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The Future of Color Transparency and Hadronization Studies at Jefferson Lab and Beyond

from Monday, 7 June 2021 (08:45) to Tuesday, 8 June 2021 (18:20)
Online

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
7 Jun 2021
8 Jun 2021
AM
08:45
Session 1 (until 10:10) ()
08:45 Opening Remarks - Bob McKeown (Jefferson Lab)   ()
09:00 Introduction - Dipangkar Dutta (Mississippi State U.)   ()
09:10 J-PARC hadron physics and future possibilities on color transparency - Shunzo Kumano (KEK)   ()
09:40 Chasing QCD Signatures in Nuclei using Color Coherence Phenomena - Lamiaa El-Fassi (Mississippi State University)   ()
10:10 --- break1 ---
10:20
Session 2 (until 12:00) ()
10:20 Color Transparency: Past, Present and Future - Gerald Miller (U. of Washington)   ()
10:50 Color transparency in JLab experiments using different reaction mechanisms - Holly Szumilla-Vance (JLab)   ()
11:20 The onset of color transparency in holographic light-front QCD - Stanley Brodsky (SLAC)   ()
09:00
Session 1 (until 10:10) ()
09:00 Introduction/Recap - Dipangkar Dutta (Mississippi State University)   ()
09:10 Measuring pion-induced exclusive Drell-Yan process at J-PARC - Wen-chen Chang (Academia Sinica)   ()
09:40 CT: factorization theorems vs Feynman mechanism - Leonid Frankfurt (Tel Aviv U.)   ()
10:10 --- break 1 ---
10:20
Session 2 (until 12:00) ()
10:20 Hadronization and final-state interactions in nuclear breakup measurements - Christian Weiss (JLab)   ()
10:50 Generalized color transparency in coherent photoproduction of J/psi mesons on nuclei at the LHC - Vadim Guzey (Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute )   ()
11:20 Color transparency studies at intermediate energies in a relativistic Glauber model - Wim Cosyn (Florida International U.)   ()
PM
12:00 --- lunch ---
13:30
Session 3 (until 15:00) ()
13:30 Hadronization, formation times and CT in quantum-kinetic transport theory - Ulrich Mosel (U. of Giessen)   ()
14:00 Transparent Virtual Nucleons and Short-Range Correlations - Or Hen (MIT)   ()
14:30 Transport Estimations of Final State Interaction Effects on Short–range Correlation Studies, - Natalie Wright (MIT)   ()
15:00 --- break2 ---
15:10
Discussion - Eli Piasetzky (2) (Tel Aviv University) Guy de Teramond (1) (U. of Costa Rica) (until 16:00) ()
15:10 Discussion1: Halographic light-front QCD - Guy de Teramond   ()
15:25 Discussion2: Virtuality dependence of FSI - Eli Piasetzky   ()
16:00
Session 4 (until 17:20) ()
16:00 Soft and hard aspects of QCD dynamics in hadronic form factors. - Anatoly Radyushkin (Old Dominion University)   ()
16:30 Hadronization studies with CLAS - Miguel Arratia (UC Riverside)   ()
17:00 Studying Color Transparency through backward pi0 electroproduction off nuclear target - Garth Huber (U. of Regina) Bill Li (William and Mary)   ()
17:20 --- break3 ---
17:30
Discussion - Mark Strikman (Penn State U.) (until 18:30) ()
17:30 Discussion3: CT and freezing in large p_t two to three high energy processes. - Mark Strikman (Penn State)   ()
12:00 --- lunch ---
13:30
Session 3 (until 15:00) ()
13:30 What Can We Learn from Entanglement ? - John Ralston (U. of Kansas)   ()
14:00 Color transparency in pbar A reactions - Alexie Larionov (JINR Dubna)   ()
14:30 Jet and heavy flavor production theory at the EIC - Ivan Vitev (Los Alamos National Lab)   ()
15:00 --- break2 ---
15:10
Discussion - Misak Sargsian (Florida International University) (until 16:00) ()
15:10 Discussion 4: Lambda hadronization - Lamiaa El-Fassi (Mississippi State U.)   ()
15:35 Discussion 5: CT and hadronization studies with the Deuteron - Misak Sargsian (FIU)   ()
16:00
Session 4 (until 17:20) ()
16:00 Nucleon re-scattering in D(e,e’p)n : Observations and Possibilities - Werner Boeglin (FIU)   ()
16:30 Nuclear Transparency Measurements in large-angle quasi-elastic A(p,2p) scattering at BNL - Israel Mardor (Tel Aviv U.)   ()
17:00 Color Transparency in Dirty Kinematics - Douglas Higinbotham (JLab)   ()
17:20 --- break3 ---
17:30
Discussion - Mark Strikman (until 18:00) ()
17:30 Discussion 6: Suppression of pion field and chiral transparency - Mark Strikman (Penn State)   ()
18:00
Closeout (until 18:10) ()