Nov 23 – 25, 2020
US/Pacific timezone

The 3D imaging of the nucleon is one of the pillars of the EIC program. Some of the novel tools that the collider era will bring to this research is jet measurements in polarized deep-inelastic scattering and exclusive processes. The potential of jet physics at the EIC has not been fully realized yet and is a fast emerging field of research. The goal of this workshop is to envision the opportunities of EIC jet measurements for studies of 3D hadron structure and to articulate the scientific case for the jet capabilities of the EIC detectors.

The workshop will cover the following topics:

  • Jets for studies of spin, and transverse-momentum-dependent and generalized- parton distributions (TMDs and GPDs)
  • Jet observables, advantages and complementarity at the EIC
  • Novel jet-substructure observables
  • pQCD and effective-field-theory techniques for jets
  • 3D and 5D imaging with exclusive jets (GPDs and Wigner functions)
  • Connections to Lattice QCD
  • Parton-shower developments
  • Detector requirements for the EIC

This workshop will be held online via Zoom. 

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Meeting ID: 991 2862 2944
Passcode: 441657

List of confirmed speakers: 
- Christine Aidala
- Feng Yuan 
- Yiannis Makris
- Amilkar Quintero
- Dingyu Shao
- Xuan Li
- Andrea Signori
- Brian Page
- Leonard Gamberg
- Anselm Vossen
- Andrea Simonelli
- Duff Neill
- Barbara Pasquini
- Alexander Bylinkin
- Huey-Wen Lin
- Sylvester Joosten
- Liang Zheng
- Xiaohui Liu
- Wouter Waalewijn
- Maria Zurek
- Frank Petriello
- Kyle Lee
- Joe Osborn
- Alexandre Shabetai

This will be an online workshop. 

The call for abstracts is open
You can submit an abstract for reviewing.
Registration for this event is currently open.