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Physics and Experiments with Future Linear e+e- Colliders

LCWS 2000, Batavia, Illinois, 24-28 October 2000 (AIP Conference Proceedings)

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    Subjects:
  • Experimental techniques,
  • Nuclear structure physics,
  • Particle & high-energy physics,
  • Particle Physics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • General,
  • Nuclear Physics,
  • Solid State Physics,
  • Science / Nuclear Physics,
  • electron beam accelerators,
  • fundamental particle physics,
  • high energy physics,
  • instrumentation,
  • linear electron colliders,
  • Physics,
  • Congresses,
  • Electroweak interactions,
  • Linear colliders

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    ContributionsAdam Para (Editor), Eugene H. Fisk (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages974
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10597343M
    ISBN 100735400172
    ISBN 109780735400177

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Physics and Experiments with Future Linear e+e- Colliders Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Physics and experiments with future linear e e⁻ colliders: LCWSBatavia, Illinois, October [Adam Para; H Eugene Fisk;]. The Future Circular Collider (FCC) is a proposed post-LHC particle accelerator with an energy significantly above that of previous circular colliders (SPS, Tevatron, LHC).

After injection at TeV, each beam would have a total energy of MJ. With a centre-of-mass collision energy of TeV (vs 14 TeV at LHC) the total energy value increases to GJ. These total energy values exceed Intersecting Storage Rings: CERN, – The physics programme is summarized for future e + e − linear colliders.

These machines will allow us to perform precision studies of the top quark and the electroweak gauge bosons in a complementary way to the proton collider LHC. The Higgs boson can be discovered at the LHC within the entire range of canonical mass by: 5.

For m_H > GeV we examine ZHH and HH nu bar-nu production at a future e+e- linear collider with center of mass energy in the range of sqrt{s}= - 1 TeV, and find that this is likely to be. We discuss various reactions at futuree + e − and γγ colliders involving real (beamstrahlung Physics and Experiments with Future Linear e+e- Colliders book backscattered laser) or quasi-real (bremsstrahlung) photons in the initial state and hadrons in the final state.

The production of two central jets with large transverse momentump T is described in some detail; we give distributions for the rapidity andp T of the jets as well as the di-jet Cited by: 6. The flavour physics programme requires particle identification performance well beyond that of most detectors designed for the LHC or future linear colliders.

For the TeV collider, the. Physics for the future colliders. Invited talk at the Workshop on Physics and Experiments with Linear e+e−Colliders, Morioka, Japan,eds. Miyamoto et al., World Scientific,p. In this situation, precise measurements of the Higgs boson and the top quark at future \(e^+e^-\) linear colliders have become more and more important to explore new physics.

The future linear colliders are complementary to the LHC and the synergy effects are striking. Physics and detectors at the linear colliders as well as the status of Author: Kiyotomo Kawagoe.

The physics program of e + e − linear colliders 7, 8, 9, summarized briefly in Table 1, is in many aspects complementary to the programme of the proton collider properties of the top quark, the electroweak gauge bosons, the Higgs particles, the supersymmetric or other novel particles can be explored with high accuracy in a universal way, independent of favorable by: Read "PHYSICS OPPORTUNITIES OF e + e − LINEAR COLLIDERS, Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your : Murayama, Hitoshi.

The discovery of the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in 1,2 was an important milestone in high-energy physics. It completes a puzzle that scientists have been working on for. There are many potentially promising projects, however, the most obvious possibility to achieve significant progress in particle physics in the near future is the construction of a linear e + e − collider with energies in the range (–) GeV.

Such a project, the ILC, is. Physics at e+e− Colliders Philip Bechtle August 20th – 24th Special thanks to F. Sefkow, T. Behnke and K. Desch for lots of helpful ideas and material P.

Bechtle: Physics at e+e− Colliders DESY Summer Student Lecture 1 file= Introduction What do we know. Lessons from LEP and others The International Linear Collider ILC. Methods of studying strong electroweak symmetry breaking at future e{sup +}e{sup {minus}} linear colliders are reviewed.

