Workshop on Nuclear Chromo-Dynamic Studies with a Future Electron Ion Collider

Argonne National Laboratory, April 7 - 9, 2010

The workshop on "Nuclear Chromo-Dynamic Studies with a Future Electron Ion Collider", co-organized by Argonne National Laboratory, and the Jefferson Lab Users Group, is one of the science workshops organized to investigate the physics potential that a high luminosity and moderate energy electron ion collider offers beyond the 12 GeV Upgrade of Jefferson Lab. The program of the workshop will summarize recent physics results obtained by the different nuclear chromo-dynamics subgroups. The goal of the workshop is to identify exciting physics measurements and physics-based requirements for the characteristics of the Collider. The workshop will take place at the Physics Division of Argonne National Laboratory from April 7 to 9th. We look forward to your participation in this workshop.


Nuclear DVCS, shadowing and anti-shadowing -- Color Transparency -- EMC effect -- short range correlations -- nuclear form factors -- Hadronization -- Bose-Einstein correlations -- hidden colors --

Organizing Committee:

Alberto Accardi, Hampton University and Jefferson Lab
William Brooks, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile
Claudio Ciofi Degli Atti, University of Perugia, Italy
Dave Gaskell, Jefferson Lab
Vadim Guzey, Jefferson Lab
Kawtar Hafidi, Argonne National Lab
Paul Hoyer, University of Helsinki, Finland


The workshop is jointly sponsored by Jefferson Lab, the Jefferson Science Associates, LLC Initiatives Fund and Argonne National Laboratory.


For questions about the scientific program, please contact Kawtar Hafidi: [email protected]
For questions about access to the lab and travel, please contact Debbie Morrison: [email protected]