# P641 Elementary Particles II

Spring Semester, 2000

Department of Physics, Indiana University

## Taught by: Steven
Gottlieb

Meets: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1:25 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. in Swain West 103.
Well, we don't actually meet for 6 hours per week, but we have the classroom
reserved for that time. In practice, we will meet for two 75 minute classes
on most weeks. Usually, these classes will be on Monday and Wednesday.

This course is the second semester of a two semester sequence in
Elementary Particle physics.
You may examine the PostScript syllabus
for the course by clicking on the hyperlink.

You may examine the
web page for the first semester by clicking on the hyperlink.

## Material Relating to Lectures Will Appear Here

Notes on Abelian gauge invariance, Non-Abelian gauge invariance, symmetry
breaking and the Higgs Mechanism (PostScript)
Notes on gauge theory. Probably covered last semester, but may be useful
for HW 1. (PostScript)
Here are the beginning chapters of the notes that I have used in class
Chapter 1: Some Basic Ideas
Chapter 2: Discovery of Elementary Particles
Notes on the Standard Model of particle physics (PostScript)
Proceedings of DPF99 Here
you will find the proceedings of the most recent meeting of the Division
of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society.
Transparencies from DPF99 Here you can find copies of
transparencies presented in both parallel and plenary sessions.
Los Alamos Preprint Archive

SLAC's Spires system

## Homework Assignments Will Appear Below As They Are Assigned

Homework 1 (Due January 31)
Homework 2 (Due February 9)
Homework 3 (Due February 23)
Homework 4 (Due March 24)
Homework 5 (Due April 5)
Homework 6 (Due April 24)

## Homework Assignments From Spring 1999 Class

Homework 1
Homework 2
Homework 3
Homework 4
Homework 5
Homework 6
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