Thursday, May 9 2024
15:30 - 16:45

Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall

Gluon amplifications from Deep Inelastic Scattering in EIC

Tiyasa Kar

North Carolina State University

Many interesting phenomena are going to be tested in the upcoming Electron-Ion Collider. One of them could be the Bose enhancement of gluons in the nuclear wave function. Bose enhancement leads to an enhancement of diffractive dijet production cross section
when the transverse momenta of the two jets are aligned at zero relative angle. This enhancement is maximal when the magnitude of the transverse momenta of the two jets are equal, and disappears rather quickly as a function of the ratio of the two momenta.
This can be shown for both the dilute limit and fully nonlinear dense regime where the nuclear wave function is evolved with the leading order JIMWLK equation. In both cases we observe a visible effect, with it being enhanced by the evolution due to the
dynamical generation of the color neutralization scale.

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