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FCC hh Detectors and Experiments: Martin Aleksa
Abstract: This lecture will outline detector concepts for a 100TeV proton collider that is being investigated in the context of the Future Circular Collider (FCC) study. An ultimate instantaneous luminosity of about 3x10^35 cm-2s-1 and a total integrated luminosity in the range of 20ab-1 pose significant challenges on detector technology beyond the LHC Phase II upgrades. The baseline specifications for detectors at such a machine are presented and first implementation ideas are being shown. Key areas of necessary detector R&D are discussed as well.
Experimental Measurements and Detectors for the FCC-ee: Mogens Dam
Abstract: Owing to its specific interaction region design, the FCC-ee will be able to deliver unprecedented luminosities at centre-of-mass energies ranging from below the Z pole to the ttbar threshold and above. Operation at four energy regimes - at the Z pole, at the WW threshold, at 240 GeV for Higgs production, and at the ttbar threshold - will allow improved measurements of electroweak parameters, including those of the Higgs sector, by orders of magnitude over the present status and constitute a broad search for the existence of "New Physics" up to very high energy scales. In this lecture, I will provide an overview of the FCC-ee physics programme with emphasis on a few original experimental measurements.