Specifically, we review precision measurements of triple gauge boson vertex parameters and the rescattering of longitudinal W bosons in the process e{sup +}e{sup {minus}} {yields} W{sup +}W{sup {minus}}. Top-Squark Study at a Future e + e − Linear Collider Ryuichiro Kitano 1, Takeo Moroi 1 and Shufang Su 2 Published 14 January • Journal Cited by: Results from these studies are combined in the Linear Collider Workshops (LCWS).

Since these have been in Sitges, Spain (), at Fermilab, USA (), in Jeju, Korea (), in Paris (), and at Stanford (). The organising committee of the worldwide study provides the programme committee of the LCWS series. It has also been. –The Physics Case for an e+e Linear Collider, eds. Brau et al., submitted to the update process of the European Strategy for Particle Physics, July [7].

The CLIC Conceptual Design Report (CDR) is supported by more than signatories 1 from the world. Accelerator Physics and Technologies for Future Linear Colliders (D Burke) Precision Tests of the Standard Model (A Olchevski) Tests of the Standard Model (W Hollik) Top Quark Physics (A Menzione) Extensions of the Standard Model (F Zwirner) The LHC Project (C H Llewellyn-Smith) Outlook (D H Perkins) and other papers; Readership: Postgraduate.

A leading role in the elucidation of the Standard Model during the last few years has been played by e+e- colliding beam experiments. The e+e- discoveries have been made possible by the cleanliness of the experimental conditions and the ability to tune the centre-of-mass energy with precision to the desired value, thus avoiding less interesting background events.

Future accelerators and high energy physics experiments Matthew Wing (UCL / DESY) technology for future particle colliders. e− e− A’ γ χ Physics motivation • Dark sectors with light, weakly-coupling particles are a compelling possibility for new physics. Current trends in the consideration of calorimeters for a future linear e + e − collider detector are discussed.

The physics requirements and LC environment are briefly reviewed. The paradigm that excellent jet reconstruction can best be realized when the charged and neutral jet components are separated in the calorimeter is discussed. Daniel V. Schroeder, “Renormalization,” in the Macmillan Encyclopedia of Physics, Macmillan, New York, Daniel V.

Schroeder and Zu Xin Yu, “Fractional Luminosity Near Maximum Energy in the Presence of Beamstrahlung,” in Physics and Experiments with Linear e+e- Colliders, ed. Harris, et al., World Scientific, Singapore, with future results from the experiments searching for neutrino-less double decays. The latter measurements are related to CP violation in the neutrino sector.

Various proposals for a long-baseline experiment are being discussed in Europe, Japan. Physics at e+e-Colliders Gudrid Moortgat-Pick, IPPP Durham, UK / • Introduction • Achievements with LEP, SLC • Physics beyond the Standard Model: supersymmetry • Techniques at the high-energy e+e- collider • ILC physics potential in view of LHC expectations • Summary and some literature for further studies.

of fundamental results in particle physics have been obtained from experiments at the pp, pp, e¯ +e− and ep colliders. Principal characteristics of colliders are: 1. the energyin the center-of-mass system (c.m.s) Ecm; 2.

luminosityof a collider L which determines collision rate N˙ of events with the cross. Physics Beyond Colliders • A lot of the propose experiments focus on the “Dark Sector” –i.e.

searching for new particle(s) that could explain dark matter • The physics reach of these experiments is demonstarted in ”sensitivity plots”, but bear in mind the dark. () Particle physics experiments at JLC - Linear Collider ACFA Working Group (Abe, Koh et al.) hep-ph/ KEK-REPORT () Linear Collider Physics Resource Book for Snowmass - Part 2: Higgs and Supersymmetry Studies - Linear Collider American Working Group (Abe, T.

et al.) hep-ex/ BNL, CLNS, FERMILAB-PUBE, LBNL, SLAC-R. A list of particle accelerators used for particle physics experiments. Some early particle accelerators that more properly did nuclear physics, but existed prior to the separation of particle physics from that field, are also gh a modern accelerator complex usually has several stages of accelerators, only accelerators whose output has been used directly for experiments are listed.

