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Elementary Particle Theory (Fri: 13:20-14:50)

This lecture is provided for graduate students at the first and second semester (master course 1st). The standard model of quarks and leptons are built on basic ideas on symmetries and classical groups, spins and Lorentz group, gauge fields and local symmetry, Higgs mechanism and so on, from which the SU(3)SU(2)U(1) model is constructed. The understanding of these ideas is the main purpose of this course.


Relativistic Quantum Theory (1996.3-1999.4)

This lecture is provided for graduate students at the first and second semester (master course 1st). Introducing creation and annihilation operators, then, going to the configuration space based on the Klein-Golden equations and Dirac equations, I describe relativistic fields representing scalar and spinor fields and construct a hamiltonian, from which a lagrangian is derived. The interplay between bosonic and fermionic oscillators is explained and a supersymmetry between bosons and fermions is briefly discussed.


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