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Report of the Instrumentation Frontier Working Group for Snowmass 2021

@inproceedings{Barbeau2022ReportOT,
  title={Report of the Instrumentation Frontier Working Group for Snowmass 2021},
  author={P. S. Barbeau and Petra Merkel and Jinlong Zhang and Darin Acosta and Anthony Allen Affolder and Artur Apresyan and Marina Artuso and Vallary Shashikant Bhopatkar and Stephen Butalla and Gabriella Carini and Thomas C. Cecil and Amy L. Connolly and Carl Eric Dahl and Allison McCarn Deiana and Katherine Dunne and Carlos O. Escobar and Juana Adela Fong Estrada and Farah Fahim and James E. Fast and Maurice Garcia-Sciveres and Roxanne Guenette and Michael T. Hedges and Kent Irwin and Albrecht Karle and Wesley Ketchum and S. Kravitz and W. Hugh Lippincott and Reina H. Maruyama and J. C. McIver and F. M. Newcomer and J. F. Parsons and Matthew Pyle and J L Raaf and Christopher Rogan and Mayly Sanchez and Ian Peter Joseph Shipsey and Bernd Surrow and Maxim Titov and S. E. Vahsen and Caterina Vernieri and Andrew P. White and Steven Worm and Minfang Yeh and Rachel Yohay and Jacob Zettlemoyer Duke University and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and Argonne National Laboratory and Rice University and University of California at Santa Cruz and Syracuse University and Ohio University and Florida Institute of Technology and Brookhaven National Laboratory and Northwestern University and Southern Methodist University and Stockholm University and Jefferson Lab and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of Manchester and Purdue University and St. Francis Xavier University and University of Wisconsin - Madison and University of California at Santa Barbara and Yale University and University of British Columbia and University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University and University of California Berkeley and University of Kansas and Florida State University and Oxford University and Temple University and Irfu and Cea and Universit'e Paris-Saclay and University of Hawaii and Stanford Linear Accelerator Laboratory and University of Texas at Arlington and Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron and Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin},
  year={2022}
}
D. Acosta, A. A. Affolder, A. Apresyan, M. Artuso, V. Bhopatkar, S. Butalla, G. A. Carini, T. Cecil, A. Connolly, C. E. Dahl, A. Deiana, K. Dunne, C. O. Escobar, J. Estrada, F. Fahim, J. E. Fast, M. Garcia-Sciveres, R. Guenette, M. T. Hedges, K. Irwin, A. Karle, W. Ketchum, S. Kravitz, W. H. Lippincott, R. H. Maruyama, J. McIver, M. Newcomer, J. Parsons, M. Pyle, J. L. Raaf, C. Rogan, M. Sanchez, I. Shipsey, B. Surrow, M. Titov, S. E. Vahsen, C. Vernieri, A. P. White, S. Worm, M. Yeh, R. Yohay… 

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