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SRC EMC Workshop

US/Eastern
Alexander Jentsch (Brookhaven National Lab) , Diego Lonardoni (Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) and Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)) , Dien Nguyen (MIT) , Douglas Higinbotham (Jefferson Lab) , Efrain Segarra (MIT) , Florian Hauenstein (Old Dominion University) , Holly Szumila-Vance (JLab) , Jennifer Rittenhouse West (Berkeley Lab and the EIC Center at Jefferson Lab) , Julian Kahlbow (MIT & Tel Aviv University) , Or Hen (MIT) , Reynier Cruz Torres (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) , Ronen Weiss (Racah Institute, Hebrew University, Jerusalem) , Zhoudunming Tu (BNL)
Description

Since the early days of A(e,e’p)A-1 valance shell knock-out experiments, it has been clear that effects beyond simple independent particle models are needed to explain the magnitude of the observed cross sections. One of the key ingredients added to the theoretical models to explain the data was short-range nucleon-nucleon correlations which were described as removing
strength from the shells.

While this explanation that a two-body would be the leading order
correction to the one body independent particle model was quite pleasing and logical, it took many decades to experimentally observe short-range correlations.


In 2008, by making measurements in extreme kinematics (xB>1 and Q2>2 GeV2) scientists at Jefferson Lab measured the 12C(e,e’pN) reaction and showed that nearly all the high missing momentum (e,e’p) events had a partner neutron. This proton-neutron pair dominance could only be explained by an initial-state effect (i.e. the short-range nucleon-nucleon behavior). Since
then there has been a rather robust program of experiments done around the world to better understand these correlations. Most recently, exclusive (p,2p A-2)N measurements used spectator tagging techniques to probe, for the first time, the residual nuclear system after SRC breakup – directly probing the low-energy nuclear structure associated with SRC formation. As SRCs are at the heart of a series of models for the EMC effect, these studies are leading the way for studying the partonic origin of nuclear structure and correlations.

Recently studies have been undertaken to understand what aspects of short-range nucleonnucleon correlations could be studied with the upcoming Electron-Ion Collider (EIC). It is clear that with its high luminosity and large kinematics reach, the EIC could easily study the so-called tagged deep inelastic scattering effect and definitively show if it is indeed initial-state high
momentum pairs that cause the modification of nucleons in the nucleus that is seen in the EMC effect. Further tagging of nuclear recoils can extend these studies to probe the partonic structure of nucleons in different nuclear configurations. There are many other short-range correlation processes that are being investigated for study. These include diffractive break-up of the deuteron, polarized deuteron break-up in extreme kinematics, the polarized 3He reaction in extreme kinematics, the A(e,e’pn) reaction using the far forward detectors and more. This workshop will help further develop this program with emphasis on (A) connections to SRC studies undertaken by the nuclear structure community at FRIB, RIKEN, GSI, and JINR, and (B) yellow-report type developments of required kinematical coverages, rates, and detection resolutions.

Registration
Registration
Participants
  • Abbey Waldron
  • Abdou Chbihi
  • Abha Rajan
  • Abishek karki
  • Adam Freese
  • Adam Vernon
  • Aldric Revel
  • Alexander Jentsch
  • Alexandra Gade
  • Andrea Gottardo
  • Andrew Denniston
  • Anna CORSI
  • Anthony Thomas
  • Anthony Tropiano
  • Arie Bodek
  • Arnau Rios Huguet
  • Arun Tadepalli
  • Augusto Macchiavelli
  • Axel Schmidt
  • Baishan Hu
  • Bao-An Li
  • Baohua Sun
  • Björn Jonson
  • Caleb Fogler
  • Carlo Barbieri
  • Carlos Yero
  • Carmel Neuburger
  • Chris Campbell
  • Christian Weiss
  • Claude Marchand
  • Daniel Bazin
  • Daniel Galaviz
  • Dave Gaskell
  • David Meekins
  • Deepak Bhetuwal
  • Desa Jelavic Malenica
  • Dick Furnstahl
  • Diego Lonardoni
  • Dien Nguyen
  • Dipangkar Dutta
  • Donal Day
  • Douglas Higinbotham
  • Ehoud Pazy
  • Eli Piasetzky
  • enrico Vigezzi
  • Erez Cohen
  • Erin Seroka
  • Fatiha Benmokhtar
  • Florian Hauenstein
  • Gabe Grauvogel
  • Gerald Miller
  • Giacomo de Angelis
  • Giuseppe Verde
  • Greg Hackman
  • Göran Johansson
  • Hamlet Mkrtchyan
  • Hans Feldmeier
  • Heather Crawford
  • Hien Van
  • Holly Szumila-Vance
  • Hongna Hongna
  • Hugh Montgomery
  • Hung Nguyen
  • Hyeonja Jhang
  • Ian Cloet
  • Igor Korover
  • Isao Tanihata
  • Jackson Pybus
  • Jan Ryckebusch
  • Jay Benesch
  • Jennifer Rittenhouse West
  • Jian Liu
  • Jianmin Dong
  • Joakim Cederkall
  • Jorge Morfín
  • Jose Benlliure
  • Jose Luis Rodriguez Sanchez
  • Joseph Maerovitz
  • Julian Kahlbow
  • Justin Estee
  • Karl Slifer
  • Kong Tu
  • Lakhdar Sek
  • Larry Weinstein
  • Laura Elisa Marcucci
  • Leonid Chulkov
  • Leonid Frankfurt
  • Manuel Xarepe
  • MARIA PATSYUK
  • maria piarulli
  • Marina Petri
  • Mark Strikman
  • Markus Diefenthaler
  • Massimiliano Alvioli
  • Matthias Burkardt
  • Mehana P
  • Mehana P
  • Meytal Duer
  • Misak Sargsian
  • Mitra Shabestari
  • Mostofa Hisham
  • Naibo Zhang
  • Narbe Kalantarians
  • Natalia Calleya
  • Natalie Wright
  • Nathaly Santiesteban
  • Nigel Orr
  • Nir Barnea
  • Noemi Rocco
  • Odilon Lourenço
  • Or Hen
  • Pavan _
  • Peter Solazzo
  • Phiala Shanahan
  • Phoebe Sharp
  • Ranjeet Dalal
  • Rawda Hassan Ahmed
  • Reynier Cruz Torres
  • Robert Wiringa
  • Roderick Clark
  • Rodrigo Negreiros
  • Ronen Weiss
  • Samantha Sword-Fehlberg
  • saori pastore
  • Scott Bogner
  • Sebastian E. Kuhn
  • Shalev Gilad
  • Shujie Li
  • Silviu Covrig
  • Simon Sirca
  • simonetta liuti
  • Stanley Brodsky
  • Stefanos Paschalis
  • Stephen Wood
  • Taekeun Choi
  • Takashi Nakamura
  • Thiziri AMEZZA
  • Tolga Erbora
  • Tristan Anderson
  • Tyler Hague
  • Tyler Kutz
  • Ulrich Mosel
  • Valerii Panin
  • Vardan Tadevosyan
  • Vasanthi loganathan
  • Victor Kim
  • Wally Melnitchouk
  • Wen-Mei GUO
  • Werner Boeglin
  • Will Detmold
  • Willem Dickhoff
  • Wim Cosyn
  • Xinle Shang
  • Xuezhi Wang
  • Yan Huang
  • Yelei Sun
  • Zhihong Ye
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