Mini-workshop on GPD studies at JLab, J-PARC, and future EIC
9:00-12:00, May 8, Tuesday, 2018, 
KEK Tokai Campus Building-1, Room 227
https://kds.kek.jp/indico/event/27745/timetable/#20180508  for talk files
Organizers: Shunzo Kumano (KEK/J-PARC) and Kazuhiro Tanaka (Juntendo Univ./KEK)


Carlos Munoz Camacho (Institut de Physique Nucleaire, Orsay)
   Unraveling the internal structure of the proton at Jefferson Lab at the future EIC
   (announced as Particle and Nucleaer Physics Seminar at J-PARC)

Understanding Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) at large distances remains 
one of the main outstanding problems of nuclear physics. Investigating 
the internal structure of hadrons probes QCD in the non-perturbative domain 
and can help unravel the spatial extensions of nature's building blocks. 
Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering (DVCS) is the easiest reaction that 
accesses the Generalized Parton Distributions (GPDs) of the nucleon. 
GPDs offer the exciting possibility of mapping the 3-D internal structure 
of protons and neutrons by providing a transverse image of the constituents 
as a function of their longitudinal momentum. A vigorous experimental program 
is currently pursued at Jefferson Lab (JLab) to study GPDs through DVCS. 
New results recently published will be shown and discussed. We will give 
with an outlook on the Upgrade of JLab to 12 GeV, which will allow 
the full exploration of the valence quark structure of nucleons 
and nuclei and promises the extraction of full tomographic images. 
We will conclude discussing the future Electron-Ion Collider, 
which will complete this program by studying the gluon content 
of nucleons and nuclei.

10:10-10:30 break

10:30-11:30 discussions

Shinya Sawada 
  J-PARC high-momentum beamline and a possible GPD project

Kazuhiro Tanaka
  Nucleon GPDs with the exclusive pion-induced Drell-Yan process pi^- p -> mu^+ mu^- n

Talk files are available at KEK-Indico.