- This course introduces Standard Model of particle physics. It
introduces basic facts about strong and weak interactions, and their
descriptions in the framework of non-abelian gauge theories.

- Lectures: Mon Fri 12:30-2:00 (430 Birge)
- Homeworks: weekly, due Fridays' class
- Instructor: Hitoshi Murayama
- E-mail: murayama@lbl.gov
- Phone: 2-1019, 486-5589 (LBNL)
- Office: 447 Birge, 50-5056E (LBNL)
- Discussion section: Wed 10-11, 331 LeConte, Fri 2-3, 335 LeConte

- 229A. 226 recommended.

- "An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory," Michael E. Peskin and Daniel V. Schroeder, Addison and Wesley (1985).
- "QUARKS AND LEPTONS: an Introductory Course in Modern Particle Physics," Francis Halzen and Alan D. Martin. Wiley, 1984. 396p.
- "Introduction to Elementary Particles" David Griffiths, Harper and Row, 1987. 392p.
- "Weak Interactions and Modern Particle Theory," H. Georgi, Menlo Park, USA: Benjamin/cummings (1984).

- "Lepton-Hadron Scattering", Proceedings of the Nineteenth SLAC Summer Institute on Particle Physics, August, 1991, SLAC-Report-398, ed. by Jane Hawthorne
- "QCD and Collider Physics", R.K. Ellis, W.J. Stirling, B.R. Webber. 1991. Cambridge, UK: Univ. Pr. (1996) 435 p. (Cambridge monographs on particle physics, nuclear physics and cosmology: 8).

- The plots of the running alpha_s and consistency among various measurements. Somewhat old but is still useful. "Status of the Strong Coupling Constant" by Michael Schmelling
- Test of the gluon spin. See Hansl-Kozanecka in SLAC-Report above.

- Explicit expressions which demonstrate the cancellation of soft and collinear divergences between the real gluon emission the virtual gluon exchange. Chapter 3 in Ellis et al above.
- Jet fraction and its energy dependence. "QCD Analyses and determinations of alpha-s in e+e- Annihilation at energies between 35 and 189 GeV", by The Jade, the OPAL collaborations, P.Pfeifenschneider, et al, hep-ex/0001055.
- Universality of the strong coupling constant. "Test of the Flavour Independence of alpha_s using Next-to-Leading Order Calculations for Heavy Quarks", by The OPAL Collaboration, G. Abbiendi et al, hep-ex/9904013.
- Test of the gluon self coupling and determination of QCD group theory factors. "A Measurement of the QCD Color Factor Ratios C_A/C_F and T_F/C_F from Angular Correlations in Four Jet Events." By OPAL Collaboration (R. Akers et al.), Z.Phys.C65:367-378,1995

- Q^2 dependence of the structure function F_2. Particle Data Group, Structure Function Plots
- Status of the Strong Coupling Constant, by Michael Schmelling, hep-ex/9701002. Fig. 3, Logarithmic derivatives of the structure functions F_2 and xF_3 as measured by the CCFR collaboration.

- Fragmentation functions, "QCD Studies with e+ e- Annihilation Data at 161-GeV," OPAL Collaboration (K. Ackerstaff et al.), Z.Phys.C75:193-207,1997.
- Charmonium and bottomonium spectra, Griffiths above.
- A lattice calculation of the static quark anti-quark potential (confinment via a linear potential), "Lattice QCD on Small Computers," M. Alford, W. Dimm, G.P. Lepage, G. Hockney, P.B. Mackenzie, Phys.Lett.B361:87-94,1995, hep-lat/9507010.

- Most data on electroweak physics at Z-pole and W-pairs, LEP Electroweak Working Group.
- CDF experiment at Tevatron
- D0 experiment at Tevatron
- Pretty event displays from ALEPH experiment at LEP