Course on Physics at the LHC

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A specialised course on the Physics at the Large Hadron Collider is organized by LIP in the framework of the International Doctorate Network in Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology (IDPASC). The course is intended for under-graduate or graduate students with basic training in Particle Physics. The objective of the Course is to introduce the physics, analysis methods and results on the physics areas covered by the LHC experiments.

Due to Covid-19, lectures will take place on Zoom at the link provided. During the duration of the course, we may (hopefully) move to lectures with attendance in person. Advance notice will be given.

Topics:

  • Experimental program at the LHC
  • Standard Model at the LHC
  • Detectors
  • Statistics
  • Top quark physics
  • Higgs Physics
  • SuperSymmetry
  • Exotic processes and Dark Matter
  • Heavy flavor physics and rare decays searches
  • Matter at high density and temperature

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