The 4th FCC Physics and Experiments workshop is part of the FCC Innovation Study Kickoff event, which will address the mandate issued by the update of the ESPP: "Europe, together with its international partners, should investigate the technical and financial feasibility of a future hadron collider at CERN with a centre-of-mass energy of at least 100 TeV and with an electron-positron Higgs and electroweak factory as a possible first stage. Such a feasibility study of the colliders and related infrastructure should be established as a global endeavour and be completed on the timescale of the next Strategy update."
This new edition of the FCC Physics and Experiments Workshop will follow these strong strategic statements. It will feature the most recent results appeared in the literature on the study of the physics prospects of the Future Circular Collider project. On the experimental side, it will propose new activities aimed at the development of the detectors and collaborations for FCC-ee. Starting from physics benchmark measurements and the corresponding detector requirements, new ideas and challenges will be raised in the development of detector designs and technologies, of the experimental environment, and of the machine-detector interface.
By default we plan for a remote-only event, with the option to switch to an in-person meeting at CERN, should the evolution of the COVID-19 situation allow it. In the latter case, the remote participation will remain guaranteed through vidyo, Zoom and/or webcast transmission. The final confirmation of the format will be announced by the end of September.
Whether you just want to remain up-to-date on the FCC physics and experiments activities, or if you plan to participate in the study, please register to the mailing lists at the following urls:
If you wish to provide more information on your desired participation in the FCC-ee design study, and thus be registered to the corresponding mailing lists, you can also fill the form https://fcc-ee.web.cern.ch/contribute-to-the-design-study.
|FCCIS – The Future Circular Collider Innovation Study. This Research and Innovation Action project submitted to call H2020-INFRADEV-2019-3 receives funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme under grant agreement no. 951754.|