This white paper concerns theoretical and phenomenological aspects relevant to the physics of future e+e− colliders, in particular regarding initial-state QED radiation. The contributions each contain key technical aspects, and are formulated in a pedagogical manner so as to render them accessible also to those who are not directly working on these and immediately-related topics. This should help both experts and non-experts understand the theoretical challenges that we shall face at future e+e− colliders. Specifically, this paper contains descriptions of the treatment of initial state radiation from several Monte Carlo collaborations, as well as contributions that explain a number of more theoretical developments with promise of future phenomenological impact.

Initial state QED radiation aspects for future e +e − colliders / S. Frixione, E. Laenen, C.M. Carloni Calame, A. Denner, S. Dittmaier, T. Engel, L. Flower, L. Gellersen, S. Hoeche, S. Jadach, M.R. Masouminia, G. Montagna, O. Nicrosini, F. Piccinini, S. Plätzer, A. Price, J. Reuter, M. Rocco, M. Schönherr, A. Signer, T. Sjöstrand, G. Stagnitto, Y. Ulrich, R. Verheyen, L. Vernazza, A. Vicini, B.F.L. Ward, M. Zaro. - (2022 Apr 27). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2022 Snowmass Summer Study [10.48550/arXiv.2203.12557].

Initial state QED radiation aspects for future e +e − colliders

G. Stagnitto;A. Vicini;M. Zaro
2022-04-27

Abstract

This white paper concerns theoretical and phenomenological aspects relevant to the physics of future e+e− colliders, in particular regarding initial-state QED radiation. The contributions each contain key technical aspects, and are formulated in a pedagogical manner so as to render them accessible also to those who are not directly working on these and immediately-related topics. This should help both experts and non-experts understand the theoretical challenges that we shall face at future e+e− colliders. Specifically, this paper contains descriptions of the treatment of initial state radiation from several Monte Carlo collaborations, as well as contributions that explain a number of more theoretical developments with promise of future phenomenological impact.
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