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AAAS 2016 - Megascience Global Projects Seeded in Europe, Asia, and the United States
Marshall East Ballroom (Marriott Wardman Park)
Marshall East Ballroom
Marriott Wardman Park
This symposium surveys the mechanisms and cross-national platforms that facilitate international science partnerships. It draws its examples from the large-scale high energy physics projects. Highlighted are the CERN model of international collaboration for the Large Hadron Collider; the planned particle physics projects in China: the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) for neutrino physics and the Circular Electron Positron Collider – Super Proton-Proton Collider (CepC/SppC) for collider physics; and the expanded Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) model for gravitational physics.
Organizer: Maria Spiropulu, California Institute of Technology
Co-Organizer: David Gross, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics
Moderator: Maria Spiropulu, California Institute of Technology
The CERN Model of International Partnership and its Applications30m
This talk gives the overview of the CERN framework for global projects, its successful application towards the LHC program and its future adaptation towards the LBNF physics program in the US.
(European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneva, Switzerland)
Megascale Physics Projects in China30m
This talk will discuss two major future projects planned in China- JUNO for neutrino physics and CepC+SppC, a circular electron-positron collider for a Higgs factory foreseen to be up-gradable to a huge pp collider.
(Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China)
The LIGO Scientific Collaboration30m
The LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC) is a self-governing collaboration seeking to detect gravitational waves, use them to explore the fundamental physics of gravity, and develop gravitational wave observations as a tool of astronomical discovery. The LSC, funded in 1997, has now many hundreds of scientists in 16 countries and forms a successful example of global science engagement and collaboration.
(Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA)