The goals of the ILD physics working group are
To achieve these goals, the ILD physics working group has a coordination team. The roles of the physics coordination team is to make a task list and set milestones and timeline, organize (currently three) subgroups and collaborate with other parts of ILD (for detector optimization in particular) as well as with the LCC physics working group, monitor and, if needed, guide and/or help progress of each subgroup, communicate the achievements to appropriate targets as needed, thereby positively influencing decision makers, while contributing to international and regional strategy discussions.
The structure and the current members of the coordination team of the ILD physics working group are shown below:
There are some gray zones between the three subgroups. For the overlaps, we tentatively draw the boundaries in the following way:
The BSM/NP subgroup takes care of simulation studies for direct production of new particles. Specific BSM interpretations of analyses done in other working groups will be done in collaboration with the LCC physics working group and other theory colleagues.
There are bi-weekly ILD Software and Analysis phone meetings ( see: http://agenda.linearcollider.org/category/131/ ) every other Wednesday.
Subscribe to the ild-detector-optimisation mailing list in order to get the invitations to these meetings.
To request a time slot for a talk in this series of meetings, send a message to the mailing list for the working group conveners: email@example.com
Each bi-weekly meeting has a physics focus which rotates among the three subgroups. It was decided, however, that until the current benchmark analyses are completed for the ILD Design Report (IDR) we will hold our Software and Analysis meetings weekly with no particular physics focus so as to finish up the IDR as scheduled.
The short-term schedule is shown here
April 7: chaired by Filip Zarnecki
April 14: chaired by Keisuke Fujii
April 21: chaired by Daniel Jeans
April 28: chaired by Frank Gaede
for the coming ~2 months period.
There are additional subgroup mailing lists:
which are mainly for communication among active people, not so much for every interested ILD member to stay informed.
The list of the selected physics benchmarks can be found here.
Mostly for researchers
For general public