High Energy Hadron Colliders - Report of the Snowmass 2013 Frontier Capabilities Hadron Collider Study Group
High energy hadron colliders have been the tools for discovery at the highest mass scales of the energy frontier from the SppS, to the Tevatron and now the LHC. This report reviews future hadron collider projects from the high luminosity LHC upgrade to a 100 TeV hadron collider in a large tunnel, the underlying technology challenges and R&D directions and presents a series of recommendations for the future development of hadron collider research and technology.
- Pub Date:
- October 2013
- Physics - Accelerator Physics
- 28 pages, 18 figures. This document was prepared as the final report of the Frontier Capabilities Hadron Collider Study Group at the 2013 Community Summer Study "Snowmass 2013", Minneapolis, MN, July-August 2013