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TITLE = Particle physics: The Standard model; NAME = Quigg, Chris; AFFILIATION = Fermilab;* DATE = 07/07/99; LOCATION = CERN; LECTURE-TYPE = Summer Student Lectures; ABSTRACT = This course will cover the basic elements of the standard model of particle physics: quarks, leptons, and the gauge theories of the strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions. The emphasis will be on ideas, calculation, and comparison with experiment, not formal details and technicalities. We will rely on recent data, especially from LEP and the Tevatron Collider, to draw a detailed portrait of the Standard Model and to identify goals of future research-both theoretical and experimental. The course is intended for students interested in theory and experiment alike. Students who do not intend to specialize in particle physics are also welcome to attend.; URL = http://webcast.cern.ch/Projects/WebLectureArchive/quigga; REPOSITORY = CERN;
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