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FY 2013 Scientist Survey compiled 10/26-12/10/2012 Peter H. Garbincius Dean Hoffer Bridgette Fricks December 11, 2012 rev Feb 19, 2013 Thank you to All.

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1 FY 2013 Scientist Survey compiled 10/26-12/10/2012 Peter H. Garbincius Dean Hoffer Bridgette Fricks December 11, 2012 rev Feb 19, 2013 Thank you to All Scientists – 100% participation! Jon Bakken (Computing) & Laurie Pederson (WDRS) 1

2 notes Unless stated otherwise, all numbers are in FTEs For scientists who started or departed in FY 2012, their effort was pro-rated for time served in FY 12 For scientists who departed in FY 2012, their projected FY12 efforts from the FY 2012 Scientist Survey were used. This survey doesn’t backfill for future departures, except for a continuing (future) Director & extending the terms of Associate Scientists At the request of the Deputy Director, some time plots will NOT include Applications Physicists. These will be clearly labeled 2

3 Total # Scientists – FTEs (incl. Applications Physicists) 3

4 4 0.5% per yr attrition FY 13 → 17 FY 2012 → 13 swing in Scientist headcount is - 25 and + 9 = - 16 net

5 comings and goings in FY departed: – 1 Applications Physicist I – 7 Applications Physicists II – 2 Associate Scientists – 5 Scientists II – 3 Scientists III – 5 Applied Scientists II – 1 Associate Lab Director – 1 Joint Appointee 9 joined: – 7 Associate Scientists – 1 Scientist I – 1 Scientist II What’s happened so far in FY 2013? thru end Dec 2012: – added: 2 Applications Physicists I 5

6 # Scientists – FTEs NOT including Applications Physicists 6

7 7

8 Job Category 8

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10 10 Area – FY 2013

11 11

12 12 R&D type – FY 2013

13 13

14 Concentration – FY 2013 see details 14

15 Accelerator Development FY 2013 Other FY

16 16 Last year, the Director requested this breakdown

17 Total FY 2013 = 257 FTEs Lab Management = 27.6 FTEs 17

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19 data examples 19 Names have been changed to protect the innocent.

20 data examples 20 Names have been changed to protect the innocent.

21 just one example 21

22 Lessons Learned Continue to updated List of activities  “other” – Provide more easily used lowest-level descriptors, e.g. Theory | Theory | Theory | Intensity Frontier → Theory | Theory | Theory | Intensity Frontier Theory Operations – Need to bug people to complete & correct & specify “other” – Change of Services Account Principal for 1 scientist! Web-based form & updates – Bottleneck with many users right at start – A few non-reproducible claims of “not working” – No sequencing or time stamping of web info entry making it difficult to track changes Merge 3 data files => private PHG & OIP db – Data just submitted by web → PHG hand corrections needed – Hand-treat scientists departed in FY2012 – Normalize FTEs for scientists starting in FY

23 lots of additional studies and statistics are possible! e.g. correlate with prior surveys and actual FTEs from time cards for prior FYs Peter 23


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