ILC-ECFA Workshop 2008

Europe/Zurich
Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw, Poland

Description
The Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw, together with the Institute of Nuclear Studies, is very pleased to host the International Linear Collider ECFA Workshop. The Warsaw group is strongly engaged in the world-wide ILC physics and detector studies. A recently established Polish network FITAL aims at coordinating efforts and encouraging closer collaboration of theorists, experimentalists and technicians from Polish universities and research institutes engaged in the ILC-related physics and R&D studies. The workshop is organized under the mandate of the European Committee for Future Accelerators (ECFA) to study the physics and detectors for a linear collider. This European meeting, co-sponsored by CERN and DESY, is part of three regional studies: the European (ECFA ) Study, the North American ( ALCPG ) Study and the Asian ( ACFA ) Study. Results from these studies are combined in the Linear Collider Workshops (LCWS). This year LCWS2008 will take place 16-20 November 2008 at University of Illinois, Chicago. The ILC-ECFA Warsaw workshop is coordinated with the Joint ACFA/GDE Workshop (TILC08) 3-6 March 2008 in Sendai, Japan, and the GDE Meeting - ILC Conventional Facilites and Siting Workshop , 2-6 June 2008 in Dubna (Russia). The event will take place in Warsaw (Poland) at the Warszawski Dom Technika NOT (WDT NOT) and the Auditorium BUW at the University of Warsaw. Both places are at the heart of Warsaw and 5 min walk from each other.
    • LCTPC collaboration meeting at Warsaw Hoża 69, SDT (room 228) (Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw)

      Hoża 69, SDT (room 228)

      Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw

      preceding ILC-ECFA workshop

      (Phonemeeting possible) Sunday 8 June 2008
      West Coast East Coast W.Europe Japan
      05.00 08.00 14.00 21.00

      Details and confirmation phone or EVO meeting will follow later

      For more information go to: http://ilcagenda.linearcollider.org/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=2759

    • 8:00 AM
      Registration desk open
    • Plenary - B. Barish, R. Heuer room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 1
        Greetings from hosts room A

        room A

        Warsaw, Poland

      • 2
        The Path Forward to a Linear Collider and Critical Points of Contact between the GDE and Physics/Detector Effort room A

        room A

        Warsaw, Poland

        Speaker: Barry Barish (GDE)
        Slides
      • 3
        A European vision of the future room A

        room A

        Warsaw, Poland

        Speaker: Rolf Heuer (DESY, CERN)
        Slides
    • 10:40 AM
      Coffee and tea break
    • Plenary - S. Yamada, S. Pokorski room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 4
        The new organisation for physics and detectors room A

        room A

        Warsaw, Poland

        Speaker: Sakue Yamada (Univ. of Tokyo/ KEK)
        Slides
      • 5
        Particle physics beyond the LHC room A

        room A

        Warsaw, Poland

        Speaker: Stefan Pokorski (University of Warsaw)
        Slides
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch break
    • IDAG Plenary Session - M. Davier, J. Hauptman, T. Behnke, H. Weerts room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 6
        Introduction room A

        room A

        Warsaw, Poland

        Speaker: Michel Davier
      • 7
        Fourth concept room A

        room A

        Warsaw, Poland

        Speaker: John Hauptman (Iowa State)
        Slides
      • 8
        ILD room A

        room A

        Warsaw, Poland

        Speaker: Ties Behnke (DESY)
        Slides
      • 9
        SiD room A

        room A

        Warsaw, Poland

        Speaker: Harry Weerts (Argonne National Laboratory)
        Slides
    • 4:20 PM
      Coffee and tea break
    • IDAG (closed) room F

      room F

      Warsaw, Poland

    • Plenary - G. Weiglein, T. Markiewicz, C. Pagani room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 10
        The LHC early phase: implications for the Linear Collider
        Speaker: Georg Weiglein (IPPP Durham)
        Slides
      • 11
        Interfacing Three Detector Design Concepts & One Interaction Region for the LOI
        Speaker: Thomas Markiewicz (SLAC)
        Slides
      • 12
        The European X-Ray Laser Project XFEL and ILC
        Speaker: Carlo Pagani (INFN Milano LASA)
        Slides
    • 7:30 PM
      Welcome cocktail at Sala Zlota UW
    • 8:30 AM
      Registration desk open
    • 1. Calo room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 13
        CALICE SiW ECAL test beam analysis
        Speaker: Mr Laurent MORIN (LPSC Grenible)
        Slides
      • 14
        Results of the CALICE Scintillator ECAL beam test at DESY
        Speaker: Dr Daniel Jeans (Kobe University)
        Slides
      • 15
        CALICE scintillator HCAL test beam results
        Speaker: Erika Garutti (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY))
        Slides
      • 16
        Calice test beam installation at FNAL
        Speaker: Dr Niels Meyer (DESY)
        Slides
    • 2. Higgs room E

