Detectors and Physics at a Future Linear Collider

  title={Detectors and Physics at a Future Linear Collider},
  author={Boruo Xu},
  • B. Xu
  • Published 23 November 2017
  • Physics
An electron-positron linear collider is an option for future large particle accelerator projects. Such a collider would focus on precision tests of the Higgs boson properties. This thesis describes three studies related to the optimisation of highly granular calorimeters and one study on the sensitivity of Higgs couplings at CLIC. Photon reconstruction algorithms were developed for highly granular calorimeters of a future linear collider detector. A sophisticated pattern recognition algorithm… 

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