Wayne State University, Department of Physics and Astronomy


Wednesday 4 November 1998 (Note Special Day)

The Next Linear Collider

Charles Baltay, Yale University

A linear e+e- collider with an energy of 0.5-1.5 TeV is an attractive option for the next step in High Energy Physics. I will discuss the physics studies such a machine would enable, the design of the collider, and the design of a detector to observe such collisions.

Colloquium starts at 16:00 in Room 245 and lasts about 1 hour including questions. Refreshements are served at 15:30 in room 245.

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