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1 1 Accelerators 1.1 Hadron injectors Overall design parameters Performance and gap of existing injector chain Performance and gap of existing injector chain Baseline parameters for hadron collider and HE LHC option Functional machine design Beam dynamics and collective effects Collimation concepts Injection and extraction design Ion beam operation design considerations Lattice design and single particle dynamics Machine protection needs and concepts Radiation effects High energy booster performance needs and coneptual design HE LHC injector performance needs and conceptual design Technical systems Technologies that require R&D Beam diagnostics requirements and concepts Beam transfer elements requirements and concepts Collimation systems and absorber requirements and conceptual design Control system requirements Dump and stopper requirements and concepts Element support, survey and alignment requirements and concepts Machine protection needs and concepts Normal magnet requirements and element conceptual design Power converter requirements and conceptual design Quench protection and stored energy management requirements and concepts RF requirements and conceptual design Superconducting magnet and cryostat requirements and conceptual design Vacuum system requirements and conceptual design New low energy beam transfer lines Ion source requirements and concepts Existing injectors decommissioning/upgrade/replacement 1.2 Hadron collider Overall design parameters Baseline layout Baseline parameters Baseline parameters for HE LHC Injector complex requirements and constraints Physics requirements Staging scenarios Functional machine design Single beam collective effects Beam beam collective effects and dynamic aperture Collimation and absorber concepts Injection and extraction concepts and designs Page 1 of 13

2 Ion beam operation design considerations Interaction region and final focus design Lattice design and integration and single particle dynamics Machine detector interface Machine protection, magnet protection, QPS, BLM concepts Radiation maps and effects HE LHC performance needs and conceptual design RF and feedback conceptual design Technical systems Technologies that require R&D Beam diagnostics requirements and conceptual design Beam transfer elements requirements and conceptual design Collimation systems and absorber requirements and conceptual design Control system requirements Dump and stopper requirements and conceptual design Element support, survey and alignment requirements and concepts Machine detector interface system needs and conceptual design Machine protection system requirements and conceptual design Normal magnet requirements and element conceptual design Power converter requirements and conceptual design Quench protection and stored energy management requirements and concepts RF requirements and conceptual design Superconducting magnet and cryostat requirements and conceptual design Proximity cryogenics for superconducting magnets and RF Vacuum system requirements and conceptual design Shielding Cryogenic beam vacuum system 1.3 Lepton injectors Overall design parameters Baseline layout Baseline parameters Functional machine design LEP chain performance and gaps LEP chain compatibility with hadron injectors New injector chain baseline Technical systems Low energy beam transfer lines LIL/EPA re installation feasibility Existing injectors to be decommissioned for lepton operation Technologies that require R&D SuperKEKB type injector option CTF3 option usability Planned LHeC test facility usability Electron and positron sources 1.4 Lepton collider Overall design parameters Baseline layout Page 2 of 13

3 Baseline parameters Injector complex requirements and constraints Physics requirements Staging scenarios Functional machine design Beam beam effects Impedance and single beam collective effects Collimation and absorber concepts Injection and extraction concepts and designs Interaction region and final focus design Booster ring conceptual design and integration Lattice design and single particle dynamics Polarization and energy calibration Machine detector interface Machine protection concepts Radiation effects Technical systems Technologies that require R&D Beam diagnostics requirements and conceptual design Beam transfer elements requirements and conceptual design Collimation systems and absorber requirements and conceptual design Control system requirements Dump and stopper requirements and conceptual design Element support, survey and alignment requirements and concepts Machine detector integration Machine protection system requirements and conceptual design Normal magnet requirements and element conceptual design Power converter requirements and conceptual design Quench protection and stored energy management requirements and concepts RF system requirements and conceptual design Superconducting magnet and cryostat requirements and conceptual design Proximity cryogenics for RF and magnets Vacuum system requirements and conceptual design Shielding 1.5 Lepton hadron collider Overall design parameters Baseline layout for lepton hadron ring ring collider Baseline parameters for lepton hadron ring ring collider Baseline layout for lepton hadron Linac ring collider Baseline parameters for lepton hadron Linac ring collider Functional machine design Beam dynamics related to parallel ep/pp operation for lepton hadron LR Beam dynamics related to parallel ep/pp operation for lepton hadron RR Interaction region and final focus design for lepton hadron LR Interaction region and final focus design for lepton hadron RR Machine and tunnel integration concepts Machine detector interface Page 3 of 13

