[PRad] [Fwd: [EXTERNAL] nucleon form factors and applications, seminar at University of Kentucky]

gasparan at jlab.org gasparan at jlab.org
Fri Apr 24 19:00:06 EDT 2020

  This looks like a good and useful seminar for us.
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] nucleon form factors and applications, seminar at
University of Kentucky
From:    "Tomalak, Oleksandr" <oleksandr.tomalak at uky.edu>
Date:    Fri, April 24, 2020 5:16 pm
To:      "Sonia Bacca" <s.bacca at uni-mainz.de>
         "jan.bernauer at stonybrook.edu" <jan.bernauer at stonybrook.edu>
         "Carl E Carlson" <carlson at jlab.org>
         "gasparan at jlab.org" <gasparan at jlab.org>
         "rajan at lanl.gov" <rajan at lanl.gov>
         "savely.karshenboim at mpq.mpg.de" <savely.karshenboim at mpq.mpg.de>
         "Andreas S Kronfeld" <ask at fnal.gov>
         "Krzysztof.Pachucki at fuw.edu.pl" <Krzysztof.Pachucki at fuw.edu.pl>
         "barbara.pasquini at pv.infn.it" <barbara.pasquini at pv.infn.it>
         "Gil Paz" <gilpaz at wayne.edu>
         "pohl at uni-mainz.de" <pohl at uni-mainz.de>
         "Marc Vanderhaeghen" <vandma00 at uni-mainz.de>
         "hartmut.wittig at uni-mainz.de" <hartmut.wittig at uni-mainz.de>
Cc:      "Hill, Richard J." <Richard.Hill at uky.edu>

Dear all,

We are happy to invite you to the Nuclear Seminar at University of
Kentucky next week.

Gabriel Lee (Cornell and Korea University) will talk about
New parameterizations and applications of nucleon electromagnetic form

In the past decade, renewed interest in the nucleon electromagnetic form
factors was sparked by new measurements of electron-proton scattering at
low Q^2 by the A1 Collaboration and of the proton charge radius in muonic
hydrogen by the CREMA Collaboration. Subsequent theoretical developments
re-examined longstanding assumptions on the parameterizations of these
form factors. In this talk, I will review some of these developments, then
present new parameterizations of the form factors that are the result of
work in the past few years. Finally, I will outline applications of these
form factors in both atomic physics and for the US program of precision
neutrino measurements.

Thursday, April 30, 2pm, EDT.
Please connect via Zoom: https://uky.zoom.us/j/768469824

Hope to have a successful meeting with a lot of interesting questions!

P.s. Feel free to invite your colleagues.

Best regards,
Sasha and Richard
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