RHIC & AGS Annual Users' Meeting

Workshop 4


Longitudinal Spin

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Date: Monday, June 1, 2009  
Organizers: Kensuke Okada and Pibero Djwartho
Time: Morning Session  
Location: Room B, Berkner Hall - bldg. 488


9:00   STAR W   Joe Seele (MIT)
9:25   PHENIX W   Kenichi Karatsu (Kyoto Univ.)
9:50   Longitudinal Single Spin Asymmetry in W Boson Production at RHIC   Edmond L. Berger (Argonne National Laboratory)
10:20   Coffee Break
10:35   JLab [ppt]   [pdf]   Karl Slifer (JLab/UNH)
11:05   Hermes   Joshua Rubin (UIUC)
11:35   PHENIX Delta-G   Robert Bennett (ODU)
12:00   STAR Delta-G   Dave Staszak (UCLA)
12:25   Theory II (neural network approach on PDF)   Alberto Guffanti (Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat)
12:55   Lunch

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