Laboratoire LSN

The Nucleon Structure Laboratory conducts research programs in hadron physics and Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) with a specific focus on the structure of hadrons. Its activities fall into three major branches:

  • Detector physics: research and development of innovative detectors, including potential applications beyond nuclear and particle physics.
  • Experimental nuclear physics: design of new experiments, experiment run, data acquisition and analysis, prospects for future experimental facilities, statistical methods for physics analysis.
  • Theoretical nuclear physics: models of hadron structure, ab initio computations, study of polarization effects in lepton or hadron scattering, theoretical analysis of experimental data, phenomenology of hadron structure functions.  

The research programs of the Nucleon Structure Laboratory cover in a consistent way all the modern aspects of nucleon structure, from the theoretical motivation of some key problems to the design of the required associated detectors. 

The Nucleon Structure Laboratory comprises about 15 members, including staff, PhD students and postdocs.

 

Maj : 10/10/2016 (493)

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