      room E

      Warsaw, Poland

      Higgs session (still open for SUSY)

      • 17
        Trilinear couplings in the CP-violating 2HDM
        based on arXiv:0802.0060
        Speaker: Per Osland (Bergen university)
        Slides
      • 18
        Impact of higher dimensional operators on Higgs boson phenomenology
        We discuss effects of anomalous Higgs boson couplings characterized by dimension-six operators on the Higgs boson production and decay processes at the LHC and the ILC. The decay pattern of the Higgs boson and the production cross section of $gg\to H$, $e^+e^- \to t\bar H$, $e^+e^- \to ZHH$ and $e^+e^- \to \nu\bar\nu HH$ can receive large modifications from the anomalous dim-6 couplings under the constraint from currently available data. We also find that the double Higgs boson production $gg\to HH$ is very sensitive to the dimension-six top-Higgs operator. These effects can be detectable at future collider experiments.
        Speaker: Koji Tsumura (ICTP (Trieste))
        Slides
      • 19
        Off-resonance background effects in e+e- -> ttH
        Speaker: Szymon Szczypinski (Silesia University)
        Slides
      • 20
        What about ZHH when MH = 170 GeV
        Speaker: Pierre Lutz (Saclay)
        Slides
    • 3. MDI room B

      room B

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 21
        SiD/MDI Interfaces
        Speaker: Dr Marco Oriunno (SLAC)
        Slides
      • 22
        4th MDI Issues
        Speaker: Prof. John Hauptman (Iowa State)
        Slides
      • 23
        ILD MDI Issues
        Speaker: Dr Karsten Buesser (DESY)
        Slides
      • 24
        Position monitoring around the IP
        Speaker: Dr David urner (University of Oxford)
        Slides
      • 25
        Background studies for the ILD Vertex Detector
        Slides
      • 26
        Inclusion of Wake Fields via a BDSIM/Placet Interface
        Speaker: Dr Grahame Blair (Royal Holloway)
        Slides
    • 5. Tracking/Vtx room C

      room C

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 27
        Summary of WWS Vertex Detector Review
        Speaker: Prof. Chris Damerell (Rutherford)
        Slides
      • 28
        Update of the beam background rate
        Speaker: Rita De Masi (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien (IPHC)-Inst. Nat. Phys)
        Slides
      • 29
        Development of FPCCD Readout ASIC
        Speaker: Yosuke Takubo (Tohoku University)
        Slides
    • 6. IDAG (closed) room F

      room F

      Warsaw, Poland

    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee and tea break
    • 1. Calo room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 30
        DHCAL studies in the US
        Speaker: Prof. Harry Weerts (Argonne National Laboratory)
        Slides
      • 31
        ECAL EUDET Module
        Speaker: Roman Poeschl
        Slides
      • 32
        EUDET HCAL electronics integration
        Speaker: Riccardo Fabbri
        Slides
      • 33
        Toward a cubic meter DHCAL prototype
        Speaker: Dr Vincent Boudry (LLR, Ecole polytechnique)
        Slides
    • 2. SUSY room E

      room E

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 34
        Hunting the invisible sneutrinos at the ILC
        Speaker: Tania Robens (Aachen)
        Slides
      • 35
        CP violation in chargino production at the one-loop level
        We discuss CP violation in nondiagonal chargino production process at the linear collider for unpolarized initial beams. Resulting CP-odd asymmetry is a genuine one-loop effect. We analyze an impact of different types of one-loop corrections on the CP asymmetry. We also show that CP asymmetries in chargino production are sensitive not only to the phase of mu parameter in the chargino sector but also to the phase of stop trilinear coupling A_t.
        Speaker: Krzysztof Rolbiecki (Warsaw University)
        Slides
      • 36
        A study of the sensitivity of the ILC to the di-muon decay of Neutralino-2
        Speaker: Nicola D'Ascenzo (University of Hamburg)
        Slides
      • 37
        Analysis on Smuon Pair Production at ILC based on Full Simulation
        Speaker: Xun Chen (MPI Munich)
        Slides
      • 38
        CP-effects in squark decay chains at LHC and ILC
        Speaker: Gudrid Moortgat-Pick (IPPP Durham)
        Slides
    • 3. MDI room B

