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Committee Meeting Agendas

FIRST MEETING

WASHINGTON, D.C.

NOVEMBER 30-DECEMBER 1, 2004

Tuesday, November 30

Closed Session

8:15 a.m.

Introductions

—H. Shapiro, S. Dawson

8:30

Committee composition and balance discussion

—T. Meyer, BPA

Open Session

9:30

The coming revolutions in particle physics

—C. Quigg, Fermilab

10:15

Break

10:30

Particle physics on the edge

—J. Lykken, Fermilab

11:15

Strategies for discovery

—P. Drell, SLAC

Noon

Lunch



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Revealing the Hidden Nature of Space and Time: Charting the Course for Elementary Particle Physics C Committee Meeting Agendas FIRST MEETING WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 30-DECEMBER 1, 2004 Tuesday, November 30 Closed Session 8:15 a.m. Introductions —H. Shapiro, S. Dawson 8:30 Committee composition and balance discussion —T. Meyer, BPA Open Session 9:30 The coming revolutions in particle physics —C. Quigg, Fermilab 10:15 Break 10:30 Particle physics on the edge —J. Lykken, Fermilab 11:15 Strategies for discovery —P. Drell, SLAC Noon Lunch

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Revealing the Hidden Nature of Space and Time: Charting the Course for Elementary Particle Physics 12:30 p.m. Purpose of and goals for the study —M. Turner, NSF, and R. Staffin, DOE 1:30 Setting scientific priorities —P. Looney, OSTP 2:00 Astronomy and astrophysics priority-setting —C. McKee, UC Berkeley (by telephone) 2:30 Break 3:00 Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel (P5) —A. Seiden, UC Santa Cruz 3:30 Personal perspective —B. Barish, Caltech 4:15 Break 4:30 Public comment session —D. Bortoletto and M. Tuts, APS/Division of Particles and Fields (DPF) (organizers) 5:30 Adjourn Wednesday, December 1 Closed Session 9:00 a.m. Backdrop for this report —J. Bagger 9:45 International perspectives —P. Burrows, T. Kajita 10:30 Break 10:45 National investments in particle physics —J. Hezir 11:30 Discussion 12:30 p.m. Adjourn and lunch SECOND MEETING MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA JANUARY 31-FEBRUARY 1, 2005 Monday, January 31 Closed Session 8:00 a.m. Plans for this meeting —H. Shapiro, S. Dawson

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Revealing the Hidden Nature of Space and Time: Charting the Course for Elementary Particle Physics Open Session 8:30 Science accessed by the LHC —I. Hinchliffe, LBNL 9:00 Discussion 9:15 Break 9:30 Science reach of a linear collider and why it matters —J. Hewett, SLAC, and H. Murayama, Berkeley 10:45 Discussion 11:00 Break Closed Session 11:15 Discussion Open Session 12:30 p.m. Lunch 1:15 Opportunities for and relevance of studying B physics —R. Cahn, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 1:45 Discussion 2:00 Opportunities for and relevance of studying neutrinos —B. Kayser, Fermilab 2:30 Discussion 2:45 Break 3:00 Connections to astrophysics and cosmology —S. Kahn, SLAC/Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology 3:30 Discussion 3:45 Visions for the SLAC future —J. Dorfan, SLAC 4:15 Discussion 4:30 Break 4:45 Public comment session —J. Jaros and W. Carithers, APS/DPF (organizers) 5:45 Adjourn Tuesday, February 1 Open Session 7:30 a.m. Tour of SLAC

