Over the last two decades, the HERA collider has provided a large amount of new information about QCD dynamics at high energy. While the most appreciated are the measurements of the proton structure functions in a wide range of parton momentum x and virtuality Q2, it is hard to believe that some of the observations at HERA which do not fit the simple picture of DGLAP dynamics would not get amplified at the LHC, possibly rendering certain approaches to searches beyond the Standard Model inadequate.
|Number of pages
|Acta Physica Polonica B
|Published - Jul 2009
|Cracow Epiphany Conference on Hadron Interactions at the Dawn of the LHC - Cracow, Poland
Duration: 5 Jan 2009 → 7 Jan 2009