      room B

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 39
        Discussion about the IR Interface Document
        Speaker: Dr Thomas Markiewicz (SLAC)
    • 5. Tracking/Vtx room C

      room C

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 40
        Progress Report from the LCFI collaboration
        Speaker: Dr Jaap Velthuis (University of Bristol)
        Slides
      • 41
        Test results of a fast column parallel CMOS sensor
        Speaker: Marie GELIN (CEA/DSM)
        Slides
      • 42
        Beam test results of DEPFETs
        Speaker: Peter Kvasnicka (Faculty of Mathematics and Physics-Charles University)
        Slides
      • 43
        R&D on Pixel Detectors at Fermilab
        Speaker: Marcel Demarteau (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL))
        Slides
    • 6. IDAG (closed) room F

      room F

      Warsaw, Poland

    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch break
    • 1. Detector Performance & software tools room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 44
        Physics Requirements for Jet Energy and Di-Jet Mass Resolution Physics Requirements for Jet Energy and Di-Jet Mass Resolution
        Speaker: Dr Timothy Barklow (SLAC)
        Slides
      • 45
        Confusion Term of PFA and Detector Optimization
        Speaker: Dr Vassily Morgunov (ITEP Moscow/DESY)
        Slides
      • 46
        SiD PFA Development and Results
        Speaker: Dr Marcel Stanitzki (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
        Slides
      • 47
        Strip Clustering in PFA
        Speaker: Dr Daniel Jeans (Kobe University)
        Slides
      • 48
        4th Concept Detector performance
        Speaker: Dr Corrado Gatto (INFN)
        Slides
      • 49
        Tracking Performance of the ILD detector
        Speaker: Alexei Raspereza (MPI Munich)
        Slides
    • 2. Generators room E

      room E

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 50
        CARLOMAT, a program for automatic computation of multiparticle cross sections
        Speaker: Karol Kolodziej
        Slides
      • 51
        PHANTOM: a Monte Carlo event generator for six parton final states at high energy colliders
        Speaker: Giuseppe Bevilacqua
        Slides
      • 52
        News from Herwig++
        Speaker: Andrzej Siodmok (Jagiellonian University Cracow and LPNHE Paris)
        Slides
      • 53
        Ununtegrated NLO evolution kernel for Monte Carlo modelling of the QCD/QED initial state radiadion
        Slides
    • 3. Polarisation room B

      room B

      Warsaw, Poland

      This will be a webex session!!

      WebEx Instructions
      • 54
        Summary Report on the Workshop on Polarizarion and Energy Measurement
        (Talk will be given by webex)
        Speaker: Dr Daniela Kaefer (DESY - FLC)
        Slides
      • 55
        Spin tracking and beam-beam issues
        (Talk will be given via webex)
        Speaker: Anthony Hartin (John Adams Institute)
        Slides
      • 56
        Status of the (polarized) positron source
        Speaker: Sabine Riemann (Institut fuer Hochenergiephysik Zeuthen)
        Slides
      • 57
        Positron target modelling
        Talk shifted to Wednesday, June 11, 14:00
        Speaker: Stefan Hesselbach (University of Durham)
        Slides
    • 4. γγ room C

