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4-6 April 2018
US/Central timezone

The main goal of the Workshop is to review, extend and further refine our understanding of the physics potential of the High Luminosity LHC. The workshop aims to stimulate new ideas for measurements and observables, to extend the LHC discovery reach, to improve the modeling of LHC phenomena towards measurements at ultimate precision, and to prepare to exploit the HL-LHC data to the fullest possible extent. The Workshop will also provide the opportunity for more systematic study of physics at the HE-LHC, a new pp collider in the LHC ring with CM energy in the range of 27 TeV.

This meeting will involve the Higgs and EWSB, BSM, and Flavour working groups.

Twiki pages for these, and the other working groups, can be found here.


IMPORTANT: The meeting will take place in IARC

The links to vidyo rooms are available here.

Patrick Fox (Fermilab)
Stefania Gori (U.Cincinnati)
Jure Zupan (U.Cincinnati)