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Quarkonium production and polarization in high-energy collisions


  • Vincent CHEUNG

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  • Vincent CHEUNG (University of California, Davis and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)


One of the best ways to understand hadronization in QCD is to study the production of quarkonium. However, the production mechanism of quarkonium is still uncertain. Spin-related measurements like the polarization are strong tests of production models. In this talk I will summarize recent results of quarkonium production and polarization in elementary collisions, including the results from NRQCD and a newly-developed improved color evaporation model.