      room C

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 58
        Implementation of some gg and eg processes at one loop within multi-channel approach of SANC system
        Speaker: Dmitry Bardin and Lidia Kalinovskaya (on behalf of SANC)
      • 59
        QCD issues in photon-photon total cross-section : why we need a photon collider
        Speaker: Giulia Pancheri (INFN)
        Slides
      • 60
        Preliminary results on large angle high energy photons for discovery of New Physics at LHC, ILC, etc.
        Speaker: Ilya Ginzburg (Sobolev Institute of Mathematics SB RAS)
        Slides
      • 61
        Discussion
    • 3:30 PM
      Coffee and tea break
    • 1. Calo room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 62
        Recent dual read-out results and plans
        Speaker: Prof. John Hauptman (Iowa State)
        Slides
      • 63
        Study of strip scintillator with MPPC readout
        Speaker: Dr Katsushige Kotera (Shinshu University)
        Slides
      • 64
        SiPM project at the MPI
        Speaker: Christian Kiesling (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik)
        Slides
      • 65
        Calibration of a scintillator HCAL with SiPM read-out
        Speaker: Dr Angela Lucaci-Timoce (FLC, CALICE, DESY)
        Slides
      • 66
        Optical part of the CMB for AHCAL-CALICE
        Speaker: Mr Jaroslav Zalesak (Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
        Slides
      • 67
        Electronics part of the AHCAL calibration system
        Speaker: Ivo Polak (Institute of Physics - Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
        Slides
    • 2. SUSY+Cosmology room D

      room D

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 68
        The lightest neutralino in the Minimal Non-minimal Supersymmetric Standard model
        We study the neutralino sector of the Minimal Non-minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MNSSM) where the $\mu$ problem of the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) is solved without accompanying problems related with the appearance of domain walls. In the MNSSM as in the MSSM the lightest neutralino can be the absolutely stable lightest supersymmetric particle (LSP) providing a good candidate for the cold dark matter component of the Universe. In contrast with the MSSM the allowed range of the mass of the lightest neutralino in the MNSSM is limited. We establish the theoretical upper bound on the lightest neutralino mass in the framework of this model and obtain an approximate solution for this mass. Finally, cross sections for associated production of this particle at the ILC are presented.
        Speaker: Stefan Hesselbach
        Slides
      • 69
        The dark matter phenomenology of the U(1)extended MSSM
        Speaker: Jonathan Roberts (Warsaw University)
        Slides
      • 70
        Neutralino relic density from ILC measurements in the CPVMSSM
        Speaker: Genevieve Belanger (LAPTH)
        Slides
      • 71
        Model-independent WIMP search: From LDC to ILD
        Speaker: Christoph Bartels (DESY)
        Slides
    • 3. MDI + Gamma-Gamma Technologies room B

      room B

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 72
        Measurement of the differential luminosity using Bhabha events
        Speaker: André Sailer (DESY)
        Slides
      • 73
        Beam energy measurement by means of Compton backscattering
        Speaker: Dr Michele Viti (DESY)
        Slides
      • 74
        Simulation of pair monitor
        Speaker: Dr Kazutoshi Itoh (Tohoku)
        Slides
      • 75
        Beam parameters determination using Beamstrahlung photons and incoherent pairs
        Speaker: Dr Andrey Sapronov (DESY)
        Slides
      • 76
        The EM background environment for the IP feedback system
        Speaker: Prof. Philip Burrows (Oxford University)
        Slides
      • 77
        Status of the photon collider
        Speaker: Prof. Valery Telnov (Budker INP, Novosibirsk)
        Slides
      • 78
        Status of the high-finesse Fabry Perot R&D at Orsay
        Speakers: Dr Fabian Zomer (LAL), Dr Zhiqing Zhang (LAL)
        Slides
      • 79
        Discussion on the photon collider
        Speaker: all
    • 4. Top/QCD EW+Alternative Loopverein room E

      room E

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 80
        Initial studies of the top pair production
        Speaker: Mr Andreas Moll (Max Planck Institut fuer Physik Munich)
        Slides
      • 81
        Finite lifetime effects in top quark pair production at threshold
        Speaker: Dr Christoph Reisser (MPI Munich)
        Slides
      • 82
        Consequences of a 4th generation of quarks and leptons
        Speaker: Mr Francois Richard (LAL Orsay)
        Slides
    • 5. Tracking/Vtx room C

