Prof. Dr. C. Ewerz
Prof. Dr. H.-C. Schultz-Coulon



Philosophenweg 12, Large Lecture Hall
Wednesday, 9:15 am - 11:00 am
Friday, 9:15 am - 11:00 am


Tutorial Group 1:                                        Tutorial Group 2:
INF227 / SR 2.403 Philos.-weg 12 / R 070
Monday, 4:15 pm - 6:00 pm Tuesday, 2:15 pm - 4:00 pm
Tutorial Group 3:       
Philos.-weg 12 / R 060       
Wednesday, 2:15 pm - 4:00 pm       

The written examination will take place on July 29, 2022, 9:00 - 11:00 in grHs PW12.

Standard Model of Particle Physics

Sommersemester 2022
Dozent: Prof. Ewerz/Prof. Schultz-Coulon
Link zum LSF
49 Teilnehmer/innen

In this course we discuss the Standard Model of Particle Physics from the theoretical and experimental perspectives. The gauge theories of the electroweak and strong interactions and their experimental tests are discussed in detail. The current status of the Standard Model and some directions for physics beyond the Standard Model are discussed.

Topics to be discussed:
Relativistic quantum mechanics, relativistic quantum fields, gauge theory of electroweak interactions, quantum chromodynamics, CP violation, neutrino physics, physics beyond the Standard Model. 
See here for a more details outline (preliminary). 

Lectures on Particle Physics, Quantum Mechanics, and Electrodynamics or equivalent. Revision notes cover the essential material from quantum mechanics and special relativity.



CE      :       Prof. Dr. C. Ewerz
HCSC :       Prof. Dr. H.-C. Schultz-Coulon



Topic Lecturer
20.04.2022 Introduction,
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics 1
22.04.2022 Relativistic Quantum Mechanics 2 CE
27.04.2022 A Brief Historical Introduction HCSC
29.04.2022 Relativistic Quantum Mechanics 3 CE
04.05.2022 Relativistic Quantum Mechanics 4 
Relativistic Quantum Field Theory 1
06.05.2022 Relativistic Quantum Field Theory 2 CE
11.05.2022 Casimir Effect, 
Relativistic Quantum Field Theory 3
13.05.2022 Relativistic Quantum Field Theory 4 
Gauge Theory & Standard Model 1
18.05.2022 Gauge Theory & Standard Model 2 CE
20.05.2022 Gauge Theory & Standard Model 3 
Exp. Tests of QED 1
25.05.2022 Exp. Tests of QED 2 HCSC
27.05.2022 Exp. Tests of QED 3 HCSC
01.06.2022 Decay of the Muon; Muon Lifetime HCSC
03.06.2022 Exp. Tests of V-A Interaction 
Gauge Theory & Standard Model 4
08.06.2022 Gauge Theory & Standard Model 5 CE
10.06.2022 Electroweak Physics & 'Zedometry' 1 HCSC
15.06.2022 Electroweak Physics & 'Zedometry' 2
Higgs Discovery & Higgs Physics 1
17.06.2022 Higgs Discovery & Higgs Physics 2 HCSC
22.06.2022 Renormalization
Quantum Chromo Dynamics 1
24.06.2022 Quantum Chromo Dynamics 2 CE
29.06.2022 Quantum Chromo Dynamics 3 CE
01.07.2022 Quantum Chromo Dynamics 4 CE
06.07.2022 Quantum Chromo Dynamics 5
Experimental Tests of QCD (Teil 1)
08.07.2022 Experimental Tests of QCD (Teil 2) HCSC
13.07.2022 Quark Gluon Plasma HCSC/CE
15.07.2022 CP Violation CE/HCSC
20.07.2022 Neutrino Oscillations CE/HCSC
22.07.2022 Beyond the Standard Model CE/HCSC




Particle Physics & Standard Model
I.J.R. Aitchison, A.J.G. Hey: Gauge Theories in Particle Physics
C. Burgess, G. Moore: The Standard Model - A Primer
R.K. Ellis, W.J. Stirling, B.R. Webber: QCD and Collider Physics
M. Thomson: Modern Particle Physics
O. Nachtmann: Elementarteilchenphysik - Phänomene und Konzepte
D.H. Perkins: Introduction to High Energy Physics
F. Halzen, A.D.Martin: Quarks and Leptons

Quantum Field Theory
M.E. Peskin, D.V. Schroeder: An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory
L.H. Ryder: Quantum Field Theory

Historical Development
A. Pais: Inward Bound
H.G. Dosch: Jenseits der Nanowelt

Nobel Lectures
S.L. Glashow 1979
A. Salam 1979
S. Weinberg 1979
F. Englert 2013
P. Higgs 2013

Heidelberg Lectures on Particle Physics
Standard Model of Particle Physics (SS 2018)
Standard Model of Particle Physics (SS 2015)
Standard Model of Particle Physics (WS 2002/03)
Particle Physics (WS 2021/22)
Kern- und Teilchenphysik (Physik V, WS 2007/08)

Particle Properties and more
Review of Particle Physics
SLAC Online Particle Physics Information

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Standard Model of Particle Physics
Sommersemester 2022
Link zum LSF
49 Teilnehmer/innen