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Physics highlights at ILC and CLIC

@article{Lukic2014PhysicsHA,
  title={Physics highlights at ILC and CLIC},
  author={Strahinja Luki'c},
  journal={arXiv: Accelerator Physics},
  year={2014}
}
  • S. Luki'c
  • Published 17 June 2014
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Accelerator Physics
In this lecture, the physics potential for the e+e- linear collider experiments ILC and CLIC is reviewed. The experimental conditions are compared to those at hadron colliders and their intrinsic value for precision experiments, complementary to the hadron colliders, is discussed. The detector concepts for ILC and CLIC are outlined in their most important aspects related to the precision physics. Highlights from the physics program and from the benchmark studies are given. It is shown that… 

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