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From CERN: CLIC collaboration considers collider’s unique potential

| 14 March 2019 The annual workshop of the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) attracted more than 200 participants to CERN between 21 and 25 January. The annual workshop summarised the work done in 2018, including the completion of a project implementation plan. "The CLIC project offers a cost-effective and innovative technology and is ready to proceed towards construction with a Technical Design Report. Following the technology-driven timeline CLIC would realise electron-positron collisions at 380 GeV as soon as 2035," Steinar Stapnes, CLIC project leader, said. Read the full report. Category: Feature | Tagged: ,

The CLIC annual workshop highlights technology maturity and increased use ahead of the European Strategy update

and | 1 February 2018 Meeting under the influence: at this year's CLIC workshop, held last week at CERN, participants kicked off preparations for the upcoming update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics. The project also showed its own influence on other projects from LHC upgrades to light sources, plus of course reports from the accelerator and detector developers about latest results from the various challenging R&D projects. Category: Feature | Tagged: , ,