Lecture series over two semesters for students at the Technical University of Munich.
Time: Thursday, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Location (WS): TUM, PH II 127
Location (SS): TUM, PH 2271
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Hubert Kroha
Time: Friday, 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: TUM, PH 2271
Responsible: Dr. Zinonas Zinonos
1. The Standard Model of particle physics
1.1 Gauge symmetries and interactions
1.2 The fundamental forces and their unification
1.3 Origin of the masses of the elementary particles
1.4. Comparison between theory and experiment
2. Current experimental tests of the Standard Model
2.1. Precision measurements of the electroweak interaction
2.2 The search for the Higgs boson
2.3. B meson decays and violation of CP symmetry
2.4 Neutrino masses and neutrino oscillations
3. The search for extensions to the Standard Model
3.1 Limits and extensions of the Standard Model
3.2 Searching for the unification of the fundamental interactions
3.3 Searching for the unification of fermions and bosons (supersymmetry)
3.4 Searching for the dark matter in the universe
More information: website of the Physics department at the Technical University of Munich