Joint Nuclear Theory/RIKEN/CFNS Seminar
"Novel QCD Physics at an Electron-Ion Collider"
Presented by Stanley Brodsky, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University
Friday, May 25, 2018, 10:30 am — Building 510, CFNS Seminar Room 2-38
An electron-ion collider can test many fundamental features of QCD for hadron and nuclear physics, including flavor-dependent antishadowing in deep inelastic electron-nucleus scattering, the breakdown of sum rules for nuclear structure functions, the role of ``hidden-color " degrees of freedom, and the effects of "color transparency" on the baryon-to-meson anomaly observed at high transverse momentum in heavy-ion collisions. I will also discuss intrinsic heavy quark phenomena and the production of exotic multiquark states at the EIC. On the theory side, I will discuss the new insights into color confinement that one obtains from light-front holography, including supersymmetric features of the meson, baryon, and tetraquark spectroscopy. The Principle of Maximum Conformality (PMC) can be used to systematically eliminate renormalization scale ambiguities and thus obtain scheme-independent pQCD predictions.
Hosted by: Chun Shen
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