Jun 21 – 23, 2022
US/Eastern timezone

The Electron Ion Collider (EIC) is one of the most ambitious accelerators designed. The highest design luminosity — aimed at in the first ~10 years of the EIC operations — is 10^{34} cm^{-2}s^{-1}. The aim of this workshop is to look beyond this initial phase and explore which physics might drive such luminosity demands. These talks will include estimations for the increased data sets, impact on detector technologies and discuss the resulting systematic uncertainties and controls over them. Crucially, such an increase in luminosity cannot happen without dedicated accelerator R&D. As such we will have discussions on what accelerator R&D investigations need to be launched now to achieve this future luminosity goal.

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