Welcome to CLICdp

CLICdp, the CLIC detector and physics study, is an international collaboration presently composed of 29 institutions. The collaboration is addressing detector and physics issues for the future Compact Linear Collider (CLIC), a high-energy electron-positron accelerator which is one of the options for the next collider to be built at CERN. Precision physics under challenging beam and background conditions is the key theme for the CLIC detector studies. This leads to a number of cutting-edge R&D activities within CLICdp.


NEWS: A new working group called 'Physics Potential' has been formed. This working group coordinates the theory community effort to assess the CLIC potential to discover deviations from Standard Model physics. See more information on the dedicated WG page. A kickoff workshop of this initiative will be held at CERN 17-18 July, see Indico.


The CLIC project is featured in the CERN COURIER (November 2016)

A report from CLIC week 2017 was published in the CERN COURIER (May 2017)