Design of the ECCE Detector for the Electron Ion Collider

ECCE Consortium

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The EIC Comprehensive Chromodynamics Experiment (ECCE) detector has been designed to address the full scope of the proposed Electron Ion Collider (EIC) physics program as presented by the National Academy of Science and provide a deeper understanding of the quark-gluon structure of matter. To accomplish this, the ECCE detector offers nearly acceptance and energy coverage along with excellent tracking and particle identification. The ECCE detector was designed to be built within the budget envelope set out by the EIC project while simultaneously managing cost and schedule risks. This detector concept has been selected to be the basis for the EIC project detector.
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Publication statusPublished - 6 Sept 2022

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32 pages, 29 figures, 9 tables


  • physics.ins-det
  • hep-ex

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