The Large Hadron-Electron Collider at the HL-LHC

  title={The Large Hadron-Electron Collider at the HL-LHC},
  author={Pedro Agostini and Husnu Aksakal and Harmon B. Alan and Sergey I. Alekhin and Phillip Allport and Nansi Andari and K. D. J. Andr{\'e} and D. Angal-Kalinin and Stefan Antusch and L. Aperio Bella and Liliana Apolin{\'a}rio and Robert J. Apsimon and Armen Apyan and G. Arduini and V. Arı and Aaron James Armbruster and N{\'e}stor Armesto and Bernard Auchmann and Kurt Aulenbacher and Georges Azuelos and Sladjana Backovic and Ian R. Bailey and Shaun Bailey and Fabrice Balli and Subhasish Behera and Olaf Behnke and Ilan Ben-Zvi and Michael Benedikt and J{\"o}rg Bernauer and Sergio Bertolucci and Sudhansu Sekhar Biswal and Johannes Blumlein and Alex Bogacz and Marco Bonvini and Maarten Boonekamp and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}rick Bordry and G. R. Boroun and Luca Bottura and S{\'e}bastien Bousson and Antonio O. Bouzas and Chiara Bracco and Juraj Bracinik and Daniel Britzger and Stanley J. Brodsky and Christelle Bruni and Oliver S. Bruning and H. Burkhardt and Orhan Cakir and R. Calaga and Allen Caldwell and A. Caliskan and Stefano Camarda and Nuria Catalan-Lasheras and Kevin Cassou and Jan {\vC}epila and Volkan Çetinkaya and V. A. Chetvertkova and Brian A. Cole and B. Coleppa and Amanda Cooper-Sarkar and {\'E}ric Cormier and Alan S. Cornell and Roberto Corsini and Emilia Cruz-Alaniz and James Currie and David Curtin and Mauro D’Onofrio and John B. Dainton and E. Daly and A. Das and S. P. Das and Luca Dassa and Jorge de Blas and Luigi delle Rose and Haluk Denizli and Kaustubh Deshpande and David Douglas and Luc{\'i}a Duarte and Kevin Dupraz and Sukanta Dutta and Anatoly V. Efremov and Ralf Eichhorn and Kari J. Eskola and Elena Gonzalez Ferreiro and Oliver Fischer and O. Flores-S'anchez and Stefano Forte and Andrea Gaddi and J. Gao and Thomas Gehrmann and A. Gehrmann-De Ridder and Frank Gerigk and Andrew Gilbert and Francesco Giuli and A. Glazov and Nigel Glover and R. Godbole and Brennan Goddard and Victor P. Gonccalves and Gabriel A. Gonz{\'a}lez-Sprinberg and Anuj Goyal and Joseph Grames and Eduardo Granados and Anna Grassellino and Yusuf Oguzhan Gunaydin and Y. C. Guo and Vadim Guzey and Claire Gwenlan and A. Hammad and C. Han and Lucian A. Harland-Lang and Friedrich Haug and Francesco Hautmann and Daniel Hayden and Jan Paul Hessler and Ilkka J. Helenius and James Henry and J. Hern{\'a}ndez-S{\'a}nchez and Hoda Hesari and Timothy J. Hobbs and Noam Tal Hod and Georg H. Hoffstaetter and Bernhard J. Holzer and Carlos Gerardo Honorato and Ben I. Hounsell and Ning Hu and Florian Hug and Alexander Huss and A. Hutton and Rashidul Islam and Sho Iwamoto and S. Jana and Mark{\'e}ta Jansov{\'a} and Erk Jensen and Tim Jones and John M Jowett and Walid Kaabi and M. Kado and Denis A. Kalinin and Hande Karadeniz and S Kawaguchi and Umit Kaya and Rabah Abdul Khalek and Hamzeh Khanpour and A. Kilic and Max Klein and U. Klein and Stefan Kluth and M. Koksal and F. Kocak and Maxim Korostelev and P{\'a}l Kostka and Michal Krelina and Jan Kretzschmar and Sinan Kuday and Gennadii N. Kulipanov and M. Kumar and Masahiro Kuze and Tuomas Lappi and F. Larios and Andrea Latina and P. J. Laycock and Guang-jiu Lei and Evgeni