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The CLIC Detector and Physics Programme

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The Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) is a next generation electron-positron collider with access to the multi-TeV regime. Its staging capabilities and broadly scoped physics potential make this a compelling option for a future facility. The detector requirements for precision measurements drive an active R&D program. Current initiatives include hardware R&D for vertex pixel sensors, studies of tungsten absorbers in hadronic calorimeters, a comprehensive study of a cost-controlled option for an electromagnetic calorimeter, as well as a number of physics simulation studies. I will present an overview over the CLIC physics capabilities and over current activities in the CLIC Detector and Physics studies group.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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