is being formed to consider the future of high energy physics.
Between now and Snowmass 2001, in June-July, it is necessary that US high
energy physicists engage in the discussion of future intiatives, in
particular the possibility of a Linear Collider. This series is intended to
energize this discussion.
The talks will be transmitted live on streaming video.
An archived version of the same streaming video will also be available later.
The program is still under development and, except for those shown below, dates are uncertain. One of the dates will be devoted to a presentation of the Tesla Proposal, which will be the subject of a Colloquium at DESY on March 23-24. We will finish the series on June 7 with a presentation by Maury Tigner who will give his view of the Key Issues for a Technical Review of the Designs.
Introductory Seminar Date: Jan. 18:
Introduction: M. Witherell, Fermilab
4:00 Speaker: P. Grannis, State University of New York, Stony Brook
1st Double Header: Date: Jan. 25, 2:45 pm, 1 West
2:45 Speaker: Steve Holmes, Fermilab
Title: Machine Parameters for Next Generation Linear Colliders
4:00 Speaker: Andreas Kronfeld, Fermilab
Title: Higgs Physics at a Linear
2nd Double Header Date: Feb. 15, 2:45 pm, 1 West
2:45 Speaker: Vic Kuchler, Fermilab
Title: US. Linear Collider Site Studies
4:00 Speaker: Slawek Tkaczyk, Fermilab
Title: Physics Unique to a Linear Collider
3rd Double Header Date: Mar. 01, 3:00 pm, 1 West
3:00 Speaker: Tom Markiewicz, SLAC
Title: Interactions Region Issues at a Linear Collider
4:15 Speaker: Chris Adolphsen, SLAC
Title: Power to the Beam
4th Double Header/Gamma-Gamma Collider Workshop Date: Mar. 15, 2:45 pm, 1 West
2:45 Speaker: Jeff Gronberg, LLNL
Title: Linear Collider Machine Options: e-e-, e-gamma and gamma-gamma
4:00 Speaker: Michael Schmitt, Northwestern U.
Title: Physics of a gamma-gamma Collider
1st Base Date: April 05, 3:00 pm, 1 West
3:00 Speaker: Reinhard Brinkmann, DESY.
Title: The Tesla Proposal
5th Double Header/Higgs Workshop Date: May 03, 4:00 pm, 1 West
4:00 Speaker: Peter Zerwas, DESY
Title: Higgs Topic I
Speaker: Rick van Kooten, Indiana U.
Title: Higgs Topic II
Speaker: Klaus Desch, Hamburg U.
Title: Higgs Topic III
6th Double Header Date: May 10, 2:45 pm, 1 West
2:45 Speaker: Nan Phinney, SLAC
Title: Expanding the physics reach of a Linear Collider
4:00 Speaker: Joel Butler, Fermilab
Title: Considerations for and Examples of a Linear
Collider Physics Program
7th Double Header Date: May 24, 2:45 pm, 1 West
2:45 Speaker: Ron Ruth, SLAC
Title: High Energy Potential of a Linear Collider
4:00 Speaker: Sekhar Chivukula, Boston U.
Title: On the Other Hand: Physics without a Light
8th Double Header Date: May 31, 2:45 pm, 1 West
2:45 Speaker: Norbert Holtkamp, ORNL
Title: Linear Collider Luminosity and Margins
4:00 Speaker: Tony Barker, U. Colorado
Title: Key Design Issues for Experiments at a Linear Collider
Ninth Inning Date: Jun. 7, 2:45 pm, 1 West
2:45 Speaker: Maury Tigner, Cornell
Title: Key Issues for Technical Reviews of Linear Collider Designs
Tesla TDR Page, March 2001
Last Modified: 03/11/2001(American Notation)