Report on the ECFA Early-Career Researchers Debate on the 2020 European Strategy Update for Particle Physics
A group of Early-Career Researchers (ECRs) has been given a mandate from the European Committee for Future Accelerators (ECFA) to debate the topics of the current European Strategy Update (ESU) for Particle Physics and to summarise the outcome in a brief document . A full-day debate with 180 delegates was held at CERN, followed by a survey collecting quantitative input. During the debate, the ECRs discussed future colliders in terms of the physics prospects, their implications for accelerator and detector technology as well as computing and software. The discussion was organised into several topic areas. From these areas two common themes were particularly highlighted by the ECRs: sociological and human aspects; and issues of the environmental impact and sustainability of our research.
- Pub Date:
- February 2020
- High Energy Physics - Experiment;
- High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
- Editors: A. Bethani, E. Brondolin, A. A. Elliot, J. Garc\'ia Pardi\~nas, G. Gilles, L. Gouskos, E. Gouveia, E. Graverini, N. Hermansson-Truedsson, A. Irles, H. Jansen, K. H. Mankinen, E. Manoni, A. Mathad, J. McFayden, M. Queitsch-Maitland, J. Rembser, E. T. J. Reynolds, R. Sch\"ofbeck, P. Schwendimann, S. Sekmen, P. Sznajder, S. L. Williams, D. Zanzi