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Revealing the Hidden Nature of Space and Time: Charting the Course for Elementary Particle Physics Closed Session 9:00 Committee discussions 12:30 p.m. Adjourn THIRD MEETING BATAVIA, ILLINOIS MAY 16-17, 2005 Monday, May 16 Closed Session 8:00 a.m. Plans for the meeting —H. Shapiro, S. Dawson Open Session 8:30 Welcome, purpose of the meeting —H. Shapiro, S. Dawson 8:35 The U.S. national program —M. Witherell, Fermilab 9:05 International cooperation and coordination in Germany —A. Wagner, DESY 9:35 International cooperation and coordination in Japan —Y. Totsuka, KEK 10:05 International cooperation and coordination in the United Kingdom —I. Halliday, Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council 10:30 Discussion 10:45 Break 11:00 The ILC accelerator R&D program —S. Holmes, Fermilab 11:30 Discussion Noon Lunch 1:00 p.m. Accelerator-based neutrino programs —G. Feldman, Harvard 1:30 Discussion Closed Session 1:45 Committee discussions

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Revealing the Hidden Nature of Space and Time: Charting the Course for Elementary Particle Physics Open Session 3:00 Cosmology and astrophysics —E. Kolb, University of Chicago 3:30 Discussion 4:00 Break 4:15 Visions for the Fermilab future —P. Oddone, Fermilab 4:45 Discussion 5:15 Public-comment session —M. Carena, Y.K. Kim, J. Lykken (organizers) 6:15 Adjourn Tuesday, May 17 Open Session 7:30 a.m. Tour of Fermilab Closed Session 9:00 Discussion Noon Lunch 1:00 p.m. Subcommittee breakout sessions 3:00 Reconvene; group discussion 4:00 Adjourn FOURTH MEETING ITHACA, NEW YORK AUGUST 1-3, 2005 Monday, August 1 Closed Session 9:00 a.m. Convene —H. Shapiro, S. Dawson 9:05 Subcommittee breakout sessions 5:00 p.m. Adjourn

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Revealing the Hidden Nature of Space and Time: Charting the Course for Elementary Particle Physics Tuesday, August 2 Closed Session 8:00 a.m. Welcome and plans for the meeting —H. Shapiro, S. Dawson 8:15 Discussion 9:30 Break Open Session 9:45 Welcome, purpose of the meeting —H. Shapiro, S. Dawson 10:00 TeV-scale physics —N. Arkani-Hamed, Harvard 10:30 HEPAP subpanel on LHC/ILC synergy —J. Lykken, Fermilab 11:00 Discussion 11:30 The ILC Global Design Effort —B. Barish, Caltech Noon Discussion 12:15 p.m. Lunch 1:15 Perspectives from CERN —R. Aymar, CERN 1:45 Discussion 2:00 Role of the International Committee on Future Accelerators —J. Dorfan, SLAC 2:30 Discussion 2:45 Break Closed Session 3:00 Discussion Open Session 4:30 Visions for the Cornell future —M. Tigner, Cornell 5:00 Discussion 5:15 Public-comment session —R. Polling and I. Shipsey (organizers) 6:15 Adjourn

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Revealing the Hidden Nature of Space and Time: Charting the Course for Elementary Particle Physics Open Session 7:30 a.m. Tour of CLEO, CHESS, and other facilities Closed Session 9:00 Discussion Noon Lunch 1:00 p.m. Discussion 4:00 Adjourn Wednesday, August 3 FIFTH MEETING WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 6, 2005 Tuesday, December 6 Open Session 8:00 a.m. Welcome —H. Shapiro, S. Dawson 8:05 Accelerator-based neutrino experiments: Fermilab —G. Feldman, Harvard 8:20 Accelerator-based neutrino experiments: J-PARC —T. Kajita, University of Tokyo 8:40 Discussion Closed Session 9:00 Discussion 10:30 Break 11:00 Discussion Noon Lunch 1:00 p.m. Discussion 6:00 Adjourn

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Revealing the Hidden Nature of Space and Time: Charting the Course for Elementary Particle Physics SIXTH MEETING WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 23, 2006 Monday, January 23 Open Session 8:00 Welcome; plans for the meeting —H. Shapiro, S. Dawson 8:10 Perspectives from Fermilab: An update —P. Oddone, Fermilab 8:30 Discussion Closed Session 9:30 Discussion Noon Lunch 1:00 p.m. Discussion 6:00 Adjourn