 Course:

 P633 meets MWF from 11:15 a.m. to 12:05 p.m in Swain West
217

 Prerequisites:

Quantum and classical mechanics and Electrodynamics at the graduate
level . Knowledge of many body and relativistic quantum mechanics
will be helpful but not required. We will introduce as much as needed.
 Text:
Recommended : Theoretical Nuclear and Subnuclear Physics, by J.D.Walecka,
Quantum Theory of ManyParticle Systems, by A.L.Fetter and J.D.Walecka
Quarks and Leptons, by F.Halzen and A.D.Martin
Perturbative QCD, by T.Muta
Particle Physics and Introduction to Field Theory, by T.D.Lee
General : M.A.Preston and R.K.Bhaduri, Structure of the Nucleus
J.P.Blaizot and G.Ripka, Quantum Theory of Finite Systems
P.J.Siemens and A.S.Jensen, Elements of Nuclei
J.Blatt and V.F.Weisskopf,Theoretical Nuclear Physics
J.M.Eisenberg and W.Greiner,Nuclear Theory
J.D.Bjorken and S.D.Drell, Relativistic Quantum Fields
B.L.Ioffe, V.A.Khoze and L.N.Lipatov,Hard Processes
R.G.Roberts,The Structure of the Proton
 Topics:
Nuclear forces, the twonucleon problem, theory of nuclear matter,
theory of electromagnetic properties of nuclei, nuclear models,
symmetries and the quark model, formulation of Quantum Chromodynamics,
asymptotic freedom, the parton model, nonperturbative methods and models of QCD.
Outline is also available.


 Grading:
Will be based on homework and there will be a home taking exam.
Homework will be assigned approximately one every two weeks
(510 problems/month).
 Lecture Notes:
Will be scanned after each class and available P633, P634.
 Homework, P633: Problem set 1 , Solutions
Problem set 2, Solutions
Problem set 3 , Solutions
Problem set 4 , Solutions
Problem set 5 , Solutions
Final , Solutions
 Homework, P634: Problem set 1 , Solutions
Problem set 2, Solutions
Problem set 3, Solutions
Problem set 4, Solutions
Problem set 5, Solutions
Problem set 6, Solutions
Final , Solutions
 Miscellaneous: ClebshGordan coefficients
from Landau & Lifshitz, from Edmond's
and PDG ,
Properties of WignerD functions .