Next generation nuclear physics with JLab12 and EIC

from to (US/Eastern)
at Florida International University
Miami, FL
The aim of the meeting is to discuss/assess the scientific opportunities in high-energy electron scattering from nuclei with the JLab 12GeV Upgrade and a future Electron-Ion Collider (EIC). Particular attention will be given to experiments with next-generation detectors allowing for partial or full detection of the nuclear final states. Specific goals are:

 -- to bring together the communities pursuing studies of light nuclei 
     (high-momentum components, spectator tagging, coherent processes) 
     and heavy nuclei (parton propagation, hadronization, medium effects); 

 -- to enable a common perspective on nuclear final-state experiments with 
     JLab 12 GeV, EIC and other facilities. 

Suggested topics include: 
Neutron structure with inclusive and tagged measurements
Nuclear partons at large, intermediate, and small x
Nuclear gluons with heavy quark probes 
High-momentum components of nuclei and short-range correlations
Non-nucleonic degrees of freedom with tagged measurements
Final-state interactions and spin-orbit phenomena in eA scattering
Vector and tensor polarized deuteron physics 
Coherent processes with light nuclei 
Medium modification of hadronic properties 
Color propagation and hadronization in medium 
Nuclear TMDs and partonic pT broadening 
Centrality signatures in eA scattering with heavy ions 
Forward detection with EIC
Novel experimental techniqes

Will Brooks (U. F. Santa Maria, Valparaiso, Chile)
Raphael Dupre (CNRS/IN2P3 Orsay and U. Paris Sud, France)
Charles Hyde (Old Dominion U., Norfolk)
Misak Sargsian (Florida International U.) [E-mail:]
Christian Weiss (JLab) [E-mail:]
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