July 7, 2000
The so-called "White Paper" process to plan the future of HEP in the
will begin at this meeting (and in parallel at the Fermilab Users' Meeting June 26-27).
Electronic versions of talks, if available, are indicated.
Paper versions are available in the SLUO office.
|9:00||Introduction, SLUO Exec activities summary, plans for the day||R. Frey|
|9:20||Advanced & Future Accelerator Techniques ( ppt )||E. Colby, SLAC|
|9:50||"Is there Life After HEP ?" ( ppt )||K. O'Shaughnessy, R2 Technology, Inc.|
|10:10||Gamma-ray Bursts ( pdf )||S. Thorsett, UCSC|
|10:55||"A perspective on the Future of HEP -- SLAC's Role"||J. Dorfan, SLAC Director|
|11:35||"Making the case for High Energy Physics in Washington"||P. Rosen, Assoc Director, DoE Office of Science|
|12:05||"U.S. HEP: the View from Fermilab"||M. Witherell, FNAL Director|
|12:50||Lunch and SLUO Exec Elections|
|14:30||Plans for Snowmass 2001 ( pdf )||C. Quigg's plastic|
|14:40||The HEPAP White Paper Process||F. Gilman, HEPAP Chair|
|15:00||"Physics at a Linear Collider" ( ps.gz )||R. van Kooten, Indiana|
|15:45||"Physics at a Muon Storage RIng/Neutrino Source"||D. Harris, FNAL|
|16:15||"Physics at a VLHC"||F. Paige, BNL|
|17:00||5 minute presentations from Users - Input to HEPAP ( html )||Register in advance: fjk@slac|
|after||Reception, wine and food|