This is the home page of the EIC e+A Working Group. The group focusses on the e+A aspects of a future Electron Ion Collider (EIC). If you are curious about the EIC and its physics please visit our Introduction page. There you can learn about the physics opportunities in e+A collisions with an Electron Ion Collider and much more. More information can be found on the official EIC Collaboration web site. If you are looking for more details on current machine concepts, good places to start are the eRHIC pages at BNL and the ELIC material available on the JLAB web site.
If you are interested in the project please join our mailing list. Our Contact page explains how. The Documents site contains all a lot of material related to e+A physics but also provides more general information about the EIC. Our Talks page lists all talks given at our EIC seminars and presentation given by members of the group. The Computing page provide information on computing resources availabel to us, our software and information on how to get started. This page is for collaborators only.
On September 26th, as part of an informal EIC meeting at BNL, people visited the IP2 region of the RHIC ring. For photos, click here. (9/26/2008, macl)
An article has been published in the latest edition of RHIC news, authored by Christine Aidala, giving an overview of the physics drivers behind the EIC project. (7/30/2008, macl)
Our EIC seminars are currently taking a Summer Break. Look under the Talks link for previous seimnars. When resumed, they will take place on Thursdays at 10:30am usually in the Orange Room. Speakers and/or meeting topics will be announced on the mailing list and here. (7/30/2008, macl)