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

Jets and TMD structure at the LHC and the EIC

Kyle Lee
Stony Brook

Transverse momentum dependent (TMD) distributions and fragmentations are important observables related to the rich structures and correlations present in processes involving hadron(s). They are most often studied in the context of three standard processes: DY, SIDIS, and e+e- to dihadrons. In this talk, I will discuss many novel ways beyond the standard processes to study TMD structures at the LHC and the EIC. In particular, I will discuss how jet substructure techniques can be used to study TMD fragmentation functions and discuss how different processes at the EIC and hadron colliders can be used to probe TMD distributions.


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