QU Future Platform – Higgs
at Campus Bahrenfeld ( Seminar Room 1, bldg. 1 )
This is a first discussion how we could contribute to Higgs at future colliders in Quantum Universe. For every speaker on physics topics: 15’ introduction on the subject, targeted especially to young people + 5’ how we as QU could contribute/ how to involve young people in the project + leave 10’ as discussion.
There will be an outreach competition for young students: 5’ elevator speech from 5 young scientists, on ILC/CLIC/FCCee/FCChh/CEPC only 1-2 slides allowed. Explain to public and politicians why we should build such a collider – focus on Higgs – First come first served. Please contact Elisabetta Gallo in advance if you intend to participate in the competition.
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|Participants||Jan-Hendrik Arling; Mikael Berggren; Jakob Beyer; Kerstin Borras; Alan Campbell; Adinda de Wit; Frank Gaede; Elisabetta Gallo; Achim Geiser; Christophe Grojean; Beate Heinemann; Clement Helsens; Matthias Kasemann; Shin-ichi Kawada; Roman Kogler; Tobias Kramer; Dirk Kruecker; Torben Lange; Jenny List; Rainer Mankel; Krisztian Peters; Olin Pinto; Oliver Rieger; Jorge Sabater; Peter Schleper; Yassine Sekhmani; Pascal Stienemeier; Kerstin Tackmann; Merijn van de Klundert; Roberval Walsh; Chaowaroj (Max) Wanotayaroj; Georg Weiglein|