## Particle Physics

## You can find the course syllabus here, and lecture notes here (update in progress, last update: 27/09/2023.) (Older notes are here, last update: 16/10/2023). The exercise class is passed by successfully solving the assigned homework. For those who cannot complete the homework, a reparatory written test can be done on request before the oral exam. A list of exercises can be found here. Solutions are here. HOMEWORK Homework is assigned each Friday and should be turned in the following Friday before 2PM. Homework 1 (deadline: 27/09/2024) Results 1 Homework 2 (deadline: 04/10/2024) Results 2 Homework 3 (deadline: 11/10/2024) Practice class Lecture 1 Further reading: ---------------- D. Griffiths, "Introduction to elementary particles" (Wiley, 1987) Patkós A., Polonyi J., "Sugárzás és részecskék" (Typotex, 2000) D.H. Perkins, "Introduction to High Energy Physics" (Addison-Wesley, 1987) O. Nachtmann, "Elementary particle physics" (Springer, 1989) Miscellaneous material: ----------------------- Practice class (last year's slides): Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Old lecture slides (2022-2023) - Prof. Dey Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Lecture 4 Practice 1 Practice 2 Old lecture slides (2020/21): Lect. 1 Lect. 2 Lect. 3 Lect. 4 Lect. 5 Lect. 6 Lect. 7 Lect. 8 Lect. 9 Lect. 10 Lect. 11 Lect. 12 Lect. 13 Lect. 14 Special relativity notes For those interested, here are some notes on non-relativistic scattering theory (cross sections are discussed in sec. 4.6, including the relativistic case). Here is instead a bat eating a banana.

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