The Next Generation of 3D Imaging
- The Next Generation of 3D Imaginghttps://indico.jlab.org/event/539/CC F324-325/ Hybrid2022-07-07EDT8:00:00 ~ 2022-07-08EDT17:00:0016880
The workshop aims to identify key measurements for the study of the three-dimensional structure of the nucleon via GPDs and TMDs, made possible by a higher energy electron beam (~20-24 GeV) at Jefferson Lab. In particular, the workshop will focus on: (1) Identify the flagship measurements that can be done only with 20+ GeV. (2) Identify the flagship measurements with 20+ GeV that can extend and improve the 11 GeV measurements, helping the physics interpretation through multidimensional bins in extended kinematics. (3) Identify the measurements with 20+ GeV that can set the bridge between JLab12 and EIC (complementarity).
The Next Generation of 3D Imaging is the second series of a group of summer workshops organized jointly between the laboratory and the Jefferson Lab Users Organization (JLUO) to probe the science that would be opened up by a higher energy electron beam (~20-24 GeV) at Jefferson Lab. For more information on all the Summer Workshops please reference the webpage at https://www.jlab.org/conference/hews22.