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It has been widely recognized that the new physics results from a high energy collider are related to the detector capabilities, and that future detec- tors must solve the problems presented by the new environment. Vertex detectors, in particular, will have to sustain enormous rates, have a great resistance to radiation damage, while retaining good spatial accuracy. Promising technologies are emerging, and gaseous detectors are improving: this workshop was intended as a point of reference towards future detectors, with particular emphasis on experimental results achieved so far. We wish to thank the Ettore Majorana Center for the splendid hospitality in Erice; and the secretaries of the conference, R. Nania and G. Anzivino for their hard work in collecting and organizing these proceedings. F. Villa Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Stanford University v CONTENTS Tracking at 1 Te V A. Seiden ...1 B Physics at PEP and SLC A. Seiden ...19 The MARK II Vertex Detectors: Status and Prospects J. Jaros 37 The Mark-J Vertex Detector H. Anderhub et al., presented by M. Bourquin 71 A Modified Time Expansion Chamber as a Vertex Detector et al., presented by C. Del Papa ...95 G. Bari Operation of Multidrift Tubes with Dimethyl Ether R. BoucHer et al., Presented by F. SauH ...101 Results From the MACI Vertex Chamber H. N. Nelson ...115 Wire Chamber Aging and Wire Material M. Atac ...