Lecture 1 | Jan 11 | Introduction |

Lecture 2 | Jan 13 | Overview of experimental observations |

Lecture 3 | Jan 15 | Fock space, creation and annihilation operators |

Lecture 4 | Jan 20 | Operators, normalization of states, field operators, Lagrangian formulation |

Lecture 5 | Jan 25 | Gauge symmetry, conserved currents |

Lecture 6 | Jan 27 | Energy-momentum tensor |

Lecture 7 | Feb 1 | Fields with spin 1 |

Lecture 8 | Feb 3 | Spin 1/2 fields |

Lecture 9 | Feb 8 | Spin 1/2 fields (continued) |

Lecture 10 | Feb 10 | Interactions between fields |

Lecture 11 | Feb 15 | Yang-Mills gauge fields |

Lecture 12 | Feb 17 | Green's functions/Feynman propagator |

Lecture 13 | Feb 22 | Sources/perturbation theory |

Lecture 14 | Feb 24 | Feynman rules |

Lecture 15 | Mar 1 | Feynman diagrams, cross sections |

Lecture 16 | Mar 8 | Examples |

Lecture 17 | Mar 10 | Spin 1/2 examples |

Lecture 18 | Mar 22 | Weak interactions |

Lecture 19 | Mar 29 | Electroweak unification |

Lecture 20 | Mar 31 | Right-handed leptons, toy model for spontaneous symmetry breaking |

Lecture 21 | Apr 5 | Spontaneous symmetry breaking, generation of mass |

Lecture 22 | Apr 7 | Family structure of the Standard Model |

Lecture 23 | Apr 12 | Angular distributions in Z decay |

Lecture 24 | Apr 14 | Z cross section, forward-backward asymmetries |

Lecture 25 | Apr 19 | Higgs production and decay |

Lecture 26 | Apr 21 | Renormalization of α, m_{e} and m_{H} - Naturalness problem |

Lecture 27 | Apr 26 | Basic ideas of the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model |