- Simone Rodini
In this talk, I will introduce the concept of the nucleon energy-energy correlator (NEEC). I will argue how NEEC can be measured in the DIS process and present the NLL+NLO results. Its physical meaning and possible application to the nucleon/nucleus structure studies will also be discussed.
In this talk I will summarise the development of NLL accurate parton shower algorithms from the study of amplitude evolution. I will give particular focus to recent work on generalising the coherent branching framework.
The Parton Branching (PB) approach provides evolution equations for transverse momentum dependent parton densities (TMDs). It is an angular ordered evolution that keeps track of the transverse momentum throughout the whole evolution chain and has equations that are structured such that they can be solved with Monte Carlo (MC) techniques. The obtained TMDs can be used in MC generators to...
In the coming years, the Electron-Ion-Collider (EIC) in the United States will enable researchers to study lepton-hadron collisions with unprecedented precision. To consolidate figures of merit of a variety of measurements at the EIC, it is essential to include radiative corrections in simulations of electron-proton and electron-nucleus collisions. For the time being, there do not exist any...