2nd Workshop on Physics
with a high intensity proton source, January 25-26 (Friday-Saturday), 2008
organized by Fermilab UEC and Fermilab

Please Read "Golden Book" (Draft) prior to the Workshop

Dear Colleagues,

Stemming from the Project X proposal put forth by the Fermilab Steering group, the first workshop on physics with a high intensity proton source was held Nov 16-17 at Fermilab. Information about the first workshop, including the talks can be found at


The second workshop will be held at Fermilab on January 25-26, 2008 and will focus on the details of the experiments which might be proposed to take advantage of a high intensity proton source, their physics impact, and the development of the overall experimental strategy. The result of this workshop and efforts between now and the workshop through working groups formed at the first workshop will be a physics document for the newly charged P5, which will be meeting at Fermilab Jan 31-Feb 2. The outline of the document ("Golden Book") can be found at here.

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We would like the particle physics community to get engaged in the process (making an experimental strategy and commenting on the document) via working groups as much as possible. To subscribe to a working group mailing list:

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Working Group
(Web site)
Conveners e-mail Address
Neutrinos Bonnie Fleming (Yale)
Ed Kearns (Boston)
Kaons Doug Bryman (Univ. British Columbia)
Taku Yamanaka (Osaka Univ.)
Muons Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern)
William Molzon (UC Irvine)
Charms Future_Charm_at_Fermilab@fnal.gov
Antiprotons Dan Kaplan (IIT)
Klaus Peters (GSI)

Young-Kee Kim and Kevin Pitts
for Fermilab and the Fermilab UEC

Steering Group Report

(Project X: Click image for larger view)