High Energy / Nuclear Theory / RIKEN Seminars

[Hybrid RBRC seminar] 3D and 2D distributions of the energy-momentum tensor in a quark model

by Kemal Tezgin (University of Connecticut)




The form factors of the energy-momentum tensor (EMT) contain a wealth of information about the nucleon. This information can be described at the density level in terms of energy, pressure, shear forces, and angular momentum distributions inside the nucleon. In this talk, I present results on the associated 3D and 2D densities of the energy-momentum tensor in the bag model, formulated in the large-𝑁_c limit. Further, I will discuss the properties of the 2D EMT densities of the nucleon in the non-relativistic and heavy quark limit.


Will be in-person seminar in 2-160 with ZOOM broadcast.

Organized by

Nobuyuki Matsumoto