March 24, 2021 to July 30, 2023
Europe/Zurich timezone

"Coordination of R&D activities is critical to maximise the scientific outcomes of these activities and to make the most efficient use of resources; as such, there is a clear need to strengthen existing R&D collaborative structures, and to create new ones, to address future experimental challenges of the field beyond the HL-LHC. Organised by ECFA, a roadmap should be developed by the community to balance the detector R&D efforts in Europe, taking into account progress with emerging technologies in adjacent fields. The roadmap should identify and describe a diversified detector R&D portfolio that has the largest potential to enhance the performance of the particle physics programme in the near and long term. This community roadmap could, for example, identify the grand challenges that will guide the R&D process on the medium-and long-term timescales, and define technology nodes broad enough to be used as the basis for creating R&D platforms. This will allow concerted and efficient actions on the international scale addressing the technologicalchallenges of future experiments while fostering an environment that stimulates innovation and collaboration with industry.”

Extract from the 2020 Update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics

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