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HUOM! OPINTOJAKSOJEN TIETOJEN TÄYTTÄMISTÄ KOORDINOIVAT KOULUTUSSUUNNITTELIJAT HANNA-MARI PEURALA JA TIINA HASARI

 

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1. Course title

Hiukkasfysiikan kokeet
Experimentell partikelfysik ? Partikelfysikens experiment
Particle Physics Experiments


2. Course code

PAP329

Aikaisemmat leikkaavat opintojaksot 53299 Hiukkasfysiikan kokeet, 5 op.


3. Course status: compulsory or optional

-Which degree programme is responsible for the course?
Master’s Programme in Particle Physics and Astrophysical Sciences

-Which module does the course belong to?
PAP3002 Advanced Studies in Particle Physics and Cosmology (optional for Study Track in Particle Physics and Cosmology)

-Is the course available to students from other degree programmes?
Yes


4. Course level (first-, second-, third-cycle/EQF levels 6, 7 and 8)

Master’s level, degree programmes in medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine = secondcycle
degree/EQF level 7
Doctoral level = third-cycle (doctoral) degree/EQF level 8


-Does the course belong to basic, intermediate or advanced studies (cf. Government Decree
on University Degrees)?
Advanced studies


5. Recommended time/stage of studies for completion


-The recommended time for completion may be, e.g., after certain relevant courses have
been completed.

Can be taken at any stage of master's or doctoral studies

6. Term/teaching period when the course will be offered


Given every second year (even years) in the spring term, in III and IV periods.

7. Scope of the course in credits

5 cr

8. Teacher coordinating the course

Kenneth Österberg

9. Course learning outcomes


-Description of the learning outcomes provided to students by the course
- See the competence map (https://flamma.helsinki.fi/content/res/pri/HY350274).

After the course, the student will...

  1. learn the basic principles of particle accelerators and their applications in other fields.
  2. understand the dynamics of particles in an accelerator.
  3. be able to apply the understanding to design a particle accelerator.
  4. learn the basic principles of particle detectors of high energy physics and their applications in other fields.
  5. understand the different types of particle detectors and their strengths and weaknesses as well as the synergy between them.
  6. be able to apply the understanding to design a high energy physics experiment.

10. Course completion methods


-Will the course be offered in the form of contact teaching, or can it be taken as a distance
learning course?
-Description of attendance requirements (e.g., X% attendance during the entire course or
during parts of it)
-Methods of completion

Exercises based on lectures, oral presentation and a final oral exam.

11. Prerequisites

Recommended: FYS2016 Elektrodynamiikka I and FYS2005 Kvanttifysiikan sovelluksia I - Atomit ja molekyyli.

12. Recommended optional studies


-What other courses are recommended to be taken in addition to this course?
-Which other courses support the further development of the competence provided by this
course?

Courses in the course package of Instrumentation of Particle Physics

13. Course content

Accelerators: Particle Accelerator History and Basics, Transverse Beam Dynamics and Accelerator Lattice, Longitudinal Beam Dynamics, Accelerating Cavities, Electron Dynamics, Imperfections & instabilities, Colliders & cooling, The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), Future colliders and accelerator applications.
Experiments: Particle Detector History and Basics, Tracking and Particle Interaction with Matter, Gaseous charged particle detectors, Semiconductor charged particle detectors, Scintillation and Photon Detectors, Energy Measurement, Jet Reconstruction and Particle Flow, Calorimeters, Trigger and Data Acquisition, Detector Systems, The LHC experiments.

14. Recommended and required literature

Main material:
Lecture notes;
E. Wilson: An Introduction to Particle Accelerators (Oxford University Press 2001) for the Accelerators part.

Supplementary reading:
Particle Data Group Reviews on Experimental Methods and Colliders (available on pdg.lbl.gov);
D. Green: The Physics of Particle Detectors (Cambridge University Press 2005).

15. Activities and teaching methods in support of learning


-See the competence map (https://flamma.helsinki.fi/content/res/pri/HY350274).
-Student activities
-Description of how the teacher’s activities are documented

Weekly lectures and exercises (individual work). Oral presentation (individual). Final oral exam. Total hours 135.

16. Assessment practices and criteria, grading scale


-See the competence map (https://flamma.helsinki.fi/content/res/pri/HY350274).
-The assessment practices used are directly linked to the learning outcomes and teaching
methods of the course.

Final grade is based on exercises (40 %), oral presentation (compulsory, 20 %) and oral exam (40 %).

17. Teaching language

English


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