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Particle Physics Phenomenology: Course Outline (PH-618)

Particle physics phenomenology is the part of theoretical particle physics that deals with the application of theoretical physics to high-energy particle physics experiments.

Course Outline

  • Discoveries of Particles.
  • First discoveries.
  • Detection of particles.
  • Cosmic rays and discoveries of particles.
  • Acceleration of particles.
  • Quarks.
  • Heavy leptons and quarks.
  • Discoveries of the gauge bosons.
  • Propagation and Interaction of Particles.
  • Propagation of Particles.
  • Interactions.
  • Decay and Scattering.
  • Symmetries and Interactions.
  • Symmetries at classical and quantum level.
  • Parity.
  • Charge conjugation.
  • CP-violation.
  • Continuous symmetries.
  • Quarks and HadronsParticle physics and cosmology.
  • Hubble’s law and expanding universe.
  • Friedmann equation.
  • Cosmicmircro wave radiation.
  • The hot big bang.
  • Radiation and matter eras.
  • Nucleosynthesis in the big bang.
  • Dark matter.
  • Inflation.
  • Neutrino astronomy.
  • Experimenta methods.
  • Accelerators.
  • Colliding beam accelerators.
  • Accelerators complexes.
  • Cecondary particle separators.
  • Interaction of charge particles and radiation with matter.
  • Detectors of single charged particles.
  • Shower detectors and calorimeters.


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