3rd FCC Physics and Experiments WorkshopSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 07/29/2019 - 17:14
The yearly FCC physics and experiments Workshop is meant to cover recent progress in the study of the physics prospects of the complete FCC experimental programme, with the ee, hh and eh colliders.
In previous events, the discussions were focused on the preparation of the physics volume of the Conceptual Design Report. In 2020, we expect to have two main themes, running mostly in parallel. On one side we propose a broad overview of all recent theoretical and phenomenological studies that have appeared since the CDR, ranging from precision physics to BSM searches. On the other, we plan sessions focused on the detector concepts and the various aspects of the FCC-ee experimental programme. A few plenary sessions will address the common aspects of the two main themes.
We expect to allocate time to presentations proposed by the participants, and encourage you to propose an abstract, using the link below. In particular, we invite short talks in the areas of:
- SM physics and precision calculations
- Flavour physics at FCC
- Higgs studies at FCC
- BSM searches at FCC
- Detector technology and performance
The workshop will be broadcast via Vidyo.