CalVision is a collaboration of FNAL (PIs Freeman, Hirschauer, Merkel, Wenzel), Argonne (Sergei Chekanov), Caltech (Newman, Zhu), Maryland (Belloni, Eno), MIchigan (Qian, Zhou, Zhu), Milano-Bicocca (Lucchini), MIT (Harris),Oak Ridge (Demarteau), Princeton (Tully), Purdue (Jung), Texas Tech (Akchurin, Kunori), U. Virginia (Hirosky, Ledovskoy). Our aim is to work on pushing forward homogeneous calorimetry using multiple measurements such as wavelength, polarization, and timing to improve calorimeter hadronic resolution while maintaining state-of-the-art electromagnetic resolution, developing new lower-cost materials such as scintillating glasses, optimizing its incorporation into a future detector at a future accelerator, and developing novel particle-flow or machine-learning algorithms to best use them in particle identification. We work in collaboration with the proposed IDEA experiment for future Higgs factories.
We welcome new collaborators. Please contact Sarah Eno (firstname.lastname@example.org) The Caltech, Maryland, MIchigan, MIT, Princeton, Purdue, Texas Tech, and UVA groups are funding by DOE grant DE-SC0022045.
Our relevant publications are:
- New perspectives on segmented crystal calorimeters for future colliders
- Particle Flow with a Hybrid Segmented Crystal and Fiber Dual-Readout Calorimeter
- Dual-Readout Calorimetry for Future Experiments Probing Fundamental Physics
Some recent talks:
Group members can proceed to our private wiki here