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The Forward Physics Facility at the High-Luminosity LHC

@inproceedings{Feng2022TheFP,
  title={The Forward Physics Facility at the High-Luminosity LHC},
  author={Jonathan L. Feng and Felix Kling and Mary Hall Reno and Juan Rojo and Dennis Soldin and Luis A. Anchordoqui and Jamie Boyd and Ahmed Ismail and Lucian A. Harland-Lang and Kevin J. Kelly and V. Pandey and Sebastian Trojanowski and Yu-Dai Tsai and J. M. Alameddine and Takeshi Araki and Akitaka Ariga and Tomoko Ariga and K. Asai and Alessandro Bacchetta and Kincso Balazs and A. J. Barr and Michele Battistin and Jianming Bian and Caterina Bertone and Weidong Bai and Pouya Bakhti and A. Baha Balantekin and Basabendu Barman and Brian Batell and Martin Bauer and Brian A. Bauer and Mathias Becker and Asher Berlin and Enrico Bertuzzo and Atri Bhattacharya and Marco Bonvini and Stewart Boogert and Alexey Boyarsky and Joseph Bramante and Vedran Brdar and Adri{\'a}n Carmona and D. W. Casper and Francesco Giovanni Celiberto and Francesco Cerutti and G. Chachamis and Garv Chauhan and Matthew Citron and Emanuele Copello and Jean-Pierre Corso and Luc Darm'e and Raffaele Tito D’Agnolo and Neda Darvishi and Arindam Das and Giovanni de Lellis and A. De Roeck and Jordy de Vries and Hans Peter Dembinski and Sergey Demidov and Patrick deNiverville and Peter B. Denton and Frank F. Deppisch and P. S. Bhupal Dev and A Di Crescenzo and Keith R. Dienes and Milind Diwan and Herbi K. Dreiner and Yongxu Du and Bhaskar Dutta and P. Duwentaster and L. Michel {\'E}lie and Sebastian A. R. Ellis and Rikard Enberg and Yasaman Farzan and Max Fieg and Ana Luisa Foguel and Patrick Foldenauer and Saeid Foroughi-Abari and J.-F. Fortin and Alexander Friedland and Elina Fuchs and Michael Fucilla and Kai Gallmeister and Alfonso Garcia and C. A. Garc{\'i}a Canal and M. V. Garzelli and R. Gauld and Sumit Ghosh and Anish Ghoshal and Stephen Gibson and Francesco Giuli and Victor P. Gonccalves and Dmitry Gorbunov and Srubabati Goswami and Silvia Grau and Julian Y. Gunther and Marco Guzzi and Andrew Haas and Timo Hakulinen and Steven P. Harris and Julia Harz and Juan Carlos Herrera and Christopher S. Hill and Martin Hirsch and Timothy J. Hobbs and Stefan Hoche and Andrzej Hryczuk and F. Huang and Tomohiro Inada and Angelo Infantino and Ameen Ismail and R. Jacobsson and Sudip Jana and Yu Seon Jeong and Tomas Jevzo and Yongsoo Jho and Krzysztof Jodłowski and Dmitry Kalashnikov and Timo J. Karkkainen and C. Keppel and Jongkuk Kim and Michael Klasen and Spencer R. Klein and Pyungwon Ko and Dominik Kohler and Masahiro Komatsu and Karol Kovavr'ik and Suchita Kulkarni and Jason Kumar and Karan Kumar and Jui-Lin Kuo and Frank Krauss and A. Kusina and Maxim Laletin and Chiara Le Roux and Seung J. Lee and Hye-Sung Lee and Helena Lefebvre and Jinmian Li and Shuailong Li and Yichen Li and Wei Liu and Zhen Liu and Mickael Lonjon and Kunfeng Lyu and Rafał Maciuła and Roshan Mammen Abraham and Mohammad R. Masouminia and J. A. Mcfayden and Oleksii Mikulenko and Mohammed Maher Abdelrahim Mohammed and Kirtimaan A. Mohan and Jorge G. Morf'in and U. Mosel and Martin Mosny and K. F. Muzakka and Pavel M. Nadolsky and Toshiyuki Nakano and Saurabh Nangia and Angel Navascues Cornago and Laurence Nevay and Pierre Ninin and Emanuele R. Nocera and Takaaki Nomura and Rui Nunes and Nobuchika Okada and Fredrick I. Olness and John Andrew Osborne and Hidetoshi Otono and Maksym Ovchynnikov and Alessandro Papa and Junle Pei and Guillermo Peon and G. Perez and Luke Pickering and Simon Platzer and Ryan Plestid and Tanmay Kumar Poddar and Mudit Rai and Meshkat Rajaee and Digesh Raut and Peter Reimitz and Filippo Resnati and Wolfgang Rhode and Peter J. Richardson and Adam Ritz and Hiroki Rokujo and Leszek Roszkowski and Tim Ruhe and Richard Ruiz and M. Sabat{\'e}-Gilarte and A. Sandrock and Ina Sar{\vc}evi{\'c} and Subir Kumar Sarkar and Osamu Sato and Christiane Scherb and I. Schienbein and Holger Schulz and Pedro Schwaller and Sergio J. Sciutto and Dipan Sengupta and L. Shchutska and Takashi Shimomura and Federico Silvetti and Kuver Sinha and Torbjorn Sjostrand and J. Sobczyk and Huayang Song and Jorge F. Soriano and Yotam Soreq and Anna M. Staśto and D. Stuart and Shufang Su and Wei Su and Antoni Szczurek and Zahra Tabrizi and Yosuke Takubo and Marco Taoso and Brooks Thomas and P. A. Thonet and Douglas Tuckler and Agust́ın Sabio Vera and Heinz Vincke and K. N. Vishnudath and Zeren Simon Wang and Martin Wolfgang Winkler and Wenjie Wu and K. Xie and Xun-jie Xu and Tevong You and Ji-Young Yu and Jiang-Hao Yu and Korinna Christine Zapp and Yong-chao Zhang and Yueqian Zhang and Guanghui Zhou and R. Funchal},
  year={2022}
}
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