The LHC Early Phase for the ILC
Instructions for Speakers
Live Streaming Video of Workshop
Transportation and Accommodations at Fermilab
Instructions for Accessing the Fermilab Wireless Network
The LHC will produce its first physics data at 14 TeV in 2008 and has the promise of making groundbreaking discoveries with the first few femtobarns of data. This will certainly have profound implications for the complete high energy physics program. It is now time to examine the scenarios that may occur in the early phase of the LHC operation and investigate their impact for ILC physics.
A workshop on the LHC early phase and its impact on the ILC will be held at Fermilab, April 12-14, 2007. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together the LHC and ILC experimental and theoretical community with interest in collider physics to assess the prospects for LHC/ILC interplay based on early LHC data with an integrated luminosity of about 10 fb-1.
The workshop will combine plenary and working sessions, with the idea of initiating specific projects in these areas. We expect this activity will ramp up into a series of workshops throughout 2007 and 2008.