Летняя школа по адронной физике на коллайдерах

Yuval Grossman (Cornell)
Standard Model
1. Intro to model building and the SM
    The gauge sector and SSB
    Flavors: quarks and leptons
2. QED
    The gauge sector of SM

Glen Cowan
(Royal Holloway, University of London)
1. Introduction and review of fundamentals
    Probability, random variables, pdfs
    Parameter estimation, maximum likelihood
    Statistical tests for discovery and limits
2. Further topics
    Brief overview of multivariate methods
    Nuisance parameters and systematic uncertainties
    Experimental sensitivity

Mr. Stefan Hoeche (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
QCD and Monte-Carlo Event Generators
• Recap and brief history of QCD
• Event structure at hadron colliders
• Perturbative QCD calculations
• Resummation and parton showers
• Matching fixed-order calculations and parton showers
• Non-factorizable terms and secondary interactions
• Hadronization & Particle decays

Prof. Robin Erbacher Erbacher (University of California)
Top Physis
• A little bit of history of discoveries
• About the top quark
• Top quark pair production
• Single top quark - electroweak production
• Top quark mass
• Top quark properties
• Boosted top quarks
• Searches for new physics in top

Prof. Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University)
Neutrino and Muon Physics

Wesley H. Smith
(U. Wisconsin - Madison)
LHC Trigger and DAQ
• Introduction to LHC Trigger and DAQ
• Challenges & Architecture of ATLAS and CMS
• ATLAS and CMS Trigger and DAQ
• The future of ATLAS and CMS Trigger & DAQ

Dmitri Denisov
Future Particle Colliders
• Why colliders?
• Overview of colliders
• Future colliders options and challenges – e+e, µ+µ, pp colliders
• 100 TeV pp collider design
• Medium term future colliders proposals
• Next steps
D. Bortoletto (University of Oxford)
• Fundamental issues in tracking
• Silicon detectors and their applications
• New ideas and developments for the HL-LHC

Ian Shipsey (Oxford)
Flavor Physics
• The Big Picture
• Role of flavor physics in the Big Picture
• Flavor Physics past and present
• Opportunities for achieving “transformational or paradigm-altering” scientific advances: great discoveries.

Prof. Chris Tully

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