Accelerators for HEP: Challenges and R&D
Particle accelerators are arguably the most effective tools for the particle physics research. The physics needs continuously push us to invent novel ways to increase energy and improve performance of accelerators, reduce their cost and make them more power efficient. Here we briefly overview three main families of modern and future accelerators for HEP - high intensity accelerators for neutrino research, particle factories for the electro-weak physics and Higgs studies, and post-LHC energy frontier colliders - and discuss corresponding ongoing or planned accelerator R\&D topics and objectives.
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