Introduction to the Standard Model
Code  Completion  Credits  Range  Language 

02USM  Z  2  2+0  Czech 
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 Department of Physics
 Synopsis:

Particles, leptons, hadrons, baryons, mesons, symmetry, symmetry group, quarks, gluons, partons, standard model of electroweak and strong interactions, quantum chromodynamics (QCD), cross section, scattering cross section.
 Requirements:

Knowledge of basic course of physics
 Syllabus of lectures:

1.Lagrangean formalism,Canonical formalism
2.Symmetries in physics
3.Symmetries and the conservation laws
4.Symmetry and classification of particles. Multiplets
5.Compact Lie groups, represenations,SU(3)
6.SU(3) representations as particle multiplets
7.Quarks
8.More quark types (flavours)  the SU(4) model
9.Abelian and nonabelian gauge theories
10.Quantum electrodynamics, Quantum chromodynamics (QCD)
11.Electroweak theory
12.The Standard Model = QCD + the Electroweak theory
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 Study Objective:

Knowledge:
Basics of the group theory. Theory of calibration fields and its application on electroweak and strong interactions. Theory of the Standard model.
Skills:
Solving of simple examples in the theory of the Standard model.
 Study materials:

Key references:
[1] J.Hořejší: Fundamentals of Electroweak Theory,Universitas Carolinae, Prague 2003
[2] J.Chýla:Quarks, partons and Quantum Chromodynamics (lecture notes, Faculty of Mathematics and Physic), Charles Univ., Prague 2003
Recommended references:
[3] TaiPei Cheng, LingFong Li: Gauge Theory of Elementary Particle Physics, Claredon Press, 1984
[4] Chris Quigg: Gauge theories of strong, weak and electromagnetic interactions, Benjamin, 1983
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