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You will get an overview of modern economic physics. It will be an advantage for you if you already know about classical mechanics and electrodynamics, differential and integral equations.

You will be guided by the Professors in techniques to create and detect particles and forces in detail. You will be able to design a standard model of particle physics and search for new theories of particle physics beyond the common ones in this course.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Université de Genève

Course Curriculum

Module 01
Particle Physics – General presentation of the course 00:02:00
Particle Physics – Matter 00:09:00
Particle Physics – Forces 00:11:00
Particle Physics – Natural units 00:02:00
Particle Physics – Special relativity and four vectors 00:08:00
Particle Physics – Virtual particles 00:02:00
Particle Physics – Probability and cross section 00:13:00
Particle Physics – Attenuation of a photon beam 00:02:00
Particle Physics – Rutherford experiment 00:07:00
Particle Physics – Rutherford cross section 00:03:00
Particle Physics – Counting rate Rutherford 00:02:00
Module 02
Particle Physics – Quantum scattering 00:10:00
Particle Physics – Rutherford experiment in practice (French) 00:13:00
Particle Physics – Nuclear mass and binding energy 00:00:00
Particle Physics – Nuclear size and spin 00:10:00
Particle Physics – Models of nuclear structure 00:11:00
Particle Physics – QCD and nuclear force 00:03:00
Particle Physics – Radioactivity alpha decay 00:10:00
Particle Physics – Energy of alpha particles 00:02:00
Particle Physics – Beta and gamma decay 00:08:00
Particle Physics – Exponential decay law 00:02:00
Module 03
Particle Physics – Radioactivity in practice optional franguladaa 00:09:00
Particle Physics – Radiocarbon dating and NMR imaging 00:08:00
Particle Physics – Nuclear fission 00:12:00
Particle Physics – Nuclear power 00:07:00
Particle Physics – Nuclear fusion, the Sun and ITER 00:08:00
Particle Physics – The tokamak of EPFL French 00:25:00
Particle Physics – The Beznau nuclear power plant German 00:20:00
Particle Physics – Principles of particle acceleration 00:07:00
Particle Physics – Cyclotron frequency 00:03:00
Particle Physics – Acceleration and focalisation 00:07:00
Particle Physics – The CERN accelerator complex 00:04:00
Module 04
Particle Physics – Components of the LHC French 00:15:00
Particle Physics – Heavy particles in matter 00:07:00
Particle Physics – Light particles in matter 00:00:00
Particle Physics – Photons in matter 00:08:00
Particle Physics – Ionisation detectors 00:07:00
Particle Physics – Semiconductor detectors 00:07:00
Particle Physics – Scintillation and Cherenkov detectors 00:13:00
Particle Physics – Spectrometers and calorimeters 00:08:00
3 10a Particle detection with ATLAS optional 00:04:00
Particle Physics – Particle detectors at DPNC French 00:06:00
Module 05
Particle Physics – Reminder Describing particle interactions 00:06:00
Particle Physics – How to construct a Feynman diagram 00:05:00
Particle Physics – Electromagnetic scattering 00:14:00
Particle Physics – Spin and magnetic moment 00:07:00
Particle Physics – Motion in a Penning Trap 00:03:00
Particle Physics – Compton scattering and pair annihilation 00:11:00
Particle Physics – Electron positron annihilation 00:08:00
Particle Physics – Elastic electron nucleon scattering 00:10:00
Particle Physics – Inelastic scattering and quarks 00:10:00
Particle Physics – Quark antiquark resonances and mesons 00:07:00
Module 06
Particle Physics – Color and strong interactions 00:14:00
Particle Physics – Hadronisation and jets 00:06:00
Particle Physics – Particles and antiparticles 00:07:00
Particle Physics – The discrete transformations C, P and T 00:11:00
Particle Physics – Weak charges and interactions 00:08:00
Particle Physics – Muon and tau lepton decay 00:09:00
Particle Physics – The W boson 00:04:00
Particle Physics – The Z boson 00:10:00
Module 07
Particle Physics – Weak decays of quarks 00:06:00
Particle Physics – Particle antiparticle oscillations and CP violation 00:09:00
Particle Physics – Neutrino scattering 00:06:00
Particle Physics – Neutrino oscillations 00:10:00
Particle Physics – The Higgs mechanism 00:12:00
Particle Physics – The Higgs boson 00:04:00
Particle Physics – The discovery of the Higgs boson French 00:15:00
Particle Physics – The world beyond the Standard Model 00:08:00
Particle Physics – Sifting chaff from the wheat 00:11:00
Module 08
Particle Physics – Hunting peaks 00:08:00
Particle Physics – Hunting tails 00:08:00
Particle Physics – Hunting new physics with LHCb 00:11:00
Particle Physics – The Big Bang and its consequences 00:10:00
Particle Physics – Dark matter 00:10:00
Particle Physics – Dark energy 00:11:00
Particle Physics – Motivating the Friedmann equation 00:02:00
Particle Physics – What hides behind dark matter and dark energy 00:14:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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