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1 Lecture one
1.1 Natural units
1.2 converting back to SI units
1.3 relativistic notation
1.3.1 raising/lowering indices
1.4 examples
1.4.1 energy-mass relation
2 Lecture two - Dirac equation
2.1 Dirac equation
3.1 rotation generators
3.2 rotating a fermion
3.3 chirality and helicity
3.4 Weyl fermions
4 Lecture four - gauge symmetry and electromagnetism
4.1 electromagnetism
4.2 gauge invariance of the Dirac equation
4.3 covariant derivatives
4.4 the standard model and gauge symmetries
5 Lecture five - Dirac equation and magnetic fields
5.1 magnetic moments
5.2 magnetic moment of electron - Zeeman interaction
6 Lecture six - Feynman rules
6.1 propogator theory
6.1.1 Schr¨odinger propogator
6.1.2 Klein-Gordon propogator
6.2 Feynman rules - including interactions
6.3 diagramatic expansion
7 Lecture seven - action functionals and Feynman rules
7.1 action and equations of motion
7.1.1 Klein-Gordon action
7.1.2 Dirac action
7.2 the structure of an action
7.2.1 example, real KG action I
7.2.2 example, real KG action II
7.2.3 example, complex KG action
7.3 example, Dirac particle coupled to photons
7.4 complex KG equation coupled to photons
7.5 Feynman rules for the electroweak sector of the standard model
7.6 Fermi’s golden rule
7.6.1 ee scattering
7.6.2 µ decay
8 Lecture eight - group theory
8.1 definition of a group
8.2 direct product of groups
8.3 Abelian groups
8.4 Lie groups (pronounced ”Lee groups”)
8.4.1 general linear group GL(n,R)
8.5 special linear group SL(n,R)
8.6 orthogonal group O(n,R)
8.7 special orthogonal group SO(n,R)
8.8 O(p,q,R)
8.9 symplectic group Sp(2n,R)
9 Lecture nine - non-Abelian gauge theory
9.1 unitary groups
9.2 unitary group U(n)
9.3 special unitary groups
9.4 unitary groups and the standard model
9.5 generators and Lie algebras
9.5.1 o(n), the Lie algebra of O(n)
9.5.2 su(n), the Lie algebra of SU(n)
9.6 non-Abelian gauge theory
10 Lecture ten - some representation theory
10.1 SU(2)
10.2 normalizing the states
10.3 general SU(2) represenation
11 Lecture eleven - isospin
11.1 neutrons, protons and isospin
11.2 pions and isospin
11.3 using isospin in scattering calculations
12 Lecture twelve - the quark model
12.1 more multiplets
13 Lecture thirteen - charge conjugation and parity
13.1 Charge conjugation
13.1.1 photons
13.1.2 fermion-antifermion pairs
13.1.3 C violation
13.2 parity
13.2.1 electromagnetism
13.2.2 fermions
13.3 linearity of parity
13.4 electron dipole moment (edm)
14 Lecture fourteen - parity violation and time reversal
14.1 parity violation
14.2 time reversal symmetry
15 Lecture fifteen - CP symmetry
15.1 CP symmetry
15.2 neutral kaons
15.3 kaons and C, P and CP
15.4 Klong and Kshort decays
17 Lecture seventeen - neutrino oscillations
17.1 Solar neutrinos
17.2 neutrino oscillations
17.3 atmospheric neutrinos
18 Lecture eighteen - Higgs mechanism and symmetry
18.1 symmetry restoration/breaking
18.2 superconductivity
18.3 massive fields
18.4 breaking the symmetry
18.5 non-Abelian Higgs mechanism
18.6 Yukawa coupling and fermion masses
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