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2021 European Committee for Future Accelerators (ECFA) Detector Research and Development Roadmap published.

In the 2020 Update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics, ECFA was mandated to develop a roadmap to balance R&D efforts in Europe, to identify and describe a diversified R&D portfolio that has the largest potential to enhance the performance of the particle physics programme in the near and long term. This task, started in May 2020, was successfully finished and the 2021 ECFA Detector Research and Development Roadmap was just published. The roadmap process was organized in six technology-oriented Task Forces: Gaseous Detectors, Liquid Detectors, Solid State Detectors, Photon Detectors and Particle Identification Detectors, Quantum and Emerging Technologies, Calorimetry and three transversal Task Forces across all technologies and facilities, Electronics and On-detector Processing, Integration, and Training. Anna Colaleo, professor of the Department of Physics of University and Polytechnic of Bari, INFN and CERN associate, was one of the members of the ECFA Detector Roadmap Panel and coordinator, together with Leszek Ropelewski (CERN), of the Gaseous Detectors Task Force. The roadmap was approved on 10th December 2021 by the CERN Council, which stressed the great value of the roadmap in documenting the status of the field as well as the needs for future implementation. The Synopsis and the full document are now available here:

https://cds.cern.ch/record/2784893

 

 

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Pubblicato il: 12/01/2022