
Neutrino masses and mixings and...
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Alessandro Strumia, Francesco Vissani
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We review the main experimental and theoretical results related to neutrino physics and outline possible lines of developement.
The main topics covered are: neutrino masses, oscillations, sol . . . . . 
Introduction to High Energy Physics
Author:
Dan Kabat
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Introduction to High Energy Physics. 
Introduction to AdSCFT
Author:
Horatiu Nastase
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These lectures present an introduction to AdSCFT, and are intended both for begining and more advanced graduate students, which are familiar with quantum field theory and have a working knowledge of . . . . . 
Lectures on instantons
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Stefan Vandoren, Peter van Nieuwenhuizen
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This is a selfcontained set of lecture notes on instantons in (super) YangMills theory in four dimensions and in quantum mechanics. First the basics are derived from scratch: the regular and singula . . . . . 
Hard Interactions of Quarks and Gluons: a Primer for LHC Physics
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J.M. Campbell, J.W. Huston, W.J. Stirling
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In this review article, we develop the perturbative framework for the calculation of hard scattering processes. We undertake to provide both a reasonably rigorous development of the formalism of hard . . . . . 
Mesons in Gauge/Gravity Duals  A Review
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Johanna Erdmenger, Nick Evans, Ingo Kirsch, Ed T
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We review recent progress in studying mesons within gauge/gravity duality, in the context of adding flavour degrees of freedom to generalizations of the AdS/CFT correspondence. Our main focus is on th . . . . . 
The Standard Model of Electroweak Interactions
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Roberto Casalbuoni
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The Standard Model of Electroweak Interactions Lectures given at the Otranto School September 97. 
keV Neutrino Model Building
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Alexander Merle
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We review the model building aspects for keV sterile neutrinos as Dark Matter candidates. After giving a brief discussion of some cosmological and astrophysical aspects, we first discuss the c . . . . . 
Cosmic Rays and the Search for a Lorentz Invariance Violation
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Wolfgang Bietenholz
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This is an introductory review about the ongoing search for a signal of Lorentz Invariance Violation (LIV) in cosmic rays. We first summarise basic aspects of cosmic rays, focusing on rays of ultra h . . . . . 
Forces from Connes\' geometry
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Thomas Schucker
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We try to give a pedagogical introduction to Connes\' derivation of the standard model of electromagnetic, weak and strong forces from gravity. Corrected and extended version, 75 pages LaTeX, 8 figur . . . . . 
Title: Charm Physics  A Field Full with Challenges and Opportunities
Author:
XueQian Li, Xiang Liu, ZhengTao Wei
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In this review, we discuss some interesting issues in charm physics which is full with puzzles and challenges. So far in the field there exist many problems which have not obtained satisfactory answer . . . . . 
Title: New Developments in Relativistic Viscous Hydrodynamics
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Paul Romatschke
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Starting with a brief introduction into the basics of relativistic fluid dynamics, I discuss our current knowledge of a relativistic theory of fluid dynamics in the presence of (mostly shear) viscosit . . . . . 
Toric geometry and local CalabiYau varieties: An introduction to toric geometry (for physicists)
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Cyril Closset
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These lecture notes are an introduction to toric geometry. Particular focus is put on the description of toric local CalabiYau varieties, such as needed in applications to the AdS/CFT correspondence . . . . . 
The Nature of Massive Neutrinos
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S. T. Petcov
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The compelling experimental evidences for oscillations of solar, reactor, atmospheric and accelerator neutrinos imply the existence of 3neutrino mixing in the weak charged lepton current. The current . . . . . 
A Cicerone for the physics of charm
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S.Bianco, F.L.Fabbri , D.Benson,I.Bigi
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After briefly recapitulating the history of the charm quantum number they sketch the experimental environments and instruments employed to study the behaviour of charm hadrons and then describe the th . . . . . 
The Principle of the Fermionic Projector
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Andrew Ranicki (Edinburgh)
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Combining a local gauge principle, the Pauli Exclusion Principle, and the principles of General Relativity in a particular way, we obtain the mathematical framework for the formulation of a new type . . . . . 