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Having entered the 12 GeV era at JLab and with upgraded and new facilities worldwide using electromagnetic and hadronic probes, the world has embarked on an ambitious program of experiments to determine hadron elastic and transition form factors, GPDs, and TMD structure functions and therewith expose the one- and three-dimensional structure of hadrons. It is therefore imperative to develop phenomenology and theory that can convert the data into insights that will expose the character of interaction dynamics at the strong QCD frontier, where QCD's running-coupling and -masses become large and hadrons and atomic nuclei are generated. This workshop will gather experts in experiment, phenomenology and theory in order to develop plans and build collaborations that will ensure science fully capitalizes on these capital investments.
The following themes will be canvassed by keynote speakers and in associated discussion.
Zhu-Fang Cui, Nanjing University, firstname.lastname@example.org