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PHYS 6710 : Nuclear and Particle Physics II
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Nuclear and Particle Physics II
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Nuclear and Particle Phys II
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Theory and experiment of the standard model of elementary particle physics of strong and electro-weak interactions. Emergence of nuclear interactions and pion physics. Effective field theory, non-perturbative methods, lattice simulations, nuclear models, nuclear reactions. Path integral, gauge fields, S-matrix theory, dispersion relations, renormalization program. (Academic year)
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