For the first time since the launch of the FCC feasibility study, the FCC physics community will gather in hybrid format (in person and online) for the 5th FCC Physics workshop, which will take place at the University of Liverpool (UK) from 7 to 11 February 2022.
The 5th FCC Physics, Experiments and Detectors (PED) workshop will reflect the status and achievements of FCC PED studies and initiate new activities. All PED Working group packages will be represented, Physics Programme, Physics Performance, Detector Concepts and Physics Software and Computing, as well as the joint FCC-ee Accelerator-Experiment working groups (machine-detector interface (MDI) and centre-of-mass energy calibration, polarization and monochromatization (EPOL)). Joint sessions and tutorials will reinforce the synergies between working groups.
The workshop welcomes the widest community, geographically, thematically (colliders and beyond), and members of other ‘Higgs factory’ and future projects.
Registration and abstract submission are open on the Indico page of the workshop, where you will also find details and references about the event.
Up to 150 participants will be allowed on site on a “first-registered, first-served” basis in line with existing COVID-19 and social distancing protocols and recommendations. Remote participants will be able to attend all the plenary and parallel sessions via Zoom, while the poster session and all networking and social events will be for in-person participants only.
Download poster here