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High Energy Physics: Course Outline (PH-701)

High energy particle physics (HEP) studies the fundamental interactions of elementary particles.

Course Outline

  • Electron-mounscattering.
  • Neutrino-electron scattering.
  • Elastic lepton-nucleon scattering.
  • Deep inelastic scattering and partons.
  • Deep inelastic scattering and quarks.
  • Deep inelastic scattering and quarks.
  • Experimental result on quark distributions in the nucleon.
  • Sum rules.
  • Quaks interactions and QCD.
  • The colour quantum number.
  • The QCD potentialat short distances.
  • the QCD potential at large distance.
  • The string model.
  • Gluon jets in annihilation.
  • Running coupling in QED and QCD.
  • Evolution of structure functions in deep inelastic scattering.
  • Gluonium and the quark-gluon plasma.
  • Weak Interaction.
  • Classification.
  • lepton universality.
  • Nuclear beta decay.
  • Fermi theory.

 

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Course Outline

  • Inverse beta decay.
  • Neutrino interaction.
  • Parity non-conservation in beta decay.
  • Helicity of neutrino.
  • The V-A interaction.
  • Conservation of weak currents.
  • The weak boson and Fermi couplings.
  • Pion and moun decay.
  • Neutral weak currents.
  • Observation of boson in pp collisions.
  • Z production at ee colliders.
  • Weak decays of quarks.
  • Spontanceous symmetry breaking and Higgs mechanism.
  • Higgs production and detection.
  • Physics beyond the standard model.
  • Spersymmetry.
  • Grand unified theories.
  • Unification energy and weak mixing angle.
  • Proton decay.
  • Neutrino mass.
  • Dirac and Majorana neutrinos.
  • Magnetic monopoles.
  • Superstrings.