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Hadron Spectroscopy with a CEBAF Energy Upgrade

JLab F326 (Hybrid)

JLab F326

Adam Szczepaniak, Alaina Vaughn, Alessandro Pilloni, Derek Glazier, Justin Stevens, Marco Battaglieri, Sean Dobbs

Recent observations in heavy-quark spectroscopy have provided numerous candidates for hadronic resonances which are exotic in nature, the so-called XYZ and Pc states.  With a CEBAF energy upgrade to 20-24 GeV these states and other charmonia may be studied in photoproduction and electroproduction measurements at JLab.  This workshop aims to identify the key measurements made possible by such an upgrade, utilizing recent theoretical models for production and evaluating the detector performance requirements.


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    • Introduction
      Convener: Justin Stevens (College of William and Mary)
      • 1
        Introduction to Workshop Series
        Speaker: David Dean
      • 2
        Accelerator perspective: FFA design
        Speaker: Alex Bogacz (Jefferson Lab)
      • 3
        HEP perspective: Snowmass Spectroscopy Overview
        Speaker: Richard Lebed (Arizona State University)
    • 10:00 AM
      Coffee Break
    • Theory and Discussion
      Convener: Justin Stevens (College of William and Mary)
      • 4
        Production of XYZP states at lepton-proton facilities
        Speaker: Feng-Kun Guo (Institute of Theoretical Physics, CAS)
      • 5
        Theory of XYZ electro- and photo-production from JPAC
        Speaker: Vincent Mathieu (JLab)
      • 6