It is the combined document prepared by the Linear Collider R&D Working Group (LCRD) and the University Consortium for the Linear Collider (UCLC) as part of the process of generating proposals to the Department of Energy and National Science Foundation. The organization and selection of the projects is done with the participation and guidance of the ILC GDE (Global Design Effort).
A spreadsheet of data concerning proposals can be found here.
A table of information and links for each project can be found here.
January 18, 2006 release of
A University Program of Accelerator and Detector Research for the International Linear Collider (vol. IV) This version is the final draft and was posted ~23:00. The document is 881 pages long.
New proposals since the March 13, 2006 addendum: G. Blazey, spokesperson)
entire document in one very large file (35.5 MB pdf, 881 pages).
Accelerator physics, introduction, and appendix in one large file (19.8 MB pdf, 461 pages).
Detector physics, introduction, and appendix in one large file (14.6 MB pdf, 463 pages).
February 11, 2006 addendum, containing material that is not in the January 18 release of A University Program... (908 kB, 45 pages).
|1. Introduction (2.1 MB pdf)|
|2. Accelerator physics (19.3 MB pdf)|
|3. Luminosity, energy, polarization proposals and an introduction to ILC detector physics (3.3 MB pdf)|
4. Vertex detector (3.2 MB pdf)
|5. Tracking (4.3 MB pdf)|
6. Calorimetry (5.5 MB pdf)
|7. Muon and particle ID systems and appendix (3.5 MB pdf)|
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