- Dec. 12, 2018, 4:00 pm US/Central
- Patrick Meade, Stony Brook
- Anna Grassellino
I will discuss potential discovery prospects at the ILC from a personal historical perspective, emphasizing the role that theory bias has played. In particular I will point out how improving quantitative precision in certain measurements can lead to qualitative changes about our understanding of the universe. I will focus on a few examples from flavor physics, cosmology, and how we compare different collider experiments. I will also discuss the physics potential of collider experiments beyond the ILC.