Electron-Ion Collider: The next QCD frontier

@article{Accardi2013ElectronIonCT,
  title={Electron-Ion Collider: The next QCD frontier},
  author={A. Accardi and Javier L. Albacete and Mauro Anselmino and N{\'e}stor Armesto and Elke C. Aschenauer and Alessandro Bacchetta and Daniel Boer and William Brooks and Thomas Burton and Ning-bo Chang and Wei-tian Deng and Abhay L Deshpande and Markus Diehl and Adrian Dumitru and Raphael Dupre and Rolf Ent and Salvatore Fazio and H. Gao and V. Guzey and Hayk Hakobyan and Yue Hao and Delia Hasch and Roy J. Holt and T. Horn and M. Huang and A. Hutton and C. Hyde and Jamal Jalilian-Marian and Spencer R. Klein and Boris Z. Kopeliovich and Yuri V. Kovchegov and K. S. Kumar and Kre{\vs}imir Kumeri{\vc}ki and M. A. C. Lamont and T. Lappi and J. -H. Lee and Y. Lee and Eugene Levin and Fangei Lin and Vladimir N. Litvinenko and Thomas W Ludlam and Cyrille Marquet and Zein-Eddine Meziani and Robert D. McKeown and Andreas Metz and R. G. Milner and Vasiliy S. Morozov and Alfred H. Mueller and Berndt M{\"u}ller and Dieter M{\"u}ller and P. Nadel-Turonski and Hannu Paukkunen and Alexey Prokudin and Vadim Ptitsyn and Xin Qian and Jian-wei Qiu and Michael J. Ramsey-Musolf and Thomas Roser and Franck Sabati{\'e} and Rodolfo Sassot and G. Schnell and Peter Schweitzer and Ernst Sichtermann and Marco Stratmann and Mark I. Strikman and M. K. Sullivan and Shantam Taneja and Tobias Toll and D. Trbojevic and Thomas Ullrich and Raju Venugopalan and Steven E. Vigdor and Werner Vogelsang and Ch. Weiss and Bo-wen Xiao and Feng Yuan and Yuanchun Zhang and L. Zheng},
  journal={The European Physical Journal A},
  year={2013},
  volume={52},
  pages={1-100}
}
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