ECFA Study of Physics and Detectors for a Linear Collider

ECFA Study of Physics and Detectors for a Linear Collider

Topic of the Study Goals Working Groups Upcoming Events LC Notes Technology Choice Topics of Interest
ECFA Organizing committee Worldwide Linear Collider Studies Official and Press Statements on Linear Collider Policy Extended ECFA/DESY Study (2001-2003) 2nd ECFA/DESY Study (1998-2000) DESY


Worldwide Study (WWS)
International Linear Collider
Worldwide Study of the Physics and Detectors for Future Linear e+e- Colliders
  Detector Concepts Studies for the ILC
  Detector R&D for the ILC
  Authorlist for the ILC Detector Concept Report (DCR)
Subscribtion form to become an author for the ILC Detector Conceptual Report (Physics and Detector Chapter)
Everyone interested in the ILC is invited to subscribe.
  Report of the International Linear Collider Technical Review Committee - 2003 (Greg Loew Report)
  WWS committee on the organization of the global experimental program, summary presented by Hitoshi in the Victoria Plenary session (pdf)
Worldwide consensus statement in support of the linear collider
 "Understanding Matter, Energy, Space and Time: The Case for the e+e- Linear Collider" pdf file (70 kBytes)
  This document has been prepared by the World Wide Physics and Detectors Study Group.
It is intended to set out the scientific case for a 500 GeV e+e- linear collider, upgradable to higher energy in future and with options retained for special investigations with alternate beam particles and added polarization capability.

We are asking everyone who wants to be listed as a supporter to go to the sign-up web page.
The list, to be made available on the International LC web page, will serve as a demonstration of the widespread support in the community for the linear collider.
See also the updated letter distributed by Jim Brau, Sachio Komamiya and David Miller.

Roadmap for Detectors
  Preliminary views of the WWS co-chairs on a possible roadmap for detectors in the coming years.
  The WWS co-chairs, Jim Brau, Francois Richard, and Hitoshi Yamamoto:
"Please recall that ILCSC/ICFA has asked the WWS co-chairs, during the Beijing ACFA meeting, to present a proposal for such a roadmap for LCWS07. We think that it is essential to the common interest that our proposal, which results from many discussions with representatives from the concepts, be supported by the community at large.
For this reason we will have a public discussion at LCWS07 on June 1st at 17h00. In preparation of this discussion we ask you to read carefully the document and send us our comments through the web FORUM open from May 22.
Again, your participation is essential for the success of this important step in the WWS organisation."
Instructions to participate to this FORUM.
 
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Regional Linear Collider Studies
European Design Study Towards a Global TeV Linear Collider
ACFA Joint Linear Collider Physics and Detector Working Group
GLC Accelerator Research
American Linear Collider Physics Group
Linear Collider Physics Study at Fermilab
American Working Group on Linear Collider Accelerator Technology
Physics Study Group for the CLIC e+e- linear collider
Linear Collider UK webside
LC-ABD consortium of UK groups (Linear Collider: Accelerator and Beam Delivery)
UCLC (University Consortium for Linear Collider R&D)
 
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  As the organising committee of the Extended ECFA/DESY Study, we propose that ECFA should support these activities for a further two years, from Spring 2003. The three ECFA-supported studies so far have played an enormously important role in preparing the case for the linear collider. This case has been endorsed by representative bodies in Europe, America and Asia. An International Linear Collider Steering Group has been formed,
 
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