With this short meeting we will lay some exploratory groundwork for the first FCC Physics Week in January 2017. To this end we hope to:
a) Identify and explore new areas of opportunity at FCC-ee for future study, particularly with regard to flavour physics and exotic searches, such as displaced vertices or weakly coupled new fields.
b) Investigate synergies between the various FCC collider options, again in preparation for the first general FCC physics meeting in January 2017.
The meeting will dovetail with related workshops on Fragmentation and Jet Structure, and on Detector Design, running in the same week. We hope this may create an atmosphere that encourages interdisciplinary interactions. There will be four mini-sessions on exotics, flavour, precision EW, and precision Higgs.
Organisers: Alain Blondel, Christophe Grojean, John Ellis, Matthew McCullough, and Maurizio Pierini