The workshop will be held online via Zoom. Use this link for the remote connection: This Zoom
The Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) has recently received CD-1 approval from the US Department of Energy. The EIC Yellow Report, which summarizes our current understanding of the physics program at the future facility, has been published. The international community has formed proto-collaborations and is working toward detector proposal submissions. One topic, which has not received detailed coverage in the Yellow Report, is the production of quarkonia in deep inelastic scattering (DIS). It is both important and timely to have an expert-level discussion on heavy quarkonium production, its role in determining nucleon and nuclear structure, and the physics of hadronization and final-state interactions. The EIC community can utilize the lessons learned from HERA, the Tevatron, RHIC, and the LHC. We hope that the workshop will help the proto-collaborations flesh out this physics in their upcoming detector proposals.
Questions that the workshop will address include, among others, the following:
For each of the three days of the workshop, we will focus on addressing one of the above topics with talks from experts and students, as well as a topical discussion session at the end of the day.
This event is part of the CFNS workshop/ad-hoc meeting series. See the CFNS conferences page for other events.