Alps 2017

Abstracts

Linear e+e- colliders (initially submitted as "The Compact Linear Collider project")

  • Speaker: Frank Simon (MPP Munich)
  • Status: Accepted as a keynote talk, with the suggestion to incorporate the ILC in the scope of the talk
  • Abstract: The CLIC project aims at the construction of a linear electron-positron collider with an energy reach in the multi-TeV regime. The staged CLIC program envisages a relatively low-energy run at sqrt(s) = 380 GeV, followed by high-energy operation at 1.5 and 3 TeV. The physics program offers precise measurements of Higgs and top quark couplings. High-energy operation opens up the possibility to measure the top quark Yukawa coupling and the Higgs boson self-coupling. The exquisite indirect sensitivity to beyond-the-Standard-Model physics of the precision program is complemented by a direct sensitivity to new physics up to scales inaccessible in any other electron-positron collider.
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