Physics with an Electron Polarized Light-Ion Collider / Edition 1

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Over the last several years, physicists interested in understanding the structure of matter at the fundamental partonic (quark and lepton) level have come to realize that an electron-ion collider can address many of the outstanding questions in hadronic physics. In Summer 2000, a new Long Range Planning Exercise was announced for nuclear physics in the United States, and the proponents of an electron-ion collider came together to make the scientific case for this machine. This workshop summarizes the physics case and machine design for a next generation facility to study the fundamental structure of hadrons.
Topics include: Spin and flavor structure of the nucleon, semi-exclusive processes, heavy quarks/target fragmentation, e-A physics, and machine.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735400283
  • Publisher: American Institute of Physics
  • Publication date: 9/5/2007
  • Series: AIP Conference Proceedings Series, #588
  • Edition description: 2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 391
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents

Sponsors and Scientific Organizing Committee
Hadronic Physics with a Polarized Electron-Ion Collider 1
Learning from QCD 13
Nucleon Spin Physics: Experimental Status and Potential of HERMES, COMPAS, and RHIC 34
Overview of Skewed Parton Distributions 49
The Spin Structure of the Nucleon: Theoretical Overview 54
Current Fragmentation in the Semi-inclusive Leptoproduction 75
Probing "Generalized Parton Distribution" with JLab at 12 GeV 89
e-A Physics at a Collider 104
Deeply Inelastic Scattering off Nuclei at RHIC 121
Luminosity Limitations for Electron-Ion Collider 142
Overview of European Plans for Future Lepton/Photon Scattering Facilities 155
Semi-inclusive Studies of the Quark Spin and Flavor Structure of the Proton 171
Establishing Evidences of Factorization in Semi-inclusive Electron Scattering 176
(Vector) Meson Production and Duality 182
Generalized Parton Distributions and Deep Virtual Compton Scattering 187
Generalized Parton Distributions and the Dependence of Parton Distributions on the Impact Parameter 199
An Energy Recovery Electron Linac-on-Ring Collider 204
Wide Angle Compton Scattering 229
Structure of the Goldstone Bosons 234
Calculation of Fragmentation Functions in Two-Hadron Semi-inclusive Processes 240
TESLA-N: Electron Scattering with Polarized Targets at TESLA 245
Hadronic Wave Functions and Exclusive Processes 250
[Lambda] and [Lambda] Polarization as a Measurement of Distribution and Fragmentation Functions 255
Single Spin Asymmetries in Semi-inclusive Electroproduction: Access to Transversity 260
Quark-Hadron Duality in Electron Scattering 267
[Lambda] Polarization in the Target Fragmentation Region of SIDIS 272
Polarized Heavy Flavor Production in Next-to-Leading Order QCD 277
Soft Diffraction at EPIC Scales 282
The Strange Sea inside the Nucleon 286
QCD in eRHIC and EPIC 293
QCD at High Parton Density 297
QCD Instantons in the Soft Pomeron 302
Diffractive Electroproduction of Vector Mesons from Light Nuclei 307
Physics of p-A Collisions and Its Relation to e-A Collisions 312
Conceptual Design Study of the Electron-Proton Storage Ring Collider with Polarized Beams 319
Electron and Positron Polarisation at HERA: Past and Future 338
Polarized Electrons at Bates: Source to Storage Ring 343
Proton and Electron Polarisation in Storage Rings: Some Basic Concepts 350
Siberian Snakes and Spin-Flipping in Storage Rings 355
Agenda 361
Schedule 363
List of Participants 367
Author Index 379
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