A Muon Collider Facility for Physics Discovery

@inproceedings{Stratakis2022AMC,
  title={A Muon Collider Facility for Physics Discovery},
  author={Diktys Stratakis and N. V. Mokhov and M. Palmer and Nadia Pastrone and Tor O. Raubenheimer and Chris Rogers and Daniel Schulte and Vladimir Shiltsev and J. Tang and Akira Yamamoto and C. Aim{\`e} and Mohammed Attia Mahmoud and Nazar Bartosik and Emanuela Barzi and Andrea Bersani and Alessandro Bertolin and Maurizio Bonesini and Barbara Caiffi and Massimo Casarsa and M. G. Catanesi and A. Cerri and Camilla Curatolo and Mogens Dam and H. Damerau and Ernesto De Matteis and Haluk Denizli and B. Di Micco and Tommaso Dorigo and Stefania Farinon and Frank Filthaut and Davide Fiorina and Dario Giove and Matteo Greco and Christophe Grojean and Tao Han and Sergo Jindariani and Patrick Koppenburg and Karol Krizka and Q J Li and Z. Liu and K. R. Long and Donatella Lucchesi and Samuele Mariotto and Federico Meloni and Claudia Merlassino and E. M'etral and Alessandro Montella and Riccardo Musenich and Marco Nardecchia and Federico Nardi and David Neuffer and S. Pagan Griso and Karolos Potamianos and M. Prioli and Emilio Radicioni and Laura Reina and Cristina Riccardi and Luciano Ristori and L. Rossi and Paola Salvini and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Cerver{\'o} Santiago and A. Senol and Lorenzo Sestini and Massimo Sorbi and G. Stark and Marco Statera and X. Sun and Ilaria Vai and Riccardo Umberto Valente},
  year={2022}
}
Muon colliders provide a unique route to deliver high energy collisions that enable discovery searches and precision measurements to extend our under-standing of the fundamental laws of physics. The muon collider design aims to deliver physics reach at the highest energies with costs, power consumption and on a time scale that may prove favorable relative to other proposed facilities. In this context, a new international collaboration has formed to further extend the design concepts and… 

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