IFD 2014 - INFN Workshop on Future Detectors for HL-LHC
Italy has been one of the key players in the effort which led to the discovery awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize for Physics, with a highly recognized technological contribution both to the LHC and the experiments.
The top priority of the European Strategy for Particle Physics is the exploitation of the full potential of the LHC including the high-luminosity upgrade of the machine and detectors.
The Workshop will focus on the upgrades of the experiments for the HL-LHC, primarily needed for:
- tracking, calorimetry and muon systems, with associated front-end and read-out electronics
- trigger, data acquisition and computing
The goal is to establish a framework to discuss and work on new ideas for research and development where expertise can be shared and expand across the different INFN experimental groups.
This process aims also to promote a constructive interaction with national industry, research centers and facilities to better prepare for Horizon2020 applications.
Scientific Advisory Committee:
- Gian Mario Bilei (INFN Perugia)
- Roberto Carlin (INFN e Università di Padova)
- Francesca Cavallari (INFN Roma 1)
- Marina Cobal (INFN Trieste e Università di Udine)
- Marco Dallavalle (INFN Bologna)
- Giovanni Darbo (INFN Genova)
- Anna Di Ciaccio (INFN e Università di Roma Tor Vergata)
- Paolo Giacomelli (INFN Bologna)
- Mauro Iodice (INFN Roma 3)
- Donatella Lucchesi (INFN e Università di Padova)
- Vito Manzari (INFN Bari)
- Andrea Negri (INFN e Università di Pavia)
- Enrico Pasqualucci (INFN Roma 1)
- Nadia Pastrone (INFN Torino)
- Tommaso Tabarelli de Fatis (INFN e Università Milano Bicocca)
- Francesco Tartarelli (INFN Milano)
Local Organizing Committee:
- Gian-Franco Dalla Betta (INFN e Università di Trento)
- Maurizio Boscardin (Fondazione Bruno Kessler)
- Martina Lorenzi (Università di Trento)