The CLIC workshop 2019 covers Accelerator as well as the Detector and Physics studies, from on-going activities and results to future plans.
For the CLIC accelerator studies, the workshop spans over 5 days: 21st - 25th of January.
For CLICdp, the workshop runs from the afternoon of Monday 21st to the morning of Friday 25th included (see below).
We are looking for the widest possible participation and encourage in particular the involvement of young colleagues.
1- An open plenary session on Wednesday afternoon January 23rd.
2- A common plenary accelerator/detector&physics session on Friday morning January 25th.
3- The workshop dinner on Wednesday evening.
Dedicated Accelerator sessions:
1- Parallel sessions on Monday afternoon, Tuesday, and Wednesday morning
2- A session on Thursday covering High-Gradient applications outside high energy physics
3- A CLIC/CTF3 Collaboration Board on Thursday late afternoon
Dedicated Detector and Physics sessions:
1- Topical sessions on Monday afternoon and Tuesday, and a physics mini-workshop on Wednesday morning and Thursday.
2- A CLICdp dinner on Tuesday evening.
3- A CLICdp Institute Board meeting on Tuesday at lunchtime.
Detector and Physics topical session convenors [click names to email] are:
- Vertex & Tracking R&D: Mathieu Benoit (Geneva), Andreas Nurnberg (KIT)
- Calorimetry R&D: Felix Sefkow (DESY), Erica Brondolin (CERN), Yan Benhammou (Tel Aviv)
- Software & Detector Validation: Emilia Leogrande (CERN), Matthias Weber (CERN)
- Physics: Philipp Roloff (CERN), Marcel Vos (Valencia), Andrea Wulzer (CERN/EPFL), Roberto Franceschini (Rome)