Division Particle & Astroparticle Physics

The Standard Model of Particle Physics II: Theory


The Standard Model of Particle Physics II: Theory

Prof. M. Lindner
Dr. W. Rodejohann

Philosophenweg 12, kleiner HS
Wednesdays, 14.15 - 15.45


The course will deepen the discussion of the Standard Model of Particle Physics from the theoretical perspective. Special emphasis will be laid on current "hot" topics of research like Higgs physics, Neutrino Mass and Oscillations, Astroparticle Physics etc.


Einf├╝hrung/ SM I      WR          [01.04.09]
SM II      ML          [08.04.09]
SM III      ML          [15.04.09]
SM IV      ML          [22.04.09]
SM V      ML          [29.04.09]
SM VI      ML          [06.05.09]
Neutrinos I      WR          [13.05.09]
Neutrinos II      WR          [20.05.09]
Neutrinos III      WR          [27.05.09]
Neutrinos IV      WR          [03.06.09]
Neutrinos V      WR          [10.06.09]
Astroparticle I      WR          [17.06.09]
Astroparticle II      WR          [24.06.09]
Astroparticle III      WR          [01.07.09]
Astroparticle IV      ML          [08.07.09]
Neutrinos/Astroparticle Physics:
Kolb, Turner: The early Universe
Schmitz: Neutrinophysik
Klapdor-Kleingrothaus, Zuber: Teilchenastrophysik
Fukugita, Yanagida: Physics of Neutrinos
Walter Grimus: Neutrino Physics - Theory
Evgeny Akhmedov: Neutrino Physics

Particle Physics & Standard Model:
Aitchison, Hey: Gauge Theories in Particle Physics
Nachtmann: Elementarteilchenphysik. Phänomene und Konzepte
Perkins: Introduction to High Energy Physics
Berger: Elementarteilchenphysik
Halzen, Martin: Quarks and Leptons
Chris Quigg: Unanswered Questions in the Electroweak Theory

Heidelberg Lectures on Particle Physics:
Advanced Particle Physics (SS 2008)
Standardmodel of Particle Physics (WS 2008/09)

Review of Particle Physics
SLAC Online Particle Physics Information


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