Probing QCD at the high energy frontier
The LHC, the FCC and future deep inelastic scattering experiments probe QCD at unprecedentedly high collision energies. Understanding the physics of these collisions in weak coupling QCD requires reorganizing perturbative calculations to properly resume the effects of the high energies and large parton densities. This workshop will focus on recent advances that are pushing the theory of QCD in that regime to higher orders in perturbation theory, and towards a controlled first principles understanding of new processes, such as the initial stages of heavy ion collisions, exclusive processes and multiparticle correlations.
- Phenomenology of QCD at high energy/low x: BFKL and gluon saturation regimes
- Higher order calculations in QCD at low x
- Correlations of produced particles
- Transverse-momentum dependent parton distributions and spin in the low-x limit