4-8 October 2021
University of Alcalá
Europe/Madrid timezone

QCD-N2021 is the 5th edition of the series of workshops on the QCD Structure of the Nucleon, previously held in Ferrara (2002), Frascati (2006), Bilbao (2012) and Getxo (2016). The main focus will be on recent developments in the investigation of the nucleon structure and related topics in quantum chromodynamics. In particular, the transverse and longitudinal spin structure of the nucleon and 3D imaging in both momentum space (transverse-momentum-dependent parton distributions) and in mixed momentum-position space (generalized parton distributions) have seen enormous progress during the last two decades. This partially required new approaches from theory and from experiments to obtain correlated information.

The conference will emphasize the recent progress in the field from theory, lattice-QCD and phenomenology. In this edition of the conference series, emphasis will be given to the potential of a future electron-ion collider in the description of the nucleon structure and of hadronization. The workshop will be complemented by presentations of projects planned all over the world at future high-energy facilities for a deeper understanding of the structure of nucleons.

Organizing Committee:
José Manuel Alarcón (U. Alcalá)
Miguel G. Echevarría (chair, U. Alcalá)
Rafael Fernández (U. Complutense Madrid)
Gunar Schnell (U. Basque Country)
Ignazio Scimemi (U. Complutense Madrid)
Andrea Signori (U. Pavia & JLab)

International Program Committee:
Harut Avakian (JLab, US)
Alessandro Bacchetta (co-chair, U. Pavia & INFN, Italy)
Michael Engelhardt (U. New Mexico State, US)
Salvatore Fazio (BNL, US)
Wolf-Dieter Nowak (U. Johannes Gutenberg, Germany)
Barbara Pasquini (U. Pavia & INFN, Italy)
Catarina Quintans (LIP, Portugal)
Gunar Schnell (co-chair, U. Basque Country, Spain)
Marco Stratmann (U. Tübingen, Germany)

Sponsors:
      

      

Starts 4 Oct 2021 09:00
Ends 8 Oct 2021 13:00
Europe/Madrid
University of Alcalá
Colegio San Ildefonso
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