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International Advisory Committee

The FCC project and the FCCIS EU co-funded project feature the same advisory committee. This committee is an evolution of the FCC Study phase advisory board (see also FCC study phase advisory committee composition

The FCC advisory committee is structured according to different topical domains:

  • Theoretical and experimental physics and experiments
  • Machines
  • Magnets, RF
  • Technologies
  • Civil Engineering, Technical Infrastructure
  • Implementation, planning and economics

The composition of the committee is dynamic and may change in the course of the project. The current composition is displayed in the table below.

Topic domain Name Organisation Country Brief description
Chair Guenther Dissertori ETH Zurich Germany Guenther Dissertori is Director of Studies and Full Professor in the Physics Department at ETH Zurich
Theoretical and experimental physics and experiments Andrew Parker Cambridge University United Kingdom Andy Parker is a Professor of High Energy Physics and a founder of the ATLAS experiment for the Large Hadron Collider
Theoretical and experimental physics and experiments Chris Quigg FNAL United States Chris Quigg is a theoretical physicist who led the Theoretical Physics Department at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab)
Theoretical and experimental physics and experiments Marcella Diemoz INFN Italy Marcella Diemoz is the Director of INFN Sezione di Roma
Theoretical and experimental physics and experiments Gregor Herten University of Freiburg Germany Professor Herten is Dean at the University of Freiburg and a long term member of ATLAS
Theoretical and experimental physics and experiments Victor Egorychev ITEP Russian Federation Victor Egorychev is Director of the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP)
Machines Ralph Assmann DESY Germany Ralph Assmann is a Leading Scientist at DESY
Machines Caterina Biscari ALBA/CELLS Spain Caterina Biscari is the Director of Alba-CELLS
Machines Wolfram Fischer BNL United States Wolfram Fischer is the Associate Chair for Accelerators and Applications, and the Head of the Accelerator Division, in the Collider-Accelerator Department at Brookhaven National Laboratory
Machines Vladimir Shiltsev FNAL United States Vladimir Shiltsev is the Director of the Accelerator Physics Center and a Distinguished Scientist at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Magnets, RF Joe Minervini MIT United States Joe Minervini is Assistant Director of the Plasma Science and Fusion Center (PSFC) at MIT and the Division Head for Technology and Engineering
Magnets, RF Akira Yamamoto KEK Japan Akira Yamamoto is head of KEK's Linear Collider Project Office in Tsukuba, Japan
Technologies Marc Ross SLAC United States Marc Ross is a SLAC physicist and former head of Fermiab's Technical Division
Technologies Mike Seidel PSI Switzerland Dr. Mike Seidel works as an accelerator physicist at PSI with a focus on high intensity proton accelerators
Civil Engineering, Technical Infrastructure, Cryogenics Philippe Lebrun JUAS France Philippe Lebrun leads the Joint Universities Accelerator School
Civil Engineering, Technical Infrastructure Tim Watson ITER France Tim Watson is a civil engineer and rock mechanics scientist
Implementation, planning and economics Massimo Florio Università di Milano Italy Massimo Florio is a Professor of Public Economics in the Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods at Università di Milano
Implementation, planning and economics Charlotte Mathieu ESA/IEIO France Charlotte Mathieu is in charge of security policy and institutional coordination in the EU Relations Office of the European Space Agency (ESA)

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Purpose

The FCCIS International Advisory Committee (“IAC”) reviews the scientific and technical progress of the Project. It is structured by activity areas (particle accelerator, physics and experiments, technologies, economics and implementation). It advises the Executive Board on the running and the scientific/technical direction of the Project. It provides support and additional expert information to the Project. It submits recommendations to the General Assembly. The IAC links the Project to other activities world-wide that are relevant to the Project and facilitates the dissemination of the Project results at global level to different expert communities.

An IAC will be appointed and steered by the Executive Board. The IAC shall assist and facilitate the decisions made by the General Assembly. The Coordinator will ensure that a non-disclosure agreement is executed between all Parties and each IAC member if required for specific topical matters, which shall be concluded no later than 30 calendar days after their nomination or before any confidential information will be exchanged, whichever date is earlier.

The IAC will regularly (at least once per year) review the Project progress and will write a review and recommendation report. These reports must be provided to the Coordinator directly, and will be distributed to all Consortium. The Coordinator shall write the minutes of the IAC meetings and prepare the implementation of the IAC's suggestions. The chair of the IAC will attend General Assembly meetings as advisor, ex-officio. The PL and the deputy PL attend IAC meetings as ex-officio members. The IAC members may participate in General Assembly meetings upon invitation but shall not have any voting rights.

Preparation of meetings

The chairperson of a Consortium Body shall convene meetings of that Consortium Body.

There is at least one International Advisory Committee meeting per year. A International Advisory Committee meeting can be requested any time upon written request of the Coordinator.

Notification of a meeting

The chairperson of a Consortium Body shall give notice in writing of a meeting to each Member of that Consortium Body as soon as possible and no later than 30 (thirty) calendar days before an ordinary meeting or 15 (fifteen) calendar days before an extraordinary meeting.

Sending of the agenda

The chairperson of a Consortium Body shall prepare and send each Member of that Consortium Body a written (original) agenda no later than 14 (fourteen) calendar days before an ordinary meeting and 10 (ten) calendar days before an extraordinary meeting.

Agenda items

Any agenda item requiring a decision by the Members of a Consortium Body must be identified as such on the agenda.

Any Member of a Consortium Body may add an item to the original agenda by written notification to all of the other Members of that Consortium Body up to 7 (seven) calendar days before the meeting.

-- AnnaYaneva - 2020-10-07 -- GraceFernJackson - 2020-11-26

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