2 Dell laptops 3 G. SPACE (Indicate if any space will be required as part of the for the proposed work/activity) New space, change of Item (personnel, equipment, storage, etc.) use, or renovation? Source of funds 1 No new spac e 2 3 4 H. HA ZARDOUS SUBS TANCES (Consult with EHS to obtain proper clearanc e or confirmation of approval to work with hazardous agents) Name of agent Type (biohaz ard, radiation, recombinant DNA) 1 none 2 3 4 I. OTHE R COMPLIANCES If yes, consult with IRB Compliance Human Subjects? N N Specialist (Ellen Stein, x 3798) If yes, consult with IACUC Compliance Vertebrate Animals? N N Specialist (Dolly Rodrigues, x6049) J. OTHE R SERVICES (indicate which of the following services you will need for this proposal) If yes, contact ORSP and/or the Associate Assistance with proposal development (e. g., Dean of GS&R - Res. Adm. at least one conceptualization, writing, editing) N month in advance Technical assistance (e. g., formatting documents; creating charts, tables, graphs; scanning of documents) N Letter(s) of support President N Provost N Dean of Graduate Studies & Research N Duplication of final document package Y # of copies needed for your files? 2 K . SCOP E OF WORK We propose a study of nuclear correlations and nucleon Please provide a brief project description. structure using the electromagnetic probe. Our principle focus in the past has been on few nucleon systems and we still intend to study these systems. Short-range nucleon- nucleon correlations attributable to the nucleon-nucleon interaction predominate in the light mass system. However, in heavier nuclei for shells near the Fermi energy the presence of long- range correlations is also indicated. The effect of long-range correlations for these shells is best seen in the high momentum components of nucleons in these shells. As will be discussed latter, short-range correlations have little impact on the high momentum components for shells near the Fermi energy in large A nuclei. It is also clear that the program to understand nuclear structure can not be completed without knowledge of nucleon structure and dynamica l relativistic effects in nuclear structure as well. This proposal is a continuation of our ongoing research program in electromagnetic physics for which we have had NSF support for several years. All of the proposed experiments will be carried out at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator facility (TJNAF). CSLA is an urban university situated in the middle of the predominantly Hispanic and Asian East Los Angeles community. Our large Hispanic population qualifies CSLA as a Hispanic Serving Institution. CSLA has strong programs in the sciences with particular emphasis on providing undergraduate research opportunities. The highest degree offered is the MS/MA. The proposed program will continue the efforts of our group to provide a high quality research environment for a student population that traditionally does not have access to such opportunities. This will be done with extensive outreach programs to neighboring high schools and high school teachers.