R&D on Experimental Technologies

EP department has launched the preparation of a strategic R&D programme on technologies for future experiments. This initiative, which spans an initial 5-years period from 2020 onwards, covers detector hardware, electronics, software and detector magnets for new experiments and detector upgrades beyond LHC phase II.

In two public workshops held in 2018, the work programme was shaped in a bottom-up process which took into account the input and feedback of many colleagues from the HEP community. Many developments are carried out in cooperation with external groups. The work programme is documented in a detailed R&D report. A 10-pages summary was submitted as input to the European Strategy Group.

The funding of the programme has been clarified and the concrete planning for its implementation is starting. The gradual start of the actual R&D activities is foreseen for January 2020.

 

Working Groups Convenors Mailing Lists WG site *)
Silicon detectors Heinz Pernegger, Luciano Musa, Petra Riedler,  Dominik Dannheim EP-RDET-WG1-Si WG1-Si
Gas detectors Christoph Rembser, Eraldo Oliveri EP-RDET-WG2-Gas WG2-Gas
Calorimetry and light based detectors Martin Aleksa, Carmelo d'Ambrosio EP-RDET-WG3-Cal-Light WG3-Cal-Light
Detector Mechanics Corrado Gargiulo, Antti Onnela EP-RDET-WG4-Mech WG4-Mech
IC technologies Federico Faccio, Michael Campbell EP-RDET-WG5-IC WG5-IC
High Speed Links Paolo Moreira, Francois Vasey EP-RDET-WG6-Links WG6-Links
Software Graeme Stewart, Jakob Blomer EP-RDET-WG7-Software WG7-Software
Detector Magnets Herman Ten Kate, Benoit Cure EP-RDET-WG8-Magnets WG8-Magnets

*) Access to WG sharepoint sites is restricted to members of the respective WG mailing lists. When signing up to a mailing list, expect a small delay before access to the WG site will be granted.

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