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ILC is big in the US P5 process

| 19 June 2014 The ILC came away as a big winner in the P5 process, says LCC Deputy Director Hitoshi Murayama. He gives his take on the importance of the report and its expected positive impact on the ILC in this week's Director's Corner. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , ,

From symmetry: Proposed plan for the future of US particle physics

22 May 2014 The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel’s report, released today, recommends a strategic path forward for US particle physics, reports Kathryn Jepsen in symmetry magazine. Category: Around the World | Tagged: , , , ,

A year in review

| 19 December 2013 With the Higgs boson safely bagged by the LHC and the TDR published the last months were eventful to say the least. Linear Collider Board chair Sachio Komamiya looks back at what happened, what was accomplished in 2013 and what still needs to be done to make the linear collider an operational project in Japan. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , , ,

Steering the direction of US high-energy physics

| 11 July 2013 For the realisation of a linear collider, a significant contribution from the United States is essential. A critical step is that the project is positively included in the US strategy for high-energy physics. The long community planning process – the so-called Snowmass process – will end in a final report to be released at the end of September. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , , , ,

HEPAP discusses reconfigured options for the proposed US long-baseline neutrino experiment

| 4 October 2012 The High Energy Physics Advisory Panel met on 27 and 28 August in Rockville, Maryland, US. A central focus of this meeting was the proposed Fermilab Long Baseline Neutrino Experiment. The meeting included presentations on the physics potential, the reconfiguration options in response to Department of Energy guidance, and perspectives from Fermilab, the collaboration and the DOE. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , ,

HEPAP: advising DOE on the particle physics programme

| 12 April 2012 HEPAP is the official advisory body to DOE for high-energy physics. At their recent meeting from 12 to 13 March, they dealt with US high-energy physics budgets, including future year projections, and how to reconcile them with the US high-energy physics programme. In the process, they covered a wide variety of topics ranging from the future of the US accelerator R&D programme to next-generation dark matter searches. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , ,

From symmetrybreaking: Tevatron to shut down at end of FY2011

13 January 2011 Today we received the news that we will not receive funding for the proposed Tevatron extension and consequently the Tevatron will close at the end of FY2011 as was previously planned. The present budgetary climate did not permit DOE to secure the additional funds needed to run the Tevatron for three more years as recommended by the High Energy Physics Advisory Panel. Category: Around the World | Tagged: , , ,

The convergence of astrophysics and particle physics

| 21 October 2010 [...] The scope of particle physics has grown in recent years to include what we commonly call particle astrophysics, where some of the most important particle physics questions are also of high importance for astrophysics. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , ,

The P5 Report and its implications for the ILC

| 12 June 2008 On Thursday, 29 May, the High Energy Physics Advisory Panel held its spring meeting in Washington, DC. The entire meeting was devoted to the presentation and discussion of the anxiously awaited report "US Particle Physics: Scientific Opportunities: A Strategic Plan for the Next Ten Years," by the Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel, or P5. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , ,

New US Strategic plan for particle physics recommends restored participation in ILC R&D

| 12 June 2008 This past year, our global collaboration was derailed by funding cuts for the ILC in the UK and in the US. (...) Our dedication and perseverance have been challenged, but the science has not changed: particle physics will need a high-energy linear collider. In the US, a new strategic plan for the funding agencies restates the importance of a lepton collider to advances in particle physics. Category: Research Director's Report | Tagged: , ,
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