Lectures on Supersymmetry by Ivo Sachs

Lectures on Supersymmetry

Lectures on Supersymmetry
by Ivo Sachs

Publisher: Trinity College Dublin 2004
Number of pages: 53

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These notes are based on a number of graduate lectures. The aim of the lectures is to provide a concise introduction to supersymmetry including some classic material such as the Coleman-Mandula theorem, supersymmetry algebra and non-renormalisation theorems.

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