T-2, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology

Nucleon Structure from Lattice QCD

Keh-Fei Liu
Univ. of Kentucky

Lattice QCD calculations are becoming more mature as the systematic errors associated with the chiral continDuum extrapolations are beginning to come under control. A few examples in nucleon structure, such as the strangeness magnetic moment and moments of PDF, will be discussed to address the interplay between experiments and lattice results. I will also report on the status of the calculation of the quark and gluon momenta and angular momenta.


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