Physics Potential and Development of Muon Colliders and Neutrino Factories: Fifth International Conference, San Francisco, California, 15-17 December 1999 / Edition 1

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These proceedings report the ever increasing interest and scientific case for the muon collider and the neutrino factory. There were intense sessions on the current design of neutrino factories in Europe, Japan, and in the USA, and there is growing evidence for a low-mass Higgs boson from the precision electroweak parameters to motivate the development of a Higgs factory. The twin themes of a neutrino factory and a Higgs factory have provided a possible plan for a future program in the USA.
Some of the highlights of this conference were: The very latest news on the Higgs search at LEP II, the strong case for a low-mass Higgs, the push to find SUSY particles, the neutrino mass, the interesting possibility that the SuperKamiokande results could somehow be the result of neutrino decay, the beautiful arguments for a scalar collider, the summary of the future of CERN, and particle physics in general, and the overview of the Standard Model.

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Cline (physics and astronomy, UCLA) found that the fifth symposium (of which this is the proceedings) offered the most promise yet that a low-mass Higgs boson from the precision electroweak parameters will motivate the development of a Higgs factory and that a neutrino factory also is in the offing. The papers by physicists at universities and research laboratories relate to these hopeful results, and are grouped into six parts: an overview of particle physics; neutrino mass and mixing; scalar physics and u+u-colliders; u+u- and up physics; neutrino factory, muon colliders and detectors; and the view from CERN. No subject index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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