Contribution Oral presentation
Detector Challenges at CLIC
The presentation reports on ongoing studies for general purpose detectors at a future TeV-scale e⁺e⁻ Compact LInear Collider (CLIC). The CLIC physics goals impose stringent requirements on the detector. Improvements on state-of-the-art track and jet energy resolutions are needed. At the same time, the beam-induced backgrounds introduce challenging conditions for the event reconstruction. Under these circumstances, satisfying the physics goals is achieved by designing the detectors with high granularity particle flow in mind. In the presentation, several sub-detector systems are highlighted and it is shown how the detector requirements can be achieved.