Detector for FCC-ee

Abstract

Abstract

This is the abstract of our nice paper that will describe the requirements and design concepts of a detector for the FCC-ee accelerator. To do match the fabulous statistical precision of the FCC-ee extremely good detector performnace is required. The detector features a 2 T solenoidal field, will have a ultralight silicon vertex detetor, a large gas drift volume, and electromagnetic and hadronic calorimeter sections. Details will be given also on the luminosity measurement.

Introduction

The FCC-ee (Bicer 2014) is the potential first step. For this reason, it might be build in China.

Machine integration and physics requirements are summarized. Event and background rates are given at the different energies. The overall design philosophy (low mass, muon momentum resolution, particle flow and granularity, extreme h/e/mu separation…) is described. Two options for the magnet are described using the small coil as baseline. The small coil option is shown in Fig. \ref{fig:DetectorLayout}

Synergies with CEpC are also addressed.

\label{fig:DetectorLayout}The FCC-ee detector layout

This detector will be much lighter then the ATLAS (ATLAS Collaboration 2008)and CMS (CMS Collaboration 2008) detectors.

Tracking

The mechanics of the chamber is described and also its readout. Possible safety aspects of long wires drift chambers are addressed. Hit resolution is discussed.

References

  1. ATLAS Collaboration. The ATLAS Experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider. Journal of Instrumentation 3, S08003–S08003 IOP Publishing, 2008. Link

  2. M. Bicer, et al. (The FCC-ee Working Group). First look at the physics case of TLEP. Journal of High Energy Physics 2014 Springer Nature, 2014. Link

  3. CMS Collaboration. The CMS experiment at the CERN LHC. Journal of Instrumentation 3, S08004–S08004 IOP Publishing, 2008. Link