Stanley J. Brodsky
, SLAC, Stanford University
[Host: Dinko Pocanic]
I will survey a number of exciting new developments in hadron physics.
These include: new insights into the nature of the color-confining confinement quark potential in quantum chromodynamics; a novel application of supersymmetry to hadron physics; the relation between the parameter Λ
MS which controls high-energy interactions of quarks to the mass of the proton; and the elimination of the renormalization scale ambiguity for perturbative QCD calculations.
I will also discuss several novel experimental tests of QCD which can be performed at JLab, including: hard exclusive and diffractive reactions, flavor-dependent antishadowing of nuclear interactions; intrinsic strange- and charm-quark phenomena; the production of tetraquarks and other exotic hadronic states; and factorization-breaking lensing phenomena.
Monday, April 27, 2015
Physics Building, Room 203
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Special Colloquium: INPP Annual Lecture
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