The FCC Week 2016 will follow the traditional layout of plenary and parallel sessions.
Contributions are by invitation only and selected topics will be considered for publication in the Phys. Rev. ST - Accelerators & Beams (http://journals.aps.org/prstab)
An open poster session provides a platform to showcase visionary new concepts and technologies with significant impact on the further study and of high importance for the convergence of globally distributed activities. A panel will select the most innovative contribution with highest transformative potential, i.e.promising breakthroughs beyond the current state-of-the-art (1: innovation
), the contribution with highest potential impact on industry and society (2: impact
) and the contribution with the highest relevance for the technical feasibility studies (3: relevance
Plenary sessions feature overviews of the progress in the individual study domains and will present the consolidated baselines that serve as basis for the further detailed elaboration phases. Parallel sessions focus on specific areas of the study to enable communication of key findings of ongoing work with significant impact on the forthcoming activities.
Satellite meetings concerning dependent activities such as the EuroCirCol H2020 project and governance bodies such as the International Collaboration Board will complete the program.
Participation of industry and potential future partners is highly encouraged.
Communication and equal opportunity aspects are addressed by dedicated working group meetings.