Future experiments / Outlook
- Wojciech Broniowski (IFJ PAN)
In this talk, I plan to discuss the exploration of the gluon saturation
phenomenon in pA collisions and at the future EIC. The proposed
cutting-edge EIC can lead us to answers to many fundamental questions
about the physical role and 3D image of gluons in nucleons and nuclei
with unprecedented precision, and also has the potential to discover a
form of ultra-dense gluonic matter. Complementary...
In this talk I will review the existing proposal of
energy-frontier deep-inelastic scattering at CERN, the Large
Hadron-electron Collider LHeC. I will present the proposal, consisting
in colliding 60 GeV electrons from an energy recovery linac with the LHC
beams or, in the further future, with the HE-LHC or FCC proton and
nuclear beams. Then I will discuss the physics case, focusing on...
The 2015 Long Range Plan for Nuclear Science in the US recommends a
high-energy, high-luminosity polarized Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) as
the highest priority for new facility construction after the completion
of FRIC. The project is currently reviewed by the National Academy of
Science. The EIC will, for the first time, precisely image gluons in
nucleons and nuclei. It will reveal the origin...