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From 1D Fragmentation towards 3D Correlated Fragmentation

Registration closed 14/10/2015.


Gian Maria Ziglio
+39 0461 314725
Monday, 26 October, 2015 - 09:00 to Friday, 30 October, 2015 - 12:00
ECT* Conference room

Our understanding of the fragmentation functions, or of the process how massive and colorless hadrons emerge from near-massless and color-charged quarks and gluons, suffers from the same shortcomings as the one-dimensional (1D) parton (spin and momentum) distributions in the description of nucleon structure. The partons exhibit three-dimensional (3D) confined motion inside nucleons, reflecting the 3D structure of the nucleon. Hadrons can emerge from a vehement electronquark scattering process only by the struck quark binding with another. At minimum, one additional antiquark is required, to be picked up either from the QCD vacuum or the remnant beam (target) fragments. The final hadron can accumulate a momentum transverse to the beam direction by a convolution of the transverse momentum of the struck quark and the transverse momentum of the additional antiquark. This then turns the understanding of the emergence of hadrons from color charge into a correlated 3D problem. This workshop goal is to consider and develop a necessary extension of the usual 1D fragmentation approach. Even if this is a significant hurdle to take, this is the time to start considering more seriously unintegrated fragmentation or fracture functions, including potentially defining a more intuitive class of functions for the latter to express the correlated nature of the fragmentation process.

Registration period: 
24 Aug 2015 to 13 Oct 2015


Alessandro Bacchetta INFN Pavia and Pavia University
Vincenzo Barone Piemonte Orientale Univeristy - Alessandria
Rolf Ent Jefferson Lab
Ted C. Rogers Jefferson Lab and Old Dominion University


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
AidalaChristineUniversity of MichiganU.S.
AnderleDaniele PaoloInstitute fuer Theoretische Physik, Universitaet TuebingenGermany
BaroneVincenzoUniversity of Piemonte OrientaleItaly
BoglioneMariaelenaUniversity of TurinItaly
BrooksWillUniversidad Técnica Federico Santa MaríaChile
CeccopieriFederico AlbertoUniversité de Liège, IFPABelgium
CloetIanArgonne National LaboratoryUSA
CollinsJohnPennsylvania State UniversityUSA
EntRolfJefferson LabUSA
GagliardiCarlTexas A&M UniversityUSA
Gonzalez-HernandezJ. OsvaldoUniversity of TurinItaly
GuzziMarcoUniversity of ManchesterUnited Kingdom
KaufmannTomTübingen University, Institute for Theoretical PhysicsGermany
KoikeYujiNiigata UniversityJapan
LönnbladLeifLund UniversitySweden
MakkeNourTrieste University and INFN section of TriesteItaly
MatevosyanHrayrCoEPP and CSSM, University of AdelaideAustralia
MelisStefanoDipartimento di Fisica, Universita di TorinoItaly
MuldersPietVU AmsterdamNetherlands
RadiciMarcoIstituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare - Sez. PaviaItaly
RogersTedOld Dominion UniversityUSA
SignoriAndreaVrije Universiteit Amsterdam - NikhefNetherlands
SiversDennisPortland Physics InstituteUSA
StratmannMarcoUniv. of Tuebingen, Inst. for Theor. PhysicsGermany
VladimirovVladimirovInstitut fur Theoretische PhysikGermany
VossenAnselmIndiana UniversityUnited States