- Carlota Andres (Ecole Polytechnique, CPHT)
- Emilie Li (IJCLAB)
In this talk, I will be discussing recent updates from the JAM collaboration. In addition I will discuss new initiatives funded by SciDAC to build the next generation of phenomenology tools for nuclear tomography.
In this talk, recent results from Compass in the field of hadron structure will be presented.
The almost-11 GeV polarised electron beam scattering from polarised and unpolarised fixed targets at Jefferson Lab (JLab), USA, enables measurements of deep inelastic scattering in the valence quark regime. A range of exclusive and semi-inclusive processes give access to three-dimensional structure of the nucleon through, respectively, the frameworks of Generalised Parton Distributions (GPDs)...
Transverse-momentum distributions inside hadrons have been a very active topic in hadron physics for the past three decades. An important ingredient to this endeavour is hadronization (or fragmentation), the formation of hadrons from partons. Belle was a pioneer in employing electron-positron annihilation data to constrain the Collins fragmentation function for charged pions and various other...
Quarkonium production is a key process to probe the non-perturbative behavior of QCD. The associated production of quarkonia is not only useful to improve our understanding of the quarkonium production mechanism, but also helpful to reveal the double parton scatterings process. It is also considered a good way to probe the transverse momentum dependent parton distribution functions of gluons...