JENAS Expressions of Interest
The Joint ECFA-NuPECC-APPEC Seminar (JENAS) at Orsay allowed astroparticle, nuclear and particle physics researchers to peek into each other’s activities. The identified overlapping challenges might transform via joint programs into stronger opportunities to further our understanding of both the smallest and the largest structures in nature.
Being informed by the presentations and discussions and with a view to further explore topical synergies between our disciplines, we issue a call for novel Expressions-of-Interest (EoI). We seek bottom-up and community thoughts expressed in a non- binding EoI for further discussion within the APPEC, ECFA and NuPECC committees or consortia. These thoughts can revolve around potential synergies in technology, physics, organization and/or applications.
EoIs in the form of a brief letter are to be submitted to the chairs of the committees/consortia. In the letter you can elaborate on the synergy topic, the objectives, the initial thoughts and the potential communities involved. This letter is not the end of the process, but potentially the start of further communications on the expressed interest.
Within our committees/consortia and taking into account their respective roles in our communities, we will discuss and propose actions to further your thoughts.
List of submitted EoI:
- Dark Matter (https://indico.cern.ch/event/869195/overview)
- Gravitational Waves for fundamental physics (https://agenda.infn.it/event/22947/overview)
- Machine-Learning Optimized Design of Particle Detector Layout for future scientific experiments (PDF version can be found here)
- Nuclear Physics at the LHC (https://indico.ph.tum.de/event/4492/)
- Storage Rings for the Search of Charged-Particle Electric Dipole Moments (EDM) (https://indico.ph.tum.de/event/4482/overview)
NuPECC representatives in the JENAS EoI Task Force:
- Navin, Alahari
- Franck Sabatier
- Boris Sharkov
- Hans Stroeher
- Eberhard Widmann
- György Wolf
Last modified: 13 July 2020 07:13 UTC