Major facilities overseas include the Large Electron-Positron collider (LEP) at CERN (the European Laboratory for Particle Physics), the highest-energy e + e− collider ever constructed; the electron-proton collider, HERA, at the DESY laboratory in Hamburg; and modest-energy electron colliders in Beijing and Novosibirsk.

(The facility at the. The International Linear Collider Technical Design Report (TDR) describes in four volumes the physics case and the design of a GeV centre-of-mass energy linear electron-positron collider based on superconducting radio-frequency technology using Niobium cavities as the accelerating structures.

Snowmass, J 1 The Higgs Mechanism and Electroweak Symmetry Breaking at e+e-Colliders Jim Brau University of Oregon Snowmass. A comparison of the potentials of ep and e+e− machines to probe the structure of the photon is performed.

In particular, the kinematic reach of a proposed future ep facility, THERA, is compared with those of current colliders, LEP and HERA, and with the proposed linear collider, TESLA. THERA like HERA will use a proton beam of GeV but with an increased electron beam energy of GeV.

The Table of Contents for the book is as follows: * VOLUME I * Foreword * Conference Organization * PLENARY SESSIONS * PL New Results from e + e - B-factories * First CP Violation Results from BaBar * A Measurement of CP Violation in B 0 Meson Decays at Belle * New Results from CLEO * PL CP Violation and Rare Decays * Recent Experimental Results on CP Violating and Rare K and μ Cited by: 3.

"Physics Opportunities of e+ e- Linear Colliders" by Hitoshi Murayama and Michael E. Peskin We describe the anticipated experimental program of an $\ee$ linear collider in the energy region GeV TeV, emphasizing topics relevant to the mystery of electroweak symmetry breaking.

The remarkable synergy and complementarity between the circular e+e− and pp colliders has been extensively discussed. In this short document, we investigate the complementarity between the proposed circular and linear e+e− colliders at the electroweak and TeV scale.

This complementarity could be exploited on a world-wide scale, if both a large circular and a linear infrastructures were Author: Alain Blondel, Patrick Janot.

ELEMENTARY-PARTICLE PHYSICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR VERY-HIGH-ENERGY LINEAR COLLIDERS Physics Motivation In the section above on Elementary-Particle Physics and the Variety of Accelerators we saw that hadron-hadron and electron-positron colliders largely complement each other in the physics that they explore.

Understanding Matter, Energy, Space and Time: The Case for the e e Linear Collider Over the past century, physicists have sought to explain the character of the matter and energy in our universe, to show how the basic forces of nature and the building blocks of.

We obtain limits on the dipole moments at the future linear colliders energies. For integrated luminosities of fb −1 and center of mass energies between and 3 TeV, the future colliders may improve the existing limits by two or three orders of magnitude. IntroductionCited by: 6.

International Advisory Committee of the Workshop on Physics and Experiments at Linear e+–e− Colliders, Waikoloa, Hawaii, April * International Advisory Committee of the International Conference on Non-accelerator Particle Physics, Bombay, * Advisory Committee for the Selection of a President for U.T., Austin, *.

circular colliders", Proceedings of ICFA Workshop on High Luminosity Circular e+e- Colliders – Higgs Factory, RNIP e r 1 6 y,max re is electron radius γ is normalized energy R is the dipole bending radius NIP is number of interaction points rp is proton radius,max 2 x,max y J.

Gao, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in PhysicsFile Size: 16MB. It was done at SLAC in See Positron Production in Multiphoton Light-by-Light paper was in Physics Review Letters.

For some background reading, there’s plenty of arXiv papers with photon-photon interaction in the title. Also see Kirk McDonald's website for a .The cornerstone of the Chinese experimental particle physics program is a series of experiments performed in the τ-charm energy region. China began building e + e − colliders at the Institute for High Energy Physics in Beijing more than three decades ago.

Beijing Electron Spectrometer (BES) is the common root name for the particle physics detectors operated at these by: 1.Measurement of the leptoquark Yukawa couplings in e+e- collisions at TESLA, e-print hep-ex/; also available as LC Note LC-PHSM Previous results and talks on Leptoquark searches at future experiments.

More about e+e- physics at TESLA: Physics at an e+e- Linear Collider, Part III of TESLA Technical Design Report.