4 Machine protection concepts Technical systems Beam transfer elements requirements and concepts Machine detector integration for lepton hadron RR Machine detector integration for lepton hadron LR Machine protection needs and concepts Insertion magnet conceptual design Vacuum system requirements and conceptual design 1.6 Technology R&D T Superconducting Magnet Program Accelerator magnet design study for hadron collider Nb3Sn material R&D T short model construction T support technologies Magnet/collider integration studies T Superconducting Magnet Program T HTS insert HTS Material R&D T magnet design Injector/Booster Magnet Program Superferric HTS magnet Superferric HTS short model Performance of ramped SC magnets MW RF Program Cavity design Optimisation of cryogenic power consumption Multi beam klystron demonstrator Klystron working point for optimum efficiency Cryo module and ancillary systems design Specific Technologies Program More efficient, compact and higher capacity helium cryo plants Non conventional cryogen mixtures for efficient refrigeration below 100 K 2 Physics and experiments 2.1 Hadron collider physics Exploration of EW Symmetry Breaking High mass WW scattering, high mass HH production Rare Higgs production/decays and precision studies of Higgs properties Additional BSM Higgs bosons: discovery reach and precision physics programme New handles on the study of non SM EWSB dynamics Exploration of BSM phenomena Discovery reach for various scenarios Theoretical implications of discovery/non discovery of BSM scenarios Continued exploration of SM particles Physics of the top quark Physics of the bottom quark Physics of the tau lepton W/Z physics Page 4 of 13

5 QCD dynamics Opportunities other than pp physics Heavy Ion Collisions Fixed target experiments Smaller size experiments for dedicated purposes Theoretical tools for the study of 100 TeV collisions Parton Distribution Function MC generators N^nLO calculations 2.2 Hadron collider experiments Detector performance Rapidity coverage for tracking, leptons, jets Forward tracking and b tag vs pile up density Electromagnetic calorimeter: dynamic range, forward granularity Forward jet tagging Muon resolution in the O(10 TeV) region Optimisation of the bunch spacing (trigger and readout vs pile up) Technical systems Technologies that require R&D Detector technologies Radiation effects Shielding ECAL HCAL Magnet system Muon detection Inner detector Tracking Trigger system Data acquisition, detector controls and detector safety Detector machine Interface L*, TAS, TAN locations and specifications Bunch structure, luminous region and crossing angle Beam pipe and vacuum design Fluencies, shielding, dose rates, activation, and radiological dose minimization Physics and detector protection instrumentation in the long straight section 2.3 Lepton collider physics Model building and new physics Precision EW calculations Flavour (b,c,, ) physics and rare decays QCD and physics Combination and complementarity Page 5 of 13

6 2.4 Lepton collider experiments EW physics at Z pole WW, ZZ, Z physics H(126) properties Top quark physics Flavour (b,c,, ) physics and rare decays QCD and physics Experimental signatures of new physics Experimental environment Detector designs On line software Off line software 2.5 Lepton hadron collider physics 2.6 Lepton hadron collider experiment Detector performance Technical systems Detector technologies Radiation effects ECAL HCAL Magnet system Muon detection Inner detector Tracking Trigger system Data acquisition, detector controls and detector safety Detector machine Interface L*, TAS, TAN locations and specifications Bunch structure, luminous region and crossing angle Beam pipe and vacuum design Fluencies, shielding, dose rates, activation, and radiological dose minimization Physics and detector protection instrumentation in the long straight section 3 Infrastructures and operation Page 6 of 13

7 3.1 Civil engineering Layouts Geological studies Hadron collider and injector global layout Hadron collider and injector site and access study Lepton collider and injector installation global layout Lepton collider and injector installation site and access Lepton hadron LR collider global layout Lepton hadron LR collider site and access study Lepton hadron RR collider global layout Lepton hadron RR collider site and access study Accelerator civil structures Assembly and storage areas Collider surface buildings Collider tunnel and access shafts General facility services Injector tunnels and access shafts Transfer line tunnels and access shafts Lepton injector and collider considerations Experiment civil structures Hadron experiment cavern Lepton experiment cavern considerations Lepton hadron collider experiment cavern considerations General facility services Assembly and storage areas Experiment surface buildings 3.2 Technical infrastructures Accelerator technical infrastructures Piped utilities HVAC Electricity distribution Emergency power supply Communications and networks Geodesy and survey methods Cryogenics Equipment transport and handling Person transport concepts Geodetic measurement and alignment of accelerator elements Accelerator control concepts and architectures Experiment technical infrastructures Piped utilities HVAC Electricity distribution Emergency power supply Communications and networks Cryogenics Detector integration systems Page 7 of 13

8 Gases Geodesy and survey Installation Hadron injector installation Hadron collider installation Lepton injector installation Lepton collider installation Experiment installation Safety and access systems Conventional environmental monitoring systems Radiological monitoring system Surveillance, Site surveillance and security systems Access control systems Access safety systems Safety Alarm & Monitoring System Emergency stop systems Conventional technical infrastructure safety functions Cryogenics safety functions Person protection systems Emergency egress 3.3 Operation and energy efficiency Global operation scenarios Global operation concepts Compatibility with CERN operation program Technical infrastructure operation Requirements for fixed target test beams Overall energy consumption and efficiency Global reliability Incident handling and repair concepts Maintenance concepts Reliability and availability method and framework Hadron complex operation Power consumption Operation concepts and scenarios Operation efficiency and turnaround Energy management and saving Performance and availability assessment Reliability and availability Lepton complex operation Power consumption Operation concepts and scenarios Operation efficiency and turnaround Energy management and saving Performance and availability assessment Reliability and availability Lepton hadron complex operation Power consumption Page 8 of 13

