Future Circular Collider

The Future Circular Collider (FCC) is an international design study with emphasis on a hadron collider with a centre-of-mass energy of the order of 100 TeV in a new 80-100 km tunnel as a long-term goal.

32 results

Environmental awareness: the importance of environmental considerations for future projects

Pursuing CERN’s scientific mission through environmentally responsible research

News
At CERN
05 April, 2022

Innovation in managing excavated materials: an FCC contribution to the circular economy

First phase of CERN’s “Mining the Future” competition successfully completed

News
At CERN
08 December, 2021

FCC feasibility study comes into focus

CERN’s fastest-growing collaboration is crystallising an ambitious proposal to tackle the big questions at the heart of particle physics

News
Accelerators
08 July, 2021
Accelerators
News
08 July, 2021

Millimetric precision for a Future Circular Collider

A team of CERN surveyors have performed geodetic measurements in the framework of the Future Circular Collider feasibility study

News
Accelerators
29 June, 2021

Mining the Future

Join this international competition and submit your ideas for applications that could turn rock excavated during tunnelling for future CERN colliders into a resource

News
Engineering
30 April, 2021
Engineering
News
30 April, 2021

Webinar on tunnelling studies for the Future Circular Collider – 24 February 2021

Senior engineer John Osborne will be discussing the civil engineering studies and future plans for the 100 km accelerator between 5 and 6.30 p.m CET

Announcement
At CERN
15 February, 2021
At CERN
Announcement
15 February, 2021

FCC November workshop 2020 (FCC NoW)

Announcement
At CERN
23 October, 2020
At CERN
Announcement
23 October, 2020

A demonstrator magnet produces a record magnet field

The eRMC demonstrator, consisting of two flat niobium-tin coils, has produced a peak magnetic field of 16.5 tesla, a promising result in the context of the FCC (Future Circular Collider) study

News
Accelerators
25 March, 2020

Broadening tunnel vision for future accelerators

CERN’s civil engineers are tackling the tunnelling challenges of a post-LHC collider

News
Engineering
23 October, 2019
Engineering
News
23 October, 2019