Fourth workshop on "Perceiving the Emergence of Hadron Mass through AMBER@CERN" (EHM2020/3)

Europe/Zurich
Craig Roberts (Nanjing University) , Oleg Denisov (INFN, sezione di Torino) , Jan Friedrich (Technische Universitaet Muenchen (DE)) , Wolf-Dieter Nowak (Institut fuer Hochenergiephysik Zeuthen) , Catarina Quintans (LIP Laboratorio de Instrumentacao e Fisica Experimental de Part)
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Attention: This follow-up workshop will take place by videoconference only.

Due to the health emergency related to the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), this event is  by  videoconference only.

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The origin of the bulk of visible mass in the Universe is still unknown. Contrasting to the massiveness of the proton, the pion appears as unnaturally light, although both are of composite nature. This dichotomy forms a key part of the conundrum of “Emergence of Hadron Mass”.  The mechanism responsible for the generation of mass is the dynamical breaking of the scale invariance in Quantum Chromodynamics; and measurements of parton distribution functions (PDFs) are sensitive to this effect and its corollaries.

PDFs can be experimentally accessed via deep inelastic scattering, by pion and kaon-induced Drell-Yan interactions, charmonium production at moderate energies and hadro-production of direct photons. Remarkable theoretical progress has been achieved during the last decade. The resulting predictions require confrontation with accurate experimental data, like those that would become available at the AMBER experiment, very recently proposed at CERN. The prospects opened by the AMBER proposal provide now the opportunity for reviewing the present theoretical understanding of the Emergence of Hadron Mass, in order to harden and extend the list of experimental observables accessible at AMBER.

This Theory Initiative will join theorists from high-energy nuclear and particle physics, in a dialogue with the experimentalists, addressing the origin of hadron masses. This workshop is a follow-up of those held in December 2019 (https://indico.cern.ch/event/868625/), March/April (https://indico.cern.ch/event/880248/) and in August (https://indico.cern.ch/event/940450/). It is meant to continue a collaborative effort between the experimentalists proposing this new measurement campaign, the phenomenologists doing global data analyses for parton distributions, and hadron-structure theorists.

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Participants
  • Abhay Deshpande
  • Adnan Bashir
  • Alain Jean Magnon
  • Alexandr Bulgakov
  • Alim Ruzi
  • Almaz Nasrtdinov
  • Andrei Maltsev
  • Andres Cicuttin
  • Anna Martin
  • Aram Kotzinian
  • Aurore Courtoy
  • Bakur Parsamyan
  • Bowen Xiao
  • Caroline Kathrin Riedl
  • Catarina Quintans
  • Chaden Djalali
  • Chandradoy Chatterjee
  • Chao Shi
  • Chen Chen
  • Cheng Peng
  • Christian Dreisbach
  • Chueng Ji
  • Craig Roberts
  • Cédric Lorcé
  • Cédric Mezrag
  • Daniele D'Ago
  • David Richards
  • Emanuel Ydrefors
  • Eva-Maria Kabuss
  • Evgeny Isupov
  • Fabienne Kunne
  • Faiza Khalid
  • Fei Gao
  • Feliciano de Soto
  • Franco Bradamante
  • Fred Olness
  • Friedrich Klein
  • Fulvio Tessarotto
  • Gastao Krein
  • George Yabusaki
  • Gerhard Mallot
  • Giovanni Salme'
  • Grigory Nigmatkulov
  • Guilherme Zeminiani
  • Gustavo Antonio Pires Vaccani
  • Gustavo Paredes Torres
  • Hamlet Mkrtchyan
  • Hartmut Schmieden
  • Horst Fischer
  • Huey-Wen Lin
  • Igor Denisenko
  • Isela Melany Higuera Angulo
  • ismail zahed
  • Jacobo Ruiz de Elvira
  • Jan Matousek
  • Jen-Chieh Peng
  • Jin-Li Zhang
  • JOHN TERRY
  • Jorge Berenguer Antequera
  • Jorge Segovia
  • Jose Manuel Morgado Chávez
  • José Rodriguez Quintero
  • Jurandi Leão
  • Kai-Thomas Brinkmann
  • Karin Schoenning
  • Khépani Raya Montaño
  • Kyungseon Joo
  • Langtian Liu
  • Lei Chang
  • Maksim Davydov
  • Marcia Quaresma
  • Martin Faessler
  • Maxim Alexeev
  • Michael Finger
  • Michael Ostrick
  • Michela Chiosso
  • Ming Xiong Liu
  • Minghui Ding
  • Narinder Kumar
  • Nicole D'Hose
  • nobuo sato
  • Oleg Denisov
  • Pavel Nadolsky
  • Pedro Manuel Mendes Correia
  • Pei-Lin Yin
  • Piet Mulders
  • Rachel Montgomery
  • Ralf Gothe
  • Roberto Silveira
  • Rolf Ent
  • Rong WANG
  • Rui Zhang
  • Shuddha Shankar Dasgupta
  • Shusheng Xu
  • Stefan Diehl
  • Stefan Wallner
  • Stefano Levorato
  • Stephane Platchkov
  • Susanna Tessaro
  • Takahiro Sawada
  • Tobias Frederico
  • Triloki Triloki
  • Valery Lyubovitsky
  • Victor Mokeev
  • Vincent Andrieux
  • Vincent Mathieu
  • Vitaly Chesnokov
  • Wen-Chen Chang
  • Wolf-Dieter Nowak
  • Xingbo Zhao
  • Xurong Chen
  • Ya Lu
  • Yann Bedfer
  • Yin-Zhen Xu
  • Yuji Goto
  • yuxiang zhao
  • Zhu-Fang Cui
  • Áron Kripkó