A new FCC-ee collaboration is another attempt to minimise energy consumption by replacing normal conducting sectors with high-temperature-superconducting ones, all within the same cost envelope.
Optics developments with CFMs show promising results to improve the FCC-ee performance and efficiency.
Upon looking at the procurement of superconducting RF cavities, this first study demonstrates the positive impact of Big Science projects on local economic development
Inspired by the production of NEG-coated vacuum chambers, this novel technique for high quality Nb/Cu cavities that can be used in FCC-ee has completed its first qualitative feasibility study.
At the second EPOL workshop, the FCC-ee community looked at methods for determining energy with ever greater precision
Aimed at identifying solutions for the reuse rock excavated during tunnelling for future CERN colliders, this competition shortlisted four promising proposals.
A recent analysis, comparing the environmental impact of different proposed Higgs factories per physics output, concluded that the FCC-ee is the most sustainable design.
In the frame of the Future Circular Collider Innovation Study (FCCIS), a first workshop on the FCC collider design took place at CERN at the end of year
As part of the FCC Feasibility Study, design works of vacuum components is being carried out now and will soon reach the prototyping phase.