High Energy Experiments at Fermilab: from 2TeV to 100TeV

In the talk the review of the current Fermilab accelerator complex providing physicists with proton-antiproton collisions at the world highest center of mass energy is presented as well as plans of increasing luminosity of the machine over next few years. Results obtained in the current accelerator run by International D0 Collaboration combining ~600 physicists from 15 countries are summarized as well as plans for the experiments over next 5 years including searches of the Higgs boson. One of the longer term options for the Fermilab is 100 TeV proton-proton collider. The design study for such machine has been accomplished and major results of this study will be presented including challenges for the detectors.
hep group
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