Thursday, November 11, 1999:
Bill Marciano (Brookhaven):
"High Energy Muon Colliders: Physics Goals And
Questions and Answers
Greg Anderson (Northwestern),
Bogdan Dobrescu (Fermilab),
Dave Gerdes (MIchigan),
Stu Henderson (Cornell),
Hugh Montgomery (Fermilab)
Some General References:
- The High Energy Frontier - A Perspective
- Possible "New Physics" Scenarios
- Higgs - Multi Higgs - Exotic Higgs
- SUSY - SUSY Breaking
- Strong Dynamics ("Technicolor"? "Other")
- Extra Dimensions
- Z', W', Heavy Fermions, Compositeness, etc.
- Future Lepton Colliders - Goals and Requirements
- Electron vs Muon Collider (General Features)
- 100 GeV - 100 TeV!
- Physics Goals
- Path To The First Muon Collider - 3 "Small" Steps
- Concluding Remarks
- V. Barger, M. S. Berger, J. F. Gunion, and Tao Han, "Higgs boson
physics in the s channel at m+m- colliders,"
Phys. Rep. 286, 1 (1997) (hep-ph/9602415)
- V. Barger, M. S. Berger, J. F. Gunion, and Tao Han, "Particle
physics opportunities at m+m-
colliders, Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 51A:13-31 (1996)
- V. Barger, M. S. Berger, J. F. Gunion, and Tao Han, "Studying a
strongly interacting electroweak sector via longitudinal gauge boson
scattering at a muon collider," Phys. Rev. D55:142-154 (1997)
- J. F. Gunion, ``Physics at a Muon Collider,''
- C. Quigg, "Physics with a Millimole of Muons,"
- V. Barger, "Overview of Physics at a Muon Collider,"