This is the official web page of Physics 7661, a graduate-level course on Collider Physics, taught by Maxim Perelstein at Cornell in the Fall semester of 2009. For more information about the course, see the poster.
Final Presentation Schedule:
Click here to download the schedule.
No video 12/01: Due to AV equipment malfunction, there was no video connection or recording on 12/01 (Lecture 23). Sorry!
Makeup Classes: Mon 12/07 and Tue 12/08 at 3 pm in Newman 311. Will be devoted to final presentations (see below).
Final Presentation: The "final project" for this course will be to make a 15-min presentation based on 1 or 2 recent experimental papers from the Tevatron. Here are some suggested topics. Please email me your choice as soon as you are ready. The presentations will be during the makeup classes, see above (depending on how many people sign up, they will be either both Mon and Tue or Tue only). Remote presentations are possible.
Video Connection Information: Remote participation will be available via EVO. Instructions for remote users are available here.
Video Recordings: To view the lectures off-line, you need to have a Dropbox account (follow this link if you do not already have one). Send me the email address associated with your account to enable access to the recordings.