The course has as its main objective the training to present the theoretical formulation and the main phenomenological implications of the Standard Model (SM) of fundamental interactions . Students will acquire familiarity with the main aspects of electroweak interactions, strong interactions and neutrino physics, in light of the most recent experimental results.
Making judgements: students have to demonstrate that they improved their critical abilities in fundamental interactions physics, that they can discuss and comment critically arguments related to the concepts and themes already discussed in the course, to determine which would be the more appropriate way to approach them.
Communication skills: students have to demonstrate that they can effectively expose topics of the
theoretical formulation and the main phenomenological implications of the physics of fundamental interactions. In particular, they must be able to introduce these topics in a clear and accessible way, not only for a specialist in the field, but also for a physicist with a different background.
Learning skills: students have do demonstrate that their knowledge of the modern formulation of the theories of the fundamental interactions is robust enough that they can comprehend the main topics in the field, including specialized ones not treated during the course.