exercise for the high-energy physics community. Its goal is to develop the community's long-term
physics aspirations. Its narrative will communicate the opportunities for discovery in high-energy
physics to the broader scientific community and to the government.
Snowmass Working Group Reports
Big Questions for our universe.
- Nov 6 update: reports are posted
- July 24 update: list of questions for the colloquia at CSS2013 are posted
- May 7 Update: The Snowmass Young Physicists Career and Science Aspirations Survey is now online. Please encourage students and postdocs to respond. http://tinyurl.com/snowmassyoung
- March 19 Update: Web site for Contributed papers The site is now fully live; the submission form is working. Please submit your papers.
- March 2 Update: Web site for Contributed papers created (more details below on this page)
- November 9 Update: changes to the twiki registration process
- CPM2012/CSS2013 August 17 Update: Snowmass 2013 site is chosen
- CPM2012/CSS2013 July 30 Update: computing frontier conveners named
- CPM2012/CSS2013 June 29 Update: local org cmte for CPM2012
- CPM2012/CSS2013 June 28 Update
Study groupsUpdated charge to group conveners
Original charge to group conveners
Message from Jim Siegrist
- Energy Frontier
- Intensity Frontier
- Cosmic Frontier
- Frontier Capabilities
- William Barletta (MIT), Murdock Gilchriese (LBNL)
- Instrumentation Frontier
- Marcel Demarteau (ANL), Howard Nicholson (Mt. Holyoke), Ron Lipton (Fermilab)
- Computing Frontier
- Education and Outreach
- Theory Panel
- Michael Dine (UC Santa Cruz)
Call for contributed papers:
We encourage any group or individual with interest in the future of high-energy physics to submit a White Paper on any subject relevant to the study. We also encourage any person or group with new scientific results relevant to the Snowmass study to submit the writeup of their analysis. These contributions will be published in the Snowmass 2013 Electronic Proceedings, hosted by eConf at SLAC. To submit a paper, or to view an indexed list of the submitted papers, please visit the Proceedings web site.
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