|Report / DETDT
International Linear Collider Physics and Detectors: 2011 Status Report
Abstract: The studies of physics and detectors for the International Linear Collider are an important parallel element to the effort for the ILC Technical Design Report. The studies comprise the physics opportunities, detector requirements, and detector development to achieve the challenging high performance demanded by the physics, as well as integration of detectors into the accelerator. The current phase of this effort began with a call for Letters of Intent (LOIs) in 2007 and will lead to the submission of Detailed Baseline Design (DBD) report together with the ILC Technical Design Report at the end of 2012. Here we summarise the current status of this process, review what it has accomplished and identify the work that still needs to be completed. This report, titled International Linear Collider Physics and Detectors: 2011 Status Report, does just this.
Note: Volume 2
The record appears in these collections:
Documentation > Publications & Notes > Reports
Physics & Detectors > Physics & Detectors - General
Record created 2011-10-14, last modified 2012-03-26