The Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) is a TeV-scale high-luminosity linear electron-positron collider under development by international collaborations hosted by CERN.
The CLIC accelerator collaboration and CLIC Detector and Physics collaboration together comprise around 400 participants from approximately 75 institutes worldwide. Additional contributions are made from beyond the collaborations.
A number of documents report on the CLIC accelerator and detector and physics status in advance of the European Strategy update 2018-2020, including the design, technology, and implementation aspects of the CLIC accelerator and the detector, and summaries of the physics potential of CLIC.
CLIC input to the European Strategy for Particle Physics Update 2018-2020
Formal European Strategy submissions
The Compact Linear e+e- Collider (CLIC): Accelerator and Detector (arXiv:1812.07987)
The Compact Linear e+e- Collider (CLIC): Physics Potential (arXiv:1812.07986)
CLIC 2018 Summary Report (CERN-2018-005-M, arXiv:1812.06018)
CLIC Project Implementation Plan (CERN-2018-010-M, arXiv:1903.08655)
The CLIC potential for new physics (CERN-2018-009-M, arXiv:1812.02093)
Detector technologies for CLIC [In collaboration review]
Top-quark physics at the CLIC electron-positron linear collider [In journal review] (arXiv:1807.02441)
Higgs physics at the CLIC electron-positron linear collider (Journal, arXiv:1608.07538)
Projections based on the analyses from this paper scaled to the latest assumptions on integrated luminosities can be found here: CDS, arXiv.
Updated CLIC luminosity staging baseline and Higgs coupling prospects (CERN Document Server, arXiv:1812.01644)
CLICdet: The post-CDR CLIC detector model (CERN Document Server)
A detector for CLIC: main parameters and performance (CERN Document Server, arXiv:1812.07337)