      room C

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 83
        SiLC overview
        Speaker: Valeri Saveliev (Moscow Physical Engineering Institute (MePhl))
        Slides
      • 84
        Status of the SiD Tracking Effort
        The SiD tracker emphasizes low mass silicon tracking over the full angular range. The status of the novel silicon double-metal sensors with kPix readout will be presented as well as the status of the tracking software with emphasis on the forward region.
        Speaker: Marcel Demarteau (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL))
        Slides
      • 85
        All-pixel tracker
        Speaker: Prof. Chris Damerell (Rutherford)
        Slides
      • 86
        Silicon microstrip sensor R&D for the ILC Experiments
        Speaker: Dr Winfried Mitaroff (Austrian Academy of Sciences / Inst. of High Energy Physics)
        Slides
      • 87
        Alignment sensors
        Speaker: Marcos Fernandez Garcia (Instituto de Fisica de Cantabria, Grupo de Altas Energias - Cons)
        Slides
      • 88
        SiLC digitization
        Speaker: Zbynek Drasal (Institute of Particle and Nuclear Physics-Faculty of Mathematics)
        Slides
    • 6. WWS (closed) room F

      room F

      Warsaw, Poland

    • 1. Detector Performance & software tools room B

      room B

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 89
        Mokka - recent developments
        Speaker: Mr Gabriel Musat (CNRS)
        Slides
      • 90
        Status of Marlin
        Speaker: Frank Gaede (DESY)
        Slides
      • 91
        ALPCG Reconstruction Developments
        Speaker: Norman Graf (SLAC)
        Slides
      • 92
        Status of GRID and software tools for ILD optimization studies in Japan
        Speaker: Dr Katsumasa IKEMATSU (KEK/IPNS)
        Slides
    • 2. LHC-LC activities - K. Desch, G. Weiglein room E

      room E

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 93
        Discussion
    • 8:00 PM
      Organ Concert
    • 8:30 AM
      Registration desk open
    • Detector studies room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 94
        SiD
        Speaker: Andrei Nomerotski (University of Oxford)
        Slides
      • 95
        ILD
        Speaker: Mark Thomson (University of Cambridge)
        Slides
      • 96
        Fourth concept
        Speaker: Dr Corrado Gatto (INFN)
        Slides
      • 97
        CLIC detector studies
        Speaker: Albert De Roeck (CERN)
        Slides
    • 10:35 AM
      Coffee and tea break
    • 1. Calo room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

    • 2. Higgs/SUSY + Cosmology room E

      room E

      Warsaw, Poland

      Joint Higgs/SUSY+Cosmology session

      • 98
        New SUSY and Higgs Predictions for the ILC
        Speaker: Sven Heinemeyer (IFCA (Santander))
        Slides
      • 99
        Phase transitions in 2HDM in the early Universe and modern values of parameters. Problems for ILC
        Speaker: Ilja Ginzburg (Sobolev Inst. (Novosibirsk))
        Slides
      • 100
        Higgs CP from e+ e- --> t t H
        Speaker: Rohini Godbole (Tata institute, Bangalore, India)
        Slides
    • 4. Top/QCD EW+Alternative Loopverein room C

      room C

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 101
        Dominant NNLO corrections to W-pair production near threshold.
        The process of W-pair production close to threshold at an electron-positron collider is crucial for a precise determination of the W mass. In this talk we present the dominant NNLO electroweak corrections to the total cross section of e- e+ --> mu- \bar{nu} u \bar{d} X near the W-pair threshold computed in the framework of unstable-particle effective theory, and quantify their impact on the W-mass determination. We also discuss the implementation of realistic experimental cuts on invariant masses and angles in the EFT formalism.
        Speaker: Dr Pietro Falgari (RWTH-Aachen)
        Slides
      • 102
        Two-loop hadronic corrections to Bhabha scattering
        Speaker: Dr Sandro Uccirati (Universita' di Torino)
        Slides
      • 103
        Three Loop Corrections to the MSSM Higgs Boson Mass
        We consider radiative corrections to the mass of the lightest Higgs Boson in the MSSM. In particular, the three-loop SUSY-QCD corrections are computed. We find that our corrections are of the order of 500MeV and thus relevant for both LHC and ILC. The scale dependency of the Higgs mass gets reduced by an order of magnitude compared to previous two-loop calculations, suggesting stability of the perturbative expansion.
        Speaker: Dr Philipp Kant (Universität Karlsruhe)
        Slides
      • 104
        Oblique-parameter constraints on multi-Higgs-doublet models
        We present general expressions for the oblique parameters S, T, U, in the SU(2)xU(1) electroweak model with an arbitrary number of scalar SU(2) doublets, and an arbitrary number of scalar SU(2) singlets. Based on arXiv:0711.4022, arXiv:0802.4353
        Speaker: Per Osland (Bergen university)
        Slides
      • 105
        Constraining SUSY with Electroweak Precision Observables
        arXiv:0710.2972
        Speaker: Sven Heinemeyer (IFCA (Santander))
        Slides
    • 5. DAQ Calo/Tracking/VTX room B

