Science at Mid x: Anti-shadowing and the Role of the Sea

  • Science at Mid x: Anti-shadowing and the Role of the Sea
    CC L102
    2022-07-22EDT8:00:00 ~ 2022-07-23EDT12:30:00
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This workshop is part of an upcoming series of summer workshops being 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. We are particularly interested in identifying key measurements that are not possible to access at 12 GeV, that initially utilize largely existing or already-planned Hall equipment, and that leverage the unique capabilities of luminosity and precision possible at Jefferson Lab in the EIC era. It is anticipated that the workshops in this series will take place in-person at Jefferson Lab to encourage lively discussion, but with a hybrid option. A brief, summary white paper will be developed from the effort.

Event Date
CC L102
Scientific Program
Contact Name
Cynthia (Thia) Keppel
(757) 269-7580