4-7 January 2020
IIT Bombay
Asia/Kolkata timezone

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The most intriguing question in hadron physics in recent days is the internal structure of the nucleon and nuclei, in position as well as in momentum space, in terms of quarks and gluons. The proposed Electron-Ion collider (EIC) will collide high energy electrons with nucleon and nuclei and get a snapshot of their  internal structure.  It will address several fundamental questions, like how the spin of the nucleon is made up from the contributions of the quarks and gluons,  and also how does the proton gets its mass. It will also  help us to understand the gluons that bind the quarks through strong interaction (QCD). Data from EIC can help in reducing the pdf uncertainties which will be important for BSM searches at other colliders like LHC.  In fact EIC is the most important upcoming collider in the future which a large number of theorists and experimentalists from all over the world are looking forward to. The workshop "QCD with Electron-Ion Collider (QEIC)" aims to bring together theorists and experimentalist to discuss several key issues in this context.
(i) Understanding the origin of nucleon mass
(ii) Nucleon in position and momentum space  : Wigner distributions and GTMDs
(iii) Single spin asymmetries
(iv) Generalized parton distributions
(v) Gluon distributions
(vi) current status of pdfs

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