Cambridge Lectures on Supersymmetry and Extra Dimensions
by S. Krippendorf, F. Quevedo, O. Schlotterer
Publisher: arXiv 2010
Number of pages: 130
These lectures on supersymmetry and extra dimensions are aimed at finishing undergraduate and beginning postgraduate students with a background in quantum field theory and group theory. The text gives an introduction to supersymmetry in four spacetime dimensions, and extra spacetime dimensions which are combined with the concept of supersymmetry.
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by Adel Bilal - arXiv
The present introduction is elementary and pragmatic. The author discusses: spinors and the Poincar'e group, the susy algebra and susy multiplets, superfields and susy lagrangians, susy gauge theories, spontaneously broken susy, and more.
by Kenneth Intriligator, Nathan Seiberg - arXiv
We review the subject of spontaneous supersymmetry breaking. First we consider supersymmetry breaking in a semiclassical theory. We illustrate it with several examples, demonstrating different phenomena, including metastable supersymmetry breaking.
by Ivo Sachs - Trinity College Dublin
These notes are based on a number of graduate lectures. The aim is to provide a concise introduction to supersymmetry including some classic material such as the Coleman-Mandula theorem, supersymmetry algebra and non-renormalisation theorems.
by Neil Lambert - King's College London
Supersymmetry has been a very fruitful subject of research and has taught us a great deal about mathematics and quantum field theory. Hopefully this course will convince the student that supersymmetry is a beautiful and interesting subject.