The Standard Model and Beyond
    Paul Langacker
    Institute for Advanced Study
    School of Natural Sciences, 228 Bloomberg Hall
    Einstein Drive
    Princeton, NJ 08540
    Phone: (609) 734-8076
    Email: pgl@ias.edu

cover Image   Published December 2009 by the CRC Press. Additional details from CRC.

  Second edition, to be published June 2017.

  Section update: Section 7.5, The Higgs, updated December 25, 2014.

  Section update: Section 7.7, Neutrino Mass and Mixing, updated December 17, 2014.
  Table of contents and Preface.

  Websites, listed in Bibliography.

  Additions, corrections, typos, and comments.

  Suggestions for use as text in one-semester course.

  Syllabus, introductory lecture, lecture notes, and problem sets/exams, from a one semester course at Princeton, spring 2011-2013.

  Videos and PDFs of 15 lectures on the Standard Model given in the 2013-2014 PSI program at Perimeter Institute: lectures 1-13, 14, and 15. Videos only.

  Mathematica notebook matrixelements for explicit calculation of gamma matrices, spinors, and simple amplitudes and distributions.

  Notebook illustrating use of the FeynCalc package for calculations of amplitudes, cross sections, and identities. Current version: FeynCalc 9, Mathematica 10 or 11: newfeyncalcexample

  Old version for FeynCalc 6, Mathematica 7: feyncalcexample

  Clebsch Gordon coefficients, from the Particle Data Group.

  Answers to selected problems, chapters 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

  Colloquium-level monograph, Can the Laws of Physics be Unified?, to be published by Princeton University Press, March 2017.

  Please send comments, corrections, and typographical errors to pgl@ias.edu.


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