|Title:||Introduction to Elementary Particle Physics II|
|Offering:||Sem. 2, Class 3, cr. 3.|
|Room :||Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering, room 3109|
|Time :||9:00 - 10:15 am, Tuesday and Thursday|
|Prerequisites:||Phys 360/ Phys 550 or Phys 460/ Phys 564 or equivalent. May be taken simultaneously.|
|Text:||Some combination of class handouts to supplement|
|Bettini, Introduction to Elementary Particle Physics|
|Syllabus:||Can be found here.|
|Schedule:||Will be found here.|
This is the second part of a two-semester course sequence to give
an introduction to Particle Physics. Focus is given to the experimental
features, with phenomenological and theoretical considerations.
This course brings students up to the current status of research in
elementary particle physics.
This part of the course sequence will focus on experimental techniques
The topics covered include an overview of statistical methods commonly
|Assignments:||Assignment 1 Due January 23rd. Here is a link to the ErrorFunction.C macro...|
|Assignment 2 Due February 8th. Here are links to the files you will need: graph.root, GraphExample.C... Solutions.|
|Assignment 3 Due February 20th. Here are links to the files you will need: ToyModel.C|
|Midterm:||To be determined|
|Project:||I guess probably...|
|Lecture notes:||Will be found here.|
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