Barry Barish | 18 August 2005I have been writing the Director's Corner weekly since 8 June 2005, and this edition represents my tenth column. It was never my intent that the Director's Corner be a standalone communication, but rather that it be part of a weekly newsletter.
Barry Barish | Next week the Snowmass ILC Workshop will begin. More than 600 participants have already signed up. Snowmass promises to be a very exciting and productive two weeks for the ILC.
Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: Snowmass
Barry Barish | I am often asked where the ILC will be sited. The mere fact that I am asked such a question tells me that some of you think we know more than we are revealing about where the ILC will eventually be located.
Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: ILC site
Barry Barish | Almost a year ago, the International Technology Recommendation Panel recommended that the linear collider be based on superconducting RF technology. The panel report added some important comments regarding this technology.
Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: cold technology
Barry Barish | This week, the "8th ACFA Workshop on Physics and Detectors at the Linear Collider" is being held in Daegu, Korea. ACFA stands for the Asian Committee for Future Accelerators.
Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: ACFA
Barry Barish | Early this morning, I participated in a teleconference of the FALC Resources Group. Today, I will share some information about that meeting and group, as well as my own personal thoughts on the importance of FALC. -- By Barry Barish
Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: FALC
Barry Barish | As we look forward to the Snowmass Workshop, I want to describe events that followed the technology decision that I reviewed last week. I will also describe how the ILC design effort has been organized over the past year.
Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: ILC design