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Main auditorium (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH)
GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH
Planck Strasse 1
This workshop intends to bring together scientists interested in the physics of an electron
nucleon collider and an electron ion collider. All aspects of such a collider will be discussed:
1. the physics case and the future perspectives
2. accelerator physics aspect of a high luminosity collider and
3. the integration of a detector at the interaction point.
It is a common workshop of the EIC collaboration aiming at an Electron Ion Collider in the US
and the ENC collaboration, working at an electron nucleon collider at GSI as a future extension
of the upcoming FAIR facility.
Frank Maas (GSI and Mainz U., chair)
Mauro Anselmino (INFN, Torino)
Reinhard Beck (U Bonn)
Achim Denig (U Mainz)
Abhay Deshpande (SUNY and RIKEN BNL)
Rolf Ent (JLab)
Henri Kowalski (DESY)
Fabienne Kunne (CEA, Saclay)
Rudolf Maier (FZ Jülich)
Richard Milner (MIT)
Günther Rosner (U Glasgow)
Andreas Schäfer (U Regensburg)
Marc Vanderhaeghen (U Mainz)
Dietrich von Harrach (U Mainz)