While the Jefferson Lab 12 GeV program is running, it is already time to plan the future developments for the facility. A new round of upgrades to CEBAF are under technical development. One of these is a potential energy upgrade to 24 GeV using novel magnet designs in the existing recirculation arcs. Another is a potential for intense polarized beams of electrons or positrons, which would allow for new measurements in nucleon tomography, provide precision extraction of contributions from higher order electromagnetic currents, and allow new tests of the standard model. In addition, it is possible to open new research lines using secondary beams.
The objective of the workshop is to gather theorists and experimentalists to discuss the physics opportunities and technical options for each of the possible upgrade scenarios.
For in-person participants, proof of COVID-19 vaccination is mandatory to access the university buildings.