Towards an Advanced Linear International Collider

Erik Adli, Weiming An, Bernhard Hidding, ALEGRO Collaboration

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This document provides detailed information on the status of Advanced and Novel Accelerators techniques and describes the steps that need to be envisaged for their implementation in future accelerators, in particular for high energy physics applications. It complements the overview prepared for the update of the European Strategy for particle physics, and provides a detailed description of the field. The scientific priorities of the community are described for each technique of acceleration able to achieve accelerating gradient in the GeV range or above. ALEGRO working group leaders have coordinated the preparation of their working group contribution and contributed to editing the documents. The preparation of this document was coordinated by the Advanced LinEar collider study GROup, ALEGRO. The content was defined through discussions at the ALEGRO workshop in Oxford UK, March 2018, and an advanced draft was discussed during a one day meeting prior to the AAC workshop in Breckenridge, CO, USA, August 2018. This document was submitted as an addendum to the ALEGRO submission1 to the European Strategy for Particle Physics.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputDocument - PDF
Number of pages83
Place of PublicationIthaca, NY.
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jan 2019


  • international collider
  • advanced and novel accelerators
  • multi-TeV electron- positron linear collider
  • n Advanced Linear International Collider
  • ALIC


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