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Theory report on the 11th FCC-ee workshop

@inproceedings{Blondel2019TheoryRO,
  title={Theory report on the 11th FCC-ee workshop},
  author={Alain Blondel and Janusz Gluza and Stanislaw Jadach and Patrick Janot and Tord Riemann and S. Abreu and Jos{\'e} de Jes{\'u}s Aguilera-Verdugo and Andrej B. Arbuzov and Julien Baglio and Supratim Das Bakshi and S. Banerjee and M. Beneke and Christoph Bobeth and Christian Bogner and Sergey G. Bondarenko and Sophia Borowka and Simon Brass and Carlo Michel Carloni Calame and Joydeep Chakrabortty and Mauro Chiesa and M. Chrzaszcz and David d’Enterria and Florian Domingo and Jozef Dormans and F{\'e}lix Driencourt-Mangin and Yahor Dydyshka and Jens Erler and F. Febres Cordero and John A. Gracey and Zhi-Guo He and Gudrun Heinrich and Sven Heinemeyer and Ina Honemann and Harald Ita and S. Jahn and Fred Jegerlehner and S. P. Jones and L. Kalinovskaya and Adam Kardos and M. Kerner and Wolfgang Kilian and Stefan Kluth and Bernd A. Kniehl and Andreas Maier and Philipp Maierhofer and Guido Montagna and Oreste Nicrosini and Thorsten Ohl and Ben Page and Sebastian Pa{\ss}ehr and Sunando Kumar Patra and Fulvio Piccinini and R. Pittau and Wieslaw Placzek and Judith Plenter and Selomit Ram'irez-Uribe and J{\"u}rgen Reuter and Germ{\'a}n Rodrigo and Vincent Rothe and L. Rumyantsev and Renat Sadykov and J. Schlenk and German F. R. Sborlini and Matthias Schott and Armin Schweitzer and Christian Schwinn and Maciej Skrzypek and G'abor Somogyi and Michael Spira and Pascal Stienemeier and Robert Szafron and Kirsten Tempest and William J. Torres Bobadilla and Szymon Tracz and Zolt'an Tr'ocs'anyi and Zolt'an Tulip'ant and Johann Usovitsch and Andrii Verbytskyi and Bennie F. L. Ward and Zbigniew Was and Georg Weiglein and C Weiland and Stefan Weinzierl and Vitaly Yermolchyk and Scott A. Yost and Jose Zurita},
  year={2019}
}
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