      room B

      Warsaw, Poland

      joint detector session on DAQ

      • 106
        Silicon tracking DAQ
        Speaker: Dr Aurore Savoy-Navarro (LPNHE-UPMC/CNRS-IN2P3)
        Slides
      • 107
        TPC read-out
        Speaker: Dr Xavier Janssen (IIHE - Université Libre de Bruxelles)
        Slides
      • 108
        The front end ASIC for CALICE
        Speaker: Felix Sefkow (DESY)
        Slides
      • 109
        On- and near-detector DAQ work for the EUDET calorimeters
        Speaker: Valeria Bartsch (University College London)
        Slides
      • 110
        Off-detector DAQ work for the EUDET calorimeters
        Speaker: Tao Wu (Royal Holloway College - University of London)
        Slides
    • 6. Physics and experiment board (closed) - S. Yamada room F

      room F

      Warsaw, Poland

    • 12:40 PM
      Lunch break
    • 1. Calo room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 111
        ECal R&D for SiD: Status and Progress
        Speaker: Dr Marcel Stanitzky (RAL)
        Slides
      • 112
        The MAPS ECAL
        Speaker: Dr John Wilson (Birmingham)
        Slides
      • 113
        The luminosity calorimeter
        Speaker: Mr Iftach Sadeh (Tel Aviv University)
        Slides
      • 114
        Systematic effects in luminosity measurement
        Speaker: Dr Ivan Smiljanic (VINCA, Belgrade)
        Slides
      • 115
        Read-out electronics for the LumiCal
        Speaker: Dr Marek Idzik (AGH University of Cracow)
        Slides
    • 2. Higgs room E

      room E

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 116
        Higgs Recoil Mass and Cross Section
        Speaker: Hengne Li (LAL-Orsay)
        Slides
      • 117
        Study of ZH recoil mass
        Speaker: Itoh KAZUTOSHI (Tohoku university)
        Slides
      • 118
        The Charged MSSM Higgs Boson Mass: Meeting the ILC Precision
        Speaker: Sven Heinemeyer (IFCA (Santander))
        Slides
      • 119
        Analysis of 4-jet mode in ZHH
        Speaker: Yosuke Takubo (Tohoku University)
        Slides
    • 3. Polarisation room D

      room D

      Warsaw, Poland

      slides
      • 120
        Positron target modelling
        Speaker: Stefan Hesselbach (University of Durham)
        Slides
      • 121
        Physics with calibration data
        Speaker: Gudrid Moortgat-Pick (Unknown)
        Slides
      • 122
        Calibration issues at the ILC
        Speaker: Dr Klaus Moenig (DESY)
        Slides
      • 123
        Calibration with Z-pole data
        Speaker: Dr Ron Settles (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik)
        Slides
      • 124
        Discussion: use of calibration data for physics
    • 4. Detector Performance & software tools room B

      room B

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 125
        MarlinRave - an alternative for Vertexing and Kinematic Fitting
        Speaker: Fabian Moser
      • 126
        MarlinTPC - A Marlin based TPC software package for the LC-TPC collaboration
        Speaker: Martin Killenberg (Physikalisches Institut - University of Bonn)
        Slides
      • 127
        The LCFIVertex package
        Speaker: Dr Roberval Walsh (University of Edinburgh)
        Slides
      • 128
        New results from LDC-prime Optimization Studies with the Vienna LiC Fast Simulation Tool
      • 129
        Status of tau-pair and SUSY analysis
        Speaker: Mr Taikan SUEHARA (The University of Tokyo)
        Slides
      • 130
        Electron reconstruction in LDCPrime_02Sc_p01 model
        Speaker: Hengne Li (Lab. de l'Accelerateur Lineaire (IN2P3) (LAL) - Universite de Pa)
        Slides
    • 5. Tracking/Vtx room C

