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PHY489H1/1489HIntroduction to High Energy Physics

Course Title PHY489H1/1489H
Session fall
Year of Study 4th year
Time and Location 24L: TR2, Room: MP137
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Michael  Luke
MP1116
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Official Description

This course introduces the basics of fundamental particles and the strong, weak and electromagnetic forces that govern their interactions in the Standard Model of particle physics.  topics include relativistic kinematics, conservation laws, particle decays and scattering processes, with an emphasis on the techniques used for calculating experimental observables.

Prerequisite: PHY354H1, PHY356H1
Co-requisite: n.a.
Exclusion: n.a.
Recommended preparation: n.a.
  BR=5 DR=SCI
Textbook Introduction to Elementary Particles by Griffiths