Maurizio Pierini (CERN)
As part of the Future Circular Collider study at CERN, the Future e+e- Circular Collider, FCC-ee, (formerly called TLEP) is a new generation collider, able to fit in a 80 to 100km tunnel, and able to deliver high luminosity in up to four interaction points from at least the Z peak to above the top pair threshold. Statistics of 1012 Z, 108 W pairs, 2 106 ZH events, and 106 top pairs can be contemplated. The search for rare phenomena will be discussed, including in particular: flavor changing neutral currents, violations of universality, invisible and exotic Higgs and Z decays, and the possibility to discover the existence of heavy sterile neutrinos.
Alain Blondel (UNIGE)