Working Group 3 (Physics and Detectors)

The Working Group 3 is in charge of the physics and detector activities. WG3 aims to raise awareness and interest in the ILC development and expand the community, support newcomers to get involved in physics and detector studies, encourage new ideas for experimentations at the ILC.

The WG3 Steering Group consists of the coordinator (WG3 Chair), deputy coordinators, subgroup conveners, and additional members of the Steering Group.

 


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Leadership of IDT Working Group 3

Coordinator / WG3 Chair Jenny List DESY Germany
Deputy Coordinators Daniel Jeans KEK Japan
Michael Peskin SLAC United States
Roman Pöschl IJCLab – CNRS/IN2P3 France
Jinlong Zhang ANL United States
Steering Group Members Shoji Asai U. Tokyo Japan
Ties Behnke DESY Germany
James Brau U. Oregon United States
Philip Burrows U. Oxford United Kingdom
Dmitri Denisov BNL United States
Francesco Forti INFN-Pisa Italy
Keisuke Fujii KEK Japan
Yuanning Gao Peking U. China
Kajari Mazumdar TIFR India
Patricia McBride Fermilab United States
Hitoshi Murayama UC Berkeley/U. Tokyo United States/Japan
Timothy Nelson SLAC United States
Mihoko Nojiri KEK Japan
Frank Simon MPP – MPG Germany
Phillip Urquijo U. Melbourne Australia
Claude Vallée CPPM – CNRS/IN2P3 France
Andrew White UT Arlington United States
Aleksander Filip Żarnecki U. Warsaw Poland
Speaker’s Bureau Ivanka Božović-Jelisavčić U. Belgrade Serbia
Carsten Hensel CBPF Brazil
Kiyotomo Kawagoe Kyushu U. Japan
Machine-Detector Interface Subgroup Conveners Karsten Buesser DESY Germany
Roman Pöschl IJCLab – CNRS/IN2P3 France
Yasuhiro Sugimoto KEK Japan
Detector and Technology R&D Subgroup Conveners Katja Krüger DESY Germany
Shinya Narita Iwate U. Japan
Marcel Vos IFIC – U. Valencia Spain
Jinlong Zhang ANL United States
Software and Computing Subgroup Conveners Frank Gaede DESY Germany
Daniel Jeans KEK Japan
Jan Strube PNNL/U. Oregon United States
Physics Potential and Opportunities Subgroup Conveners Michael Peskin SLAC United States
Aidan Robson U. Glasgow United Kingdom
Junping Tian U. Tokyo Japan