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In mid-March, the so-called yellow report of the new Electron-Ion Collider (EIC), which is to be built in the USA. It was created by scientists from over 150 institutions around the world, including NCBJ. The report formulates expectations regarding the research carried out in the future device and indicates ways to create the best design for this purpose.

The so-called yellow report is a summary of over a year of work on the preparation of the electron-ion collider (EIC) project, which will be created at the American National Laboratory in Brookhaven. Physicists from the NCBJ Theoretical Physics Department - prof. Lech Szymanowski, dr hab. Jakub Wagner and Dr. Paweł Sznajder are co-authors of this study.

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Okładka Science Requirements and Detector Concepts for the Electron-Ion Collider