9 Operation concepts and scenarios for lepton hadron LR collider Operation concepts and scenarios for lepton hadron RR collider Operation efficiency and turnaround Energy management and saving Performance and availability assessment Reliability and availability 3.4 Integration Tunnels Hadron collider tunnel cross sections Lepton collider tunnel cross sections Lepton hadron RR collider tunnel cross sections Hadron injector machine and tunnel integration concepts Hadron collider machine and tunnel integration concepts Lepton injector machine and tunnel integration concepts Lepton collider machine and tunnel integration concepts Underground areas Hadron experiments and cavern integration concepts Lepton experiments and cavern integration concepts Lepton hadron experiment and cavern integration concept Surface areas Hadron collider surface building concepts Lepton collider surface building concepts Experiment surface building concepts 3.5 Computing and data services Computing Experiment computing services (off line and on line) Detector studies Monte Carlo Production Experiment monitoring and performance analytics Accelerator complex monitoring and performance analytics Accelerator studies Physics user computing environment Energy efficiency World wide data processing infrastructures Ownership and cost sharing model Accelerator operation control environment Networks and data Transmission On line networks On site voice, video and data transmission Off site voice, video and data transmission Field and safety relevant communication Data and Storage Raw and processed data estimation model Hadron experiments raw and processed data estimates Lepton experiment raw and processed data estimates Accelerator complex data estimates Storage system considerations Page 9 of 13

10 Data access infrastructures Data Archive and Availability Science and operation requirements Regulatory requirements, data ownership and licensing Data formats Data integrity and technology obsolescence Storage system and system evolution considerations Experiment data availability requirements and concepts Accelerator data availability requirements and concepts Platforms and tools Platform technology evolution (computing, networking, storage) Operating system and software environment considerations IT Infrastructure management and provisioning ecosystem Application workflow systems Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition ecosystem Safety system platforms Database management systems Data analytics ecosystem Systems modelling and simulation infrastructures Application development tools and libraries Data visualization Software efficiency Control systems platforms Security On site cyber security Off site cyber security 3.6 Safety, RP and Environment Environmental Protection Legal requirements and constraints Conventional environmental impacts Radiological environmental impacts Hadron complex specific environmental impacts Lepton complex specific environmental impacts Conventional waste avoidance and management Radiation protection General radiation protection requirements and concepts Hadron complex specific radiation protection concepts Lepton complex specific radiation protection concepts Radioactive waste management Occupational Health & Safety Worksite safety Workplace and working environment safety Community health and safety Civil structures and engineering Access safety concepts Air management concepts Fire safety Page 10 of 13

11 4 Implementation and planning 4.1 Project risk assessment Hazard and risk registry Hazard catalogue Hadron complex risk registry Lepton complex risk registry Project related risks CERN environment International environment Materials Persons Project execution Project management Tools 4.2 Implementation Research and development Develop R&D financing strategy Define and specify hadron complex R&D facilities Establish and manage hadron comples R&D portfolio Hadron collider R&D implementation plan Define and specify lepton complex R&D facilities Establish and manage lepton complex R&D portfolio Hadron collider R&D implementation plan Implementation concepts Develop realization financing strategy Contract management concepts Element construction stategy Industrialization process Procurement concepts Production process management Reception testing and verification concept Supply chain management Civil engineering construction concepts Implementation scenarios Hadron collider roadmap Staged lepton collider, hadron collider roadmap Lepton hadron collider roadmap Hadron injector construction concept Hadron collider construction concept Hadron collider spending profile Hadron collider realization schedule Lepton injector construction concept Lepton collider construction concept Lepton collider spending profile Lepton collider realization schedule Staged lepton/hadron implementation concept Staged lepton/hadron implementation with concurrent operation Page 11 of 13

12 4.3 Cost estimates Planning framework Assumptions and constraints Develop and establish cost model Hadron complex estimates Accelerator complex operation cost estimates Collider cost estimates Experiments cost estimates HE LHC Option cost and schedule estimate Infrastructure cost estimates Injector cost estimates Personnel cost estimate Lepton complex estimates Accelerator complex operation cost estimates Collider cost estimates Experiments cost estimates Infrastructure cost estimates Injector cost estimates Personnel cost estimate 5 Study and quality management 5.1 Study administration Enabling and support processes Resources Infrastructure Procurement Quality management Lifecycle of the study Study project processes Decision making Configuration management Publications and outreach processes Information management Project risk management Measuring and Reporting Status assessment and control Project plan for the study Relations portfolio Collaborations EU projects for study Host state contributions to study Host state realization concepts Host state relations In kind contribution strategy for realization Member state relations Non member state relations 5.2 Communications Scientific Publications Page 12 of 13

13 Journal articles and conference contributions Thesis Outreach Marketing material Web sites Events Page 13 of 13

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