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The Helicity Structure of the Nucleon

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Location: Hamilton Room, Bldg. 555 (Chemistry)
Date: Monday, June 5, 2006  
Organizers: Christine Aidala, Jan Balewski, and Mike Miller
Local Contact: Christine Aidala  
Time: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  
Summary: The primary goal of the workshop is to discuss the current status of both experimental and theoretical work related to the helicity structure of the nucleon. New results are expected from RHIC, and there will also be reports on relevant DIS measurements. Discussion will include, among other topics, the extraction of polarized pdf's and the relationship of nucleon spin structure at soft and hard scales.
Workshop summary writeup: Steven D. Bass and Christine A. Aidala

Agenda - link to presentations


Chair:   Bernd Surrow (MIT)    
         
09:00 - 09:50   What Is the Proton Spin Problem All About, And When Are We Going To Sort It Out?   Stefano Forte (INFN Milano)
         
09:50 - 10:40   Longitudinal Spin Structure at PHENIX:  Recent and Forthcoming Results   Imran Younus (UNM)
         
10:40 - 11:00   Coffee Break    
         
Chair:   Kiyoshi Tanida (Tokyo)    
         
11:00 - 11:50   STAR Summary   Ernst Sichtermann (LBNL)
         
11:50 - 01:30   Lunch    
         
Chair:   Mei Bai (BNL)    
         
01:30 - 02:15   New results from COMPASS   Eva Kabuss (Mainz)
         
02:15 - 03:00   New Insights to Hermes data - From \Delta s to \Delta g   Patricia Liebing (RBRC)
         
03:00 - 03:15   Coffee Break    
         
Chair:   Werner Vogelsang (BNL)    
         
03:15 - 04:00   The Spin Physics Program at Jefferson Lab   Sebastian Kuhn (Old Dominion)
         
04:00 - 04:45   Deriving angular momentum sum rules:  the good, the bad, and the ugly   Elliot Leader (Imperial College)
         
04:45 - 05:30   Towards an understanding of nucleon spin structure:  from hard to soft scales   Steven Bass (Innsbruck)
         
05:30   Adjourn    
         

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