Don’t miss the second Snowmass Agora — Wednesday, Jan. 19

A series of Snowmass Agora events on Future Colliders, intended for all Snowmass participants, is being held about once a month, through April 2022. The first Agora was held on Dec. 15, 2021. Thanks to all those who registered and attended the event, making it a success!

The second Agora on Circular e+e- Colliders, will be held Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022, from 3-5 pm CST.  An informal post-Agora chat is anticipated for an additional 30 to 40 minutes. Please register for the event as soon as possibleNote: You need to register for the event in order to be able to receive the ZOOM link to attend. The registration will be open throughout the event.

The short talks in the Agora will be presented in colloquium style. The objective of the Agora is to inform the community of the current proposals on future collider options and to enable discussions addressing various aspects of physics and feasibility — physics potential, technology challenges and R&D, synergies in the global and local contexts, time frame and cost projections. We request that you consider submitting questions ahead of time in this google doc. We plan to post the slides of the talks on the agenda three days in advance of the event.

The ZOOM link will be sent to the registrants via email the day before the event.  We look forward to your active participation in this series of events.

Program Committee:

EF conveners: Meenakshi Narain, Laura Reina,  Alessandro Tricoli,

AF conveners: Steve Gourlay, Tor Raubenheimer, Vladimir Shiltsev

Fermilab Future Colliders group: Pushpa Bhat, Joel Butler