29-30 March 2021
US/Eastern timezone

Due to the COVID-19 virus, we will hold the workshop online using Zoom (password via email to registered participants).

This event is part of the CFNS workshop/ad-hoc meeting series. See the CFNS conferences page for other events.



The COmpact detectoR for the Eic, (CORE) is based on the following key concepts:
  A short overall length (it easily fits the original 4.5 m IR limit),
  A 2-4 T, compact solenoid (90 cm inner bore radius, 2.5 m long),
  A compact all-Si tracker (~45 cm radius),
  A high-performance DIRC (e/pi/K/p PID) in the barrel,
  A 4pi EMCal with up to 2pi (eta < 0) covered with the highest resolution (PWO) for improved electron ID,
  A dual-radiator RICH (aerogel + gas) with outward-focusing mirrors using a common set of photo-sensors,
  High-resolution TOF (< 20 psec ?) in the electron endcap.
  Many elements are flexible, with a variety of possible technological solutions (including forward EMcal, Hcal, etc).

A more detailed description of CORE was given at the March 17–19 IR2 workshop by Pawel Nadel-Turonski: 


The call for abstracts is open
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