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Publications Board

The FCC Publications Board steers the approval and release process of publications. A publication is a written report (paper), data or a set of both. It first approves all project-wide publications and data that are scheduled to be released to the public.

To reach high editorial quality on all documents produced across the project, the board also oversees the publications of the sub-projects, and defines standards descriptions, figures, formats, styles, symbols, and more.

Structure and Membership

The FCC Publications Board is structured according to the main scientific/technical project domains:

  1. Physics and experiments (e-group: fcc-zenodo-phex )
  2. Particle Accelerators (e-group: fcc-zenodo-acc)
  3. Engineering (e-group: fcc-zenodo-eng)
  4. Technologies (e-group: fcc-zenodo-tech)
  5. Implementation, health, safety and environment (e-group: fcc-zenodo-imp)

The sub-boards embrace the following topics:

Sub-board Topics
Physics and experiments Documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider physics and experiments topics. It includes theoretical physics, experimental physics, detector studies, detector technologies and related software and computational matters. Publications & data - Submit to Zenodo
Particle accelerators Documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider accelerators topics. It includes hadron colliders, lepton colliders, ep colliders, hadron injectors, lepton injectors and related software and computational matters. Publications & data - Submit to Zenodo
Engineering Documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider civil engineering, technical infrastructures, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, transport and handling, installation and integration, radiation effects (equipment and material), mechanical engineering, mechatronics, element support and alignment, energy management and efficiency, reliability and availability, systems engineering, project implementation, manufacturing technics and processes, information management and administration, and related software and computational matters. Publications & data - Submit to Zenodo
Technologies Documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider technologies topics. It includes beam diagnostics, beam transfer, collimation, accelerator controls, detector controls, dumps and stoppers, equipment and machine protection, normal conducting magnets, super conducting magnets, power converters, stored energy management, radio frequency, vacuum, particle sources, cryogenics, detectors, triggers, data acquisition, electronics, software, computing and IT, safety monitoring and alarming, and the related software and computational matters. Publications & data - Submit to Zenodo
Implementation Documents and data relating to the Future Circular Collider safety concepts, technical risk assessment, environmental impact, radiation protection, conventional waste management, radioactive waste management, occupational health and safety, community health and safety. Publications & data - Submit to Zenodo

Specific sub-boards and e-groups exist for individual, external-funded projects, such as H2020 projects:

Each individual topic domain is treated by a set of internal referees for that specific domain, ensuring that drafts submitted to journals, open report and data repositories (e.g. Zenodo, arXiv, IEEE TechRxiv, CDS) are of high quality with respect to content and editorial standards. This approach aims at ensuring that the FCC project is perceived as a high quality, scientific/technical endeavour that is also managed according to internationally high quality levels.

Review and publication process

  • The sub-boards work independently.
  • Authors shall send their drafts to one of the respective, topic-domain e-groups.
  • Members of the publication topic-domain e-groups coordinate among themselves to review and approve the publication.
  • Authors shall in all cases deposit a version of their publication and data on Zenodo in one of the designated topic-domain communities
  • A member of a topic-domain e-group receiving a request from Zenodo to approve a reviewed publication will check the document record and release the publication

The following persons are currently members of the domain publication sub-boards:

Physics and experiments

Name Organisation
Michelangelo Mangano CERN
Werner Riegler CERN
Patrick Janot CERN
Mogens Dam Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark

Particle accelerators

Name Organisation
Frank Zimmermann CERN
Daniel Schulte CERN
Jörg Wenninger CERN

Engineering

Name Organisation
Volker Mertens CERN
John Osborne CERN

Technologies

Name Organisation
Frank Gerigk CERN
Jean-Paul Burnet CERN

Implementation, health, safety and environment

Name Organisation
Johannes Gutleber CERN
Luisa Ulrici CERN
Riccardo Crescenzi London School of Economics
Pierre Boillon Cerema

-- AnnaYaneva - 2020-08-27

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