Computing particle properties : proceedings of the 36. Internationale Universitätswochen für Kern- und Teilchenphysik, Schladming, Austria, March 1-8, 1997 / Helmut Gausterer, C.B. Lang, eds.

Contributor(s): Gausterer, H | Lang, C. B. (Christian B.), 1948- | Internationale Universitätswochen für Kern- und Teilchenphysik (36th : 1997 : Schladming, Austria)
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 512.Publisher: New York : Springer, 1998Description: 1 online resource (vi, 335 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540691839; 3540691839Subject(s): Particles (Nuclear physics) -- Congresses | Quantum chromodynamics -- Congresses | Particles (Nuclear physics) | Quantum chromodynamicsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Computing particle properties.DDC classification: 539.7/2 LOC classification: QC793 | .C62 1998Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
The heavy hadron spectrum / Christine Davies -- Non-perturbative renormalization of QCD / Rainer Sommer -- The proton spin and flavor structure in the chiral quark model / Ling-Fong Li and T.P. Cheng -- Electroweak symmetry breaking and Higgs physics / Michael Spira and Peter M. Zerwas -- Supersymmetric extensions of the standard model / Fabio Zwirner -- The solar neutrino problem and solar neutrino oscillations in vacuum and in matter / Serguey T. Petcov.
Summary: These lectures are intended for graduate students and researchers studying methods for the prediction of properties of elementary particles. Today's theory does not allow ab initio computation of all properties of particles like leptons and quarks. However, the understanding of the standard model, and in particular of QCD, has reached a state where many features can be computed from the theory with little further input, at least to some approximation. A summary of the state of the art for these quantities is also given from the phenomenological point of view.
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The heavy hadron spectrum / Christine Davies -- Non-perturbative renormalization of QCD / Rainer Sommer -- The proton spin and flavor structure in the chiral quark model / Ling-Fong Li and T.P. Cheng -- Electroweak symmetry breaking and Higgs physics / Michael Spira and Peter M. Zerwas -- Supersymmetric extensions of the standard model / Fabio Zwirner -- The solar neutrino problem and solar neutrino oscillations in vacuum and in matter / Serguey T. Petcov.

These lectures are intended for graduate students and researchers studying methods for the prediction of properties of elementary particles. Today's theory does not allow ab initio computation of all properties of particles like leptons and quarks. However, the understanding of the standard model, and in particular of QCD, has reached a state where many features can be computed from the theory with little further input, at least to some approximation. A summary of the state of the art for these quantities is also given from the phenomenological point of view.

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