summer term 2022 Lecturer: Jaeckel Link to LSF 20 participants
Supersymmetry (SUSY) is an intriguing concept linking bosons and fermions. It plays a role in many attempts to build a fundamental model of all particles and their interactions. In this seminar we will look at what SUSY is and how to build simple SUSY models. As SUSY must be broken in Nature we will also consider possible breaking mechanisms. Finally all this will be implemented in the construction of the Minimal Supersymmetris versions of the Standard Model (MSSM).
At present it is planned that the seminar will take place in person in the seminar room of Philosophenweg 19.
Also, please contact me if you want to give a talk. (Giving a talk is required if you want the credit points).