Nov 25 – 29, 2019
University of Pavia
Europe/Rome timezone

The impact of the non-perturbative parameters in the PB method on the predictions for low energy DY measurements

Nov 27, 2019, 3:00 PM
Aula Foscolo (University of Pavia)

Aula Foscolo

University of Pavia

Via Strada Nuova 65, Pavia


Aleksandra Lelek (UAntwerp)


The PB TMDs were successfully used for obtaining predictions for LHC measurements. However, these measurements turned out to not be sensitive to some of the non-perturbative parameters existing in the PB approach. In this talk we show preliminary results for the application of PB TMDs to low energy DY data. We illustrate the role of non-perturbative dynamics, including intrinsic transverse momentum and soft-gluon resolution scale, in the PB TMDs, and we discuss their impact on phenomenological predictions.

Primary authors

Aleksandra Lelek (UAntwerp) Francesco Hautmann (University of Antwerp, University of Oxford, University of the Basque Country) Lissa Keersmaekers (University of Antwerp) Mees van Kampen (Universiteit Antwerpen)

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