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Filip (CMS contact person) Moortgat, Frank Simon
(Max-Planck-Institute for Physics), Gudrid Moortgat-Pick
(University of Hamburg / DESY), Ivor Fleck
(University Siegen), Sabine Riemann
(DESY), Stefania (ATLAS contact person) Xella
Title: Linear Collider Forum
Description: Linear Collider Forum @ DESY
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ID: 12 4526
Central European Time (+0100)
Start 2012-02-07 08:00
End 2012-02-09 20:30
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The 3rd meeting of the linear collider forum will take place between Feb 7 and 9 in DESY Hamburg, Germany. It is dedicated to LC physics studies and analyses (ILC and CLIC) and also with regard to LHC results. A review article based on the contributions to the workshop is planned to be submitted to EPJC. Next year the European Strategy for Particle Physics will be updated and submitted to CERN Council for approval in Spring 2013. The discussions at the LC Forum therefore will be timely in view of preparations for the European Strategy Update. The new LC physics contributions serve also as an important input for the ILC DBD physics chapter, organized by Michael Peskin. Please watch this place for more information. Registration will open on November 15th.
Template (LC notes, published within `DESY-123' edition
The year 2012 would be recorded as a memorial one in high-energy physics, as
some decisive results on existence of the long-awaited Higgs boson are
expected to be obtained at the LHC. The LHC results have strong impact on
the possible physics scenario at the International Linear Collider (ILC). In
this talk possible physics studies at the ILC are presented with a focus on
the Higgs factory in the case where a light Higgs boson be found at the LHC.
In addition, the situation in Japan is briefly reported.