Levitchev and Sergey Levonian and Aharon Levy and R. Li and X. Li and H. Liang and Vladimir N. Litvinenko and M. Liu and T. Liu and W. Liu and Y. Liu and Simonetta Liuti and Ewelina Maria Lobodzinska and David Longuevergne and X B Luo and W. Ma and Magno V. T. Machado and S. Mandal and Heikki Mantysaari and Frank Marhauser and Cyrille Marquet and Alke Martens and Romualdo Mart{\'i}n and Simone Marzani and J. A. Mcfayden and P. A. Mcintosh and Bruce Mellado and F. M{\'e}ot and Attilio Milanese and Jos'e Guilherme Milhano and Boris Militsyn and Manclar Mitra and S. O. Moch and M. Mohammadi Najafabadi and S. Mondal and S. Moretti and T. A. Morgan and Astrid Morreale and Pavel M. Nadolsky and F. S. Navarra and Zafer Nergiz and P. R. Newman and Jan Niehues and E. Nissen and Marek Nowakowski and Nobuchika Okada and Gilles Olivier and Fredrick I. Olness and Guillaume Olry and John Andrew Osborne and Aysuhan Ozansoy and R. Q. Pan and Brett Parker and M. Patra and Hannu Paukkunen and Yann Peinaud and Dario Pellegrini and Gustavo P{\'e}rez-Segurana and Diego Perini and Luc Perrot and Norbert Pietralla and Ercan Piliçer and B. Pire and J. Pires and Ringailė Pla{\vc}akytė and Matt Poelker and Richard Polifka and Alessandro Pollini and Poulose Poulose and Gavin Pownall and Yu. A. Pupkov and Farinaldo S. Queiroz and Klaus Rabbertz and Voica Ana Maria Radescu and Rozina Rahaman and Santosh Kumar Rai and N. Raicevic and Peter Ratoff and Ahmed Nabih Zaki Rashed and Digesh Raut and Sreerup Raychaudhuri and Jos{\'e} Repond and Amir Hossein Rezaeian and Robert A. Rimmer and Louis Rinolfi and Juan Rojo and Alexandro Martagon Rosado and Xifeng Ruan and Stephan Russenschuck and Mehmet Şahin and C. Salgado and Oscar Alfredo Sampayo and Kumar Satendra and N. Satyanarayan and Bjoern Schenke and K. M. Schirm and Herwig Franz Schopper and Matthias Schott and Daniel Schulte and Christian Schwanenberger and T. Sekine and A. Senol and Andrei Seryi and Sadiq Setiniyaz and L. Shang and X. Shen and Nicholas Shipman and Nita Sinha and Wojciech Słomiński and S. Smith and Carlos Solans and M. Song and Hubert Spiesberger and J. L. Stanyard and Alexandr Starostenko and Anna M. Staśto and Achille Stocchi and Mark Strikman and M. J. Stuart and Saleh Sultansoy and H. Sun and M. R. Sutton and L. Szymanowski and Ilhan Tapan and D. Tapia-Takaki and M. Tanaka and Y. K. Tang and Ahmet Tolga Taşçı and A. T. Ten-Kate and P. A. Thonet and R. Tom{\'a}s-Garcia and Davide Tommasini and D. Trbojevic and Michael Trott and I. P. Tsurin and A. A. Tudora and Ilkay Turk Cakir and Konrad Tywoniuk and Cynthia Vallerand and Alessandra Valloni and D Verney and Eva Vilella and D M Walker and Samuel Wallon and B. Wang and K. Wang and X. Wang and Z. Wang and H. Wei and Carsten Peter Welsch and Gerard Willering and Peter H. Williams and Daniel Wollmann and Chen Xiaohao and T. Xu and Carlos E. Yaguna and Y. Yamaguchi and Yuji Yamazaki and H. J. Yang and A. Yilmaz and Ph. Yock and Chong-Xing Yue and Shahnam Gorgi Zadeh and O. Zenaiev and C. C. Zhang and J. Zhang and R. Zhang and Z. Zhang and G. Zhu and S. Zhu and Frank Zimmermann and Fabian Zomer and Jose Zurita and P'ia Zurita},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Experiment},
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