      room C

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 131
        Status of the Large Prototype TPC
        Speaker: Peter Schade (DESY)
        Slides
      • 132
        Progress report on the fabrication of Micromegas panels with resistive anode
        Speaker: Paul Colas (CEA/IRFU Saclay)
        Slides
      • 133
        Update on Silicon Pixel Readout for a TPC at NIKHEF
        Speaker: Jan Timmermans (NIKHEF)
        3D helix
        Slides
      • 134
        Performance of a TPC with triple GEM and Pixel Readout at long drift distances
        Speaker: Martin Killenberg (Physikalisches Institut - University of Bonn)
        Slides
      • 135
        Update on Cluster Counting for the tracking of the 4-th Concept
        Speaker: Franco Grancagnolo (INFN Lecce)
        Slides
    • 3:30 PM
      Coffee and tea break
    • 1. ILD room B

      room B

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 136
        Overall
        Speaker: Dr Yasuhiro Sugimoto (KEK)
        Slides
      • 137
        Optimization
        Speaker: Dr Tamaki Yoshioka (ICEPP, Univ. of Tokyo)
        Slides
      • 138
        MDI
        Speaker: Dr Karsten Buesser (DESY)
        Slides
      • 139
        VTX
        Speaker: Marc Winter (Institut de Recherches Subatomiques (IReS))
        Slides
      • 140
        SiTRK
        Speaker: Dr Aurore Savoy-Navarro (LPNHE-Paris/CNRS-IN2P3)
        Slides
      • 141
        TPC
        Speaker: Jan Timmermans (NIKHEF)
        Slides
      • 142
        ECAL
        Speaker: Dr Henri Videau
        Slides
      • 143
        HCAL
        Speaker: Felix Sefkow (DESY)
        Slides
      • 144
        FCAL
        Speaker: Bogdan Powlik
        Slides
      • 145
        DAQ
        Speaker: Gunter Eckerlin (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY))
        Slides
      • 146
        Software
        Speaker: Frank Gaede (DESY)
        Slides
      • 147
        Discussion
        Speaker: all
    • 2. SiD room A

      room A

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 148
        Feedback from IDAG
        Speaker: Prof. Harry Weerts (Argonne National Laboratory)
        Slides
      • 149
        Optimisation
        Speaker: Martin Breidenbach (SLAC)
        Slides
    • 3. 4th room E

      room E

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 150
        IDAF feedback
        Speakers: Dr Corrado Gatto (INFN), Franco Grancagnolo (INFN Lecce), John Hauptman (Iowa State)
      • 151
        Optimisation
        Speaker: all
    • Joint Meeting of ECFA O.C. and Conveners (FJII) room E

      room E

      Warsaw, Poland

    • 8:00 PM
      Conference dinner in Villa Foksal, ul. Foksal 3/5
    • Plenary BUW, Aula (BUW)

      BUW, Aula

      BUW

      • 152
        Higgs
        Speaker: Alexei Raspereza (MPI Munich)
        Slides
      • 153
        SUSY + Cosmology
        Speaker: Genevieve Belanger (LAPTH)
        Slides
      • 154
        Calorimetry
        Speaker: Roman Poeschl
        Slides
      • 155
        Gas Tracking
        Speaker: Klaus Desch (University of Bonn)
        Slides
      • 156
        Vertexing & Si Tracking
        Speaker: Prof. Chris Damerell (Rutherford)
        Slides
      • 157
        DAQ
        Speaker: Gunter Eckerlin (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY))
        Slides
    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee and tea break
    • Plenary BUW, Aula

      BUW, Aula

      Warsaw, Poland

      • 158
        Gamma Gamma Physics
        Speaker: Maria Krawczyk (University of Warsaw)
        Slides
      • 159
        MDI, Polarisation & GG aspects
        Speaker: Dr Karsten Buesser (DESY)
        Slides
      • 160
        Top/QCD Electroweak + Alternatives
        Speaker: Helenka Przysiezniak Frey (Universite de Montreal and CNRS-France)
        Slides
      • 161
        Loopverein+Generators
        Speaker: thorsten ohl
        Slides
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch break
    • Post ECFA, ILD discussion BUW, room 207 (BUW)

      BUW, room 207

      BUW

    • Post ECFA, LCTPC Collaboration meeting BUW, room 107

      BUW, room 107

      Warsaw, Poland