[Host: Prof. Dustin Keller]
Lattice QCD can provide nonperturbative information about the three-dimensional structure of hadrons including TMDPDFs and their evolution. I will present recent exploratory lattice QCD calculations of the Collins-Soper kernel describing the rapidity evolution of quark TMDPDFs. I will also discuss the outlook for achieving lattice QCD predictions of the Collins-Soper kernel, and eventually complete lattice QCD predictions of TMDPDFs, with controlled systematic uncertainties and phenomenologically relevant precision.
Nuclear Physics Seminar
Tuesday, March 15, 2022
Online, Room via Zoom
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