CERN Yellow Reports: Monographs, Vol 3 (2018): The CLIC potential for new physics

  title={CERN Yellow Reports: Monographs, Vol 3 (2018): The CLIC potential for new physics},
  author={Jorge de Blas and Roberto Franceschini and Francesco Riva and Philipp Roloff and Ulrike Schnoor and Michael Spannowsky and James D. Wells and Andrea Wulzer and Jure Zupan and Samuel Alipour-fard and Wolfgang Altmannshofer and Aleksandr Azatov and Duarte Azevedo and Julien Baglio and Martin Bauer and Fady Bishara and J. J. Blaising and Simon Brass and Dario Buttazzo and Zackaria Chacko and Nathaniel Craig and Y. Cui and Daniel Dercks and P. S. Bhupal Dev and Luca Di Luzio and Stefano Di Vita and Gauthier Durieux and J. Fan and Patr{\'i}cia Maria Ferreira and Claudia Frugiuele and E. Fuchs and Ignacio Garc'ia and M. Ghezzi and Admir Greljo and Ramona Grober and Christophe Grojean and J. L. Gu and Ross John Hunter and Aniket Joglekar and Jan Kalinowski and Wolfgang Kilian and Can Kilic and Wojciech Kotlarski and Marcin Kucharczyk and Emilia Leogrande and L. Linssen and D. Liu and Z. Liu and Davide Maria Lombardo and Ian Low and Oleksii Matsedonskyi and David Marzocca and Ken Mimasu and Alexander Mitov and Manimala Mitra and R. N. Mohapatra and G. Moortgat-pick and Milada M. Muhlleitner and Saereh Najjari and Marco Nardecchia and Matthias Neubert and J. M. No and Giuliano Panico and Luca Panizzi and Ayan Paul and Mart'in Perell'o and Gilad Perez and Alexis D. Plascencia and Giovanni Marco Pruna and Diego Redigolo and Matthew Reece and J{\"u}rgen Reuter and Marc Riembau and T. Robens and Aidan Robson and Krzysztof Rolbiecki and Andr'e Sailer and Kodai Sakurai and Filippo Sala and R. Santos and Matthias Schlaffer and So Young Shim and Brian Shuve and Rosa Simoniello and Dorota Sokołowska and R. G. Strom and Tim M. P. Tait and Andrea Tesi and Andrea Thamm and Naomi van der Kolk and Thibaud Vantalon and Christopher B. Verhaaren and Marcel Vos and Nigel Keith Watson and C. Weiland and Alasdair Winter and Jonas Wittbrodt and Tomasz Wojton and B Q Xu and Z. Y. Yin and Aleksander Filip Żarnecki and C. Zhang and Y. Zhang},
Author(s): Blas, J de; Franceschini, R; Riva, F; Roloff, P; Schnoor, U; Spannowsky, M; Wells, JD; Wulzer, A; Zupan, J; Alipour-Fard, S; Altmannshofer, W; Azatov, A; Azevedo, D; Baglio, J; Bauer, M; Bishara, F; Blaising, J-J; Brass, S; Buttazzo, D; Chacko, Z; Craig, N; Cui, Y; Dercks, D; Dev, PS Bhupal; Luzio, L Di; Vita, S Di; Durieux, G; Fan, J; Ferreira, P; Frugiuele, C; Fuchs, E; Garcia, I; Ghezzi, M; Greljo, A; Grober, R; Grojean, C; Gu, J; Hunter, R; Joglekar, A; Kalinowski, J; Kilian, W… 

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