Part_3: Introductory Course on Experimental High Energy Physics (BS student Approx. 2 Months)

Orientation (1 day, 1) Theory 1- Particle Classification (Leptons, Hadrons Mesons & Baryons) (1 day, 2) for notes click p1 p2 p3 p4

2- Understanding the Quark Model (2 days, 4) for notes click p1 p2 p3 p4 p5 p6

3- Interactions & Cross‐sections (2 days, 6) for notes click p1 p2 p3 p4 p5

4- Standard Model of Particle Physics (4 days, 10)

5- Kinematics of Colliders (4 days, 14) for notes click p1 p2 p3 p4

6- Concepts for Particle Physics Detectors (5 days, 19)

7- Computing & Physics Analysis

8- Understanding Linux (3 days, 22)

8- C++, Python (3 days, 25)

9- Using Root (2 days, 27)

10- Event Generators (2 days, 29)

11- CMS Software (5 days, 34)

12- EHEP Lab (5 days, 39)

13- Analyzing the Decay of Top Quark Pairs at LHC (6 days, 45)

14- Preparing Report, Presentation and Wrap‐up (5 days, 50)

References: 1. Introduction to Elementary Particles by David Griffiths

2. Particle Physics by B.R. Martin & G. Shaw

3. Quarks & Lepton by Francis Halzen & Alan D. Martin

4. http://cms.cern.ch

-- MuhammadAhmad - 2018-07-20

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