Joint Research Program in FY2019

ICEPP, as a national center for research cooperation on energy frontier physics, provides Japanese particle physicists opportunities to participate in various researches at highest energy colliders. This is particularly important in Japan where there is no energy frontier facility. The table shows researchers and institutes who proposed and worked in joint researches with ICEPP members.

"Studies of the ATLAS muon trigger system upgrade" Hisaya Kurashige (Kobe University) and 3 researchers (Kobe University, KEK, ICEPP)
"Studies of Micro-Megas detector for the ATLAS muon system upgrade" Atsushi Ochi (Kobe University) and 5 researchers (Kobe University, ICEPP)
"Studies on the control system of large-scale electronics using a System-On-a-Chip (SoC) towards the High-Luminosity LHC era" Masaya Ishino (ICEPP) and 7 researchers (Nagoya University, ICEPP)
"Search for new physics via resonance of two weak-bosons with the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider" Toshi Sumida (Kyoto University) and 8 researchers (Kyoto University, Waseda University, ICEPP)
"Development of the data readout electronics with high-density and high-speed links for the ATLAS Liquid-Argon calorimeter" Masanobu Tanaka (KEK) and 8 researchers (KEK, ICEPP)
"Development of the muon trigger system for the LHC Run-3" Junpei Maeda (Kobe University) and 10 researchers (KEK, Kyoto University, Kobe University, ICEPP)
"Studies for extension of the grid computing system towards High-Luminosity LHC program" Tomoaki Nakamura (KEK) and 3 researchers (ICEPP)
"Studies of high-speed network technologies for large-scale computing system" Yasushi Nagasaka (Hiroshima Institute of Technology) and 1 researcher (ICEPP)
"Research on the background and sensitivity of the MEG experiment" Wataru Ootani (ICEPP) and 10 researchers (KEK, Kyushu University, INFN-Pisa, INFN-Roma, ICEPP)
"Studies to improve the performance of the Liquid Xenon detector for the MEG experiment" Satoshi Mihara (KEK) and 7 researchers (ICEPP, Kyushu University, University of California, Irvine)
"Experimental studies for long-term operation of the cryogenic and purification system for the liquid Xenon detector of the MEG experiment" Yasuhiro Makita (KEK) and 8 researchers (ICEPP, KEK, PSI)
"Studies to improve the performance of the electron spectrometer for the MEG experiment" Hajime Nishiguchi (KEK) and 6 researchers (KEK, ICEPP, University of Rome Sapienza)
"Development of the fine-grained hadronic calorimeter for the ILC experiment" Tohru Takeshita (Shinshu University) and 4 researchers (ICEPP, Shinshu University)
"Studies of the electro-symmetry breaking mechanism in the ILC experiment" Keisuke Fujii (KEK) and 8 researchers (KEK, ICEPP, Kyushu University, Nippon Dental University)
"Development of the fine-grained electro-magnetic calorimeter for the ILC experiment" Tamaki Yoshioka (Kyushu University) and 4 researchers (Kyushu University, ICEPP, KEK)

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