Extended Joint ECFA/DESY Study on Physics and Detectors
for a Linear Electron-Positron Collider
Toptics of Interest Related to the Study
FNAL Circle Line Tours
Series of 'CIRCLE LINE TOUR' talks being held at Fermilab to
address physics issues central to future colliders.
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.
Laser based beam diagnostics R&D activities
The aim of the Laser Based Beam Diagnostics (LBBD) Collaboration is to
study the feasibility of laser based diagnostics tools for future linear
electron positron colliders (FLC).
The objectives of the laserwire project are to develop laser based
techniques to measure the dimensions of electron (positron) bunches
in a FLC and optimising their application using simulations.
IP Beam Instrumentation Study
The purpose of the IP Beam Instrumentation study is to move beyond
conceptual ideas and begin to
specify in detail the beam instrumentation necessary
to achieve the physics goals of a 500 GeV
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