2nd Joint ECFA/DESY Study on Physics and Detectors
for a Linear Electron-Positron Collider
Meetings between main ECFA/DESY Workshops.
News of working groups.
Meetings between workshops.
9 May 2001, CERN, Kickoff Meeting on LC Detector R&D, 40/S2-B01, 9:00
24 March 2001, DESY, 1/2 day workshop to plan next ECFA-DESY Study.
and meetings of working groups
March 23/24 2001 at DESY, Hamburg
A 500 - 800 GeV Electron Positron Linear Collider
with an integrated X-Ray Free Electron Laser Laboratory.
Scientific Perspectives and Technical Realisation of
March 23/24 2001 at DESY in Hamburg.
The institutes which have contributed in an international effort to the
Technical Design Report (TDR) of TESLA will present its perspectives
for particle physics and science with X-ray free electron lasers
as well as its technical realisation.
- 4 Sept 2000, DESY Zeuthen, Meeting of Contact Persons
10-11 July 2000, CERN, Intermediate detector meeting.
- 13 June 2000, DESY, Meeting of Contact Persons
25/26 Feb 2000, DESY, SUSY working Group Meeting.
10 Feb 2000, CERN, Higgs working Group Meeting.
9 Feb 2000, CERN, Detector Workshop.
16-17 December 1999, CERN, Detector Workshop.
(Finalise details, especially calorimeter).
5/6 July 1999, CERN - Meeting on the detector concept:
"Towards the final TDR-Detector"
Minutes (Postscrpit file)
Other Meetings of relevance to the study.
FNAL Circle Line Tours
3rd International Workshop on
at TeV Energies
December 10-12, 1999
University of California, Santa Cruz
TESLA TDR Meeting 3-9 February 2000
(incl. Schedule, Working Groups, Transparencies)
a workshop to study the Physics and Detectors of future e+e-
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory March 29-31, 2000
International Workshop on
High Energy Photon Colliders,
DESY, June 14-17, 2000
3rd ACFA Workshop on Physics/Detector at the Linear Collider
August 9-11 Taipei, Taiwan.
It follows the successful 1st meeting at Tsing-Hua University in
Beijing (11/98) and 2nd meeting at Korea University in Seoul (11/99).
The meeting will be held jointly with the 8th Asia Pacific Physics
Conference (APPC2000), August 7-10 at Academia Sinica, Taipei.
Workshop on b/c/tau tagging and detector simulation tools
Fermilab, June 14-15
Workshop on Higgs Physics at a High Energy Linear Collider,
Davis Institute for High Energy Physics, Davis, California
Jan 27 and 28, 2001
As a follow up to the LCWS 2000 meeting and as part of
the ongoing process in preparation for Snowmass 2001, both aimed
at establishing and summarizing the physics
motivations for a high energy linear collider,
American Linear Collider Workshop,
Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore on March 1921, 2001
The next meeting of the American Linear Collider community will be
held at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore on March 1921, 2001.
The Workshop is a follow-up to previous sessions in Keystone and
Berkeley and will prepare the way for the Snowmass Workshop in July.
The meeting is open to ANYONE with an interest in the physics and
detectors of linear colliders.
The program and complete information
(including online registration) are available at the web
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop.
Chair, Organizing Committee
FNAL series of Linear Collider Double Headers
The subsequent talks will follow at approximately two week intervals. We
have a draft schedule with ideas for dates, talks, and speakers but none
are fixed beyond February 15.
The web page above provides access to archived versions of previous talks,
including the Witherell introduction and Grannis seminar from Jan 18. The
web site for viewing the talks live is also linked to the above page.
What String Theorists Need to Know
about e+e- Linear Colliders ,
I took on the interesting project of trying to explain to
the string theorists meeting at the ITP in Santa Barbara why the linear
collider is important and what they should be doing about it.
Michael Peskin, SLAC
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