Future circular electron–positron colliders operating at s=90, 160, 240 and 350 GeV as Z, W, H and t factories will demand experiments with superior momentum and energy resolution for all the possible final-state particles produced. The IDEA Detector aims at satisfying these requests by exploiting an ultra-light drift chamber as the largest central tracker and a dual-readout fiber calorimeter for both electromagnetic and hadronic energy measurements. In this paper I review the dual-readout calorimeter baseline choices, as well as the related R&D work.

Dual-readout calorimetry, an integrated high-resolution solution for energy measurements at future electron–positron colliders

Antonello, M.;Caccia, M.;Santoro, R.;
2019

Abstract

Future circular electron–positron colliders operating at s=90, 160, 240 and 350 GeV as Z, W, H and t factories will demand experiments with superior momentum and energy resolution for all the possible final-state particles produced. The IDEA Detector aims at satisfying these requests by exploiting an ultra-light drift chamber as the largest central tracker and a dual-readout fiber calorimeter for both electromagnetic and hadronic energy measurements. In this paper I review the dual-readout calorimeter baseline choices, as well as the related R&D work.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/01689002
Dual-readout calorimetry; Future colliders; IDEA Detector;
Antonello, M.; Caccia, M.; Ferrari, R.; Franchino, S.; Gaudio, G.; Hauptman, J.; Lee, S.; Pezzotti, L.; Salvatore, F.; Santoro, R.; Vivarelli, I.; Wigmans, R.
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