Латино-американская школа по физике высоких энергий (CLASHEP-2019)

 Luis Alvarez-Gaume 
Field Theory and EW Standard Model

Eilam Gross
Search and Discovery Statistics in HEP

Lecture 1: Basic Concepts  
Histograms, PDF, Testing Hypotheses,
LR as a Test Statistics, p-value, POWER, CLs

Lecture 2: Wald Theorem, Asymptotic Formalism, Asimov Data Set, Feldman-Cousins, PL & CLs

Lecture 3: Asimov Significance
Look Elsewhere Effect
1D LEE the non-intuitive thumb rule (upcrossings, trial #~Z)
2D LEE (Euler Characteristic)

Cecilia E. Gerber
    Experimental Methods in Hadron Colliders

Lecture 1: Hadronic Collisions: The Basics
– The Large Hadron Collider
– The Anatomy of Hadronic Collisions
– Particle Detectors & Detector Technologies

Lecture 2: Experimental Methods
– Object Identification
– The Particle Flow Event Reconstruction
– Jet Substructure Techniques
– Physics of Hadron Collisions: Measuring Production Rates & Masses

Lecture 3: Down the Standard Model Ladder
– QCD, W/Z, Top, Higgs

Lecture 4: Beyond the Standard Model Searches
– Motivation and some examples
Outlook: HL-LHC and beyond

Gabriela González
    Gravitational Wave Astronomy

Daniel de Florian

Lecture 1

  • Color “explains” hadron spectrum : charge of QCD
  • QCD Lagrangian derived from gauge principle with non-abelian
    group SU(3) : Feynman rules for perturbative calculations
  • There are UV divergences dealt by renormalization : as a
    result running coupling constant
  • Two faces of QCD : asymptotically free and consistent with
  • There are also IR divergences that cancel when adding real and
    virtual contributions
  • Jet algorithm is relevant to define IR safe observables
  • QCD at work in e+e- : test the nature of SU(3) OK!

Lecture 2

  • Deep Inelastic Scattering
  • Parton Model
  • Scaling Violations and Evolution
  • Factorization
  • Parton Distribution Functions

Lecture 3

  • QCD at Colliders
  • Why higher orders?
  • How to do NLO
  • Automated tools at NLO

 Lecture 4

  • NNLO
  • Higgs at NNLO and beyond
  • Resummation : when fixed order fails
  • Parton Showers
  • Matching Parton showers and NLO

Marcela Carena
    Lectures on Higgs Boson Physics

Lecture 1

Lecture 2

Malena Tejeda-Yeomans
    Heavy Ion Physics

Lecture 1

Lecture 2

1. The Quark-Gluon Plasma
2. QCD phase transitions
3. Heavy ion collision signatures and observables
4. Summary and open questions

Antonio Pich
    Flavour Physics & CP Violation

Lecture 1
Lecture 2
Lecture 3

Carlos E.M. Wagner
     Lectures on Beyond the Standard Model Physics

Lecture 1
Lecture 2
Lecture 3

Rogerio Rosenfeld
    Cosmology and Particle Physics

Lecture I: The average Universe

Lecture II: Origins

1 – Origin of light elements
2 – Origin of baryons
3 – Origin of dark matter
4 – Origin of atoms and the CMB
5 – Origin of inhomogeneities

Lecture III: The perturbed Universe

1 – Growth of perturbations
2 – Perturbations in a newtonian universe
3 – The power spectrum
4 – Baryon acoustic oscillations
5 – The six-parameter universe
6 – Observations: the case of DES

Pilar Hernandez
    Neutrino Physics

Lecture I
Introduction: Neutrinos in the Standard Model
Neutrino masses and mixing : Majorana versus Dirac
Neutrino oscillations in vacuum and in matter
Experimental evidence for neutrino masses & mixings

Lecture II
The standard 3n scenario and its unknowns: status and prospects
Neutrinos and beyond the Standard Model physics



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