“We are committed to making the ILC a success” LCWS participants publish “Sendai Statement” in support of the International Linear Collider

Scientists gathering in Sendai, Japan, for a scientific conference about a possible future particle physics project in Japan reconfirm the scientific importance of the ILC and express their commitment to make the ILC a success.

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Japanese government delegation visits Germany and France

by Joachim Mnich (DESY), Maxim Titov (CEA/Irfu) and Marc Winter (CNRS/IN2P3, IPHC)

On 1 and 2 July, a high-level delegation of the Japanese government led by Diet Members and MEXT officials visited Germany and France to show the current status of the ILC project and convey the governmental will to go ahead with the evaluation process towards a final decision. Discussions, which took place at German and French Ministry level, highlighted that the ILC process in Japan is progressing steadily and is considered as a major investment for the future of physics.

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KEK publishes the International Working Group’s Recommendations for International Linear Collider

by Rika Takahashi

KEK published a document on the recommendations for the ILC, a next-generation particle physics project, based on the report by the International Working Group on the ILC.

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LCWS2019 Images

by Rika Takahashi

Images slide from International Workshop on Future Linear Colliders (LCWS 2019).

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    Noe av det heiteste har ganske lenge vært International Linear Collider (ILC), sier Raklev. Det har vært foreslått å legge det til både Cern og til Fermilab i USA, men planene har vært å legge det utenfor Tokyo, i Japan.

  • from GIZMODE
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    Another collaboration hopes to see a International Linear Collider (ILC), a 30-to-50-km (20-to-30-mile) linear collider Japan—Japan would need to pay around half of the $7 billion price tag.

  • from Knack
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    Elders is het een ander verhaal. ‘Japan heeft plannen voor een International Linear Collider (ILC), een rechte versneller van 30 kilometer’, legt D’Hondt uit. ‘Maar het blijft onduidelijk hoe concreet die plannen zijn – de Japanners stellen hun beslissing voortdurend uit.

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    7 October 2019

    HIP is also actively contributing to two conceptually different designs of the next generation CERN particle colliders, compact linear electron-positron collider (CLIC) and future circular collider (FCC).

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    12 September 2019

    Derzeit wird am Cern diskutiert, welcher Beschleuniger dem Large Hadron Collider (LHC) nachfolgen soll. Hoch im Kurs stehen der Linearbeschleuniger Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) und der 100 Kilometer lange Ringbeschleuniger Future Circular Collider (FCC). Welcher wäre Ihr Favorit?

  • from Physics World
    17 September 2019

    Japan has plans for the International Linear Collider (ILC), which would begin by smashing electrons and positrons at 250 GeV, but could ultimately achieve collisions at energies of up to 1 TeV.

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  • from Indian Times
    26 August 2019

    More importantly tough, she’s a part of the International Detector Advisory Group (IDAG) for the International Linear Collider.