NT/RBRC hybrid seminar

"Relating Gluon Bose Correlation in Nuclear Wave Function to Near Side Ridge in Deep Inelastic Scattering"

Presented by Dr Ming Li, North Carolina State University

Friday, June 3, 2022, 11:00 am — Hybrid:Bldg. 510, Small Seminar Room

Abstract: Bose-Einstein correlation between identical particles predicts the enhancement in the number of pairs of gluons with the same quantum numbers and small relative momentum. In this talk, I will show that these preexisting correlations in a hadronic wave function can be probed in Deep Inelastic Scattering experiments at high energy. Specifically, I will consider the diffractive dijet + gluon jet production. Working in the two gluon exchange approximation, we found the azimuthal dependence displays a peak at the zero relative angle between the transverse momentum imbalance of the quark-antiquark dijet and the transverse momentum of the gluon jet. Our calculations explicitly show that the peak originates from Bose correlation of the wave function. I will also discuss our ongoing effort to go beyond the two gluon exchange approximation and evaluate the effects of gluon saturation.

Hosted by: Yoshitaka Hatta

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