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Report on the physics at the HL-LHC and perspectives for the HE-LHC
Abstract: Manuscript of volume 2 of the Yellow Report on the "Workshop on the Physics of HL-LHC and perspectives at HE-LHC" containing a collection notes produced by the ATLAS and CMS collaborations as input to the Yellow Report volume 1.
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The ”Workshop on the Physics of HL-LHC and Perspectives at HE-LHC” [1], which took place between October 2017 and December 2018 at CERN, represented an LHC-wide effort of experimentalists and theorists with the aim to review and further refine the under-standing of the physics potential of the High-Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC), and to prepare the exploitation of the HL-LHC data to the fullest possible extent. The workshop also provided an opportunity to begin a more systematic study of the physics at the High-Energy LHC, a possible new pp collider project in the LHC ring with a centre-of-mass energy of about 27 TeV. The HL/HE-LHC workshop studies benefitted from the experience gained with the data analysis and physics simulation of the LHC Runs 1 and 2. The results extend and further refine previous studies produced for the Update of the European Strategy of Particle Physics in 2012–2013 [2], the ECFA HL-LHC workshops in 2013, 2014 and 2016 [3], as well as the Snowmass Workshop on the planning for the Future of U.S. Particle Physics in 2013 [4].The workshop was organized in five working groups, on QCD, electroweak and top quark physics (WG1), Higgs boson and electroweak symmetry breaking (WG2), Beyond the Stan-dard-Model physics (WG3), flavour physics (WG4), and high-density QCD physics (WG5).The reports from the five working groups are available on the arXiv [5]. The most important results were summarized in two ten-page documents, submitted to the European Strategy Group in December 2018 [6]. This book collects the original notes from the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations, used as input to the workshop and to the reports of the working groups [5].
1 LPCC (LHC Physics Center at CERN) The HL/HE-LHC Workshop Homepage at the LPCC workshop page
2 ESG (European Strategy Group) European Strategy for Particle Physics Update 2012-2013 ESG web page
3 ECFA High-Luminosity LHC Workshop - 2013 workshop page
3 ECFA High-Luminosity LHC Workshop - 2014 workshop page
3 ECFA High-Luminosity LHC Workshop - 2016 workshop page
4 Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society Planning the Future of U.S. Particle Physics The Snowmass 2013 Proceedings -- N. A. Graf, M, E. Peskin, and J. L. Rosner editors
5 WG1 Standard Model Physics Editors: P. Azzi, S. Farry, P. Nason, A. Tricoli, and D. Zeppenfeld 1902.04070
5 WG2 Higgs Physics Editors: M. Cepeda, S. Gori, P. Ilten, M. Kado, and F. Riva 1902.00134
5 WG3 Beyond the Standard Model Physics Editors: X. Cid Vidal, M. D’Onofrio, P. J. Fox, R. Torre, and K. A. Ulmer 1812.07831
5 WG4 Flavour Physics Editors: A. Cerri, V. V. Gligorov, S. Malvezzi, J. Martin Camalich, and J. Zupan 1812.07638
5 WG5 High Density QCD Physics Editors: Z. Citron, A. Dainese, J.F. Grosse-Oetringhaus, J. M. Jowett, Y.-J. Lee, U. A. Wiedemann, and M. Winn 1812.06772
6 ESG (European Strategy Group) European Strategy for Particle Physics Update 2018-2020 EPPSU web page
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