FCC week 2022 will bring together the worldwide community working towards a world-leading high-energy physics infrastructure for the 21st century. The meeting covers Accelerator, Detector and Physics studies as well as progress on Technological R&D, ongoing placement studies and the assessment of its environmental and socio-economic impact.
Taking place in a hybrid format, the meeting will give the opportunity to share results, build new collaborations and solidify the vision of a post-LHC circular particle-collider. Furthermore, the meeting will offer opportunities to discuss and plan activities in the framework of the EU-funded H2020 FCCIS project.
The event will follow the traditional layout of plenary and parallel sessions with invited contributions. Plenary sessions will give an overview about the ongoing activities across all parts of the study and serve to inform study members about the updated boundary conditions from placement studies, the latest machine parameters and progress on understanding the physics potential that the FCC integrated programme can offer during its lifetime. Parallel sessions will focus on specific areas of the study. Satellite meetings for related projects and governance bodies of the FCC study will be included in the programme that is being developed. Participation of industry is highly encouraged as addressing the technological challenges of a new research infrastructure presents opportunities for co-innovation.
The work carried out in the framework of the FCC Feasibility Study will inform the next update of the European Strategy while can have an impact on areas beyond particle physics. Thus we invite novel and innovative approaches to address the challenges of the FCCs and contribute in turning them to reality. We strongly encourage colleagues working in the different areas covered by the FCC study to submit their abstract and posters. We invite you to register now, to join these efforts, and to contribute with your expertise to the efficient and sustainable implementation of these marvellous future machines.
|FCCIS – The Future Circular Collider Innovation Study. This INFRADEV Research and Innovation Action project receives funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme under grant agreement no. 951754.