This third edition on the classic Gauge Field Theories is an ideal reference for researchers starting work with the Large Hadron Collider and the future International Linear Collider. This latest title continues to offer an up to date reference containing revised chapters on electroweak interactions and model building including a completely new chapter on conformality. Within this essential reference logical organization of the material on gauge invariance, quantization, and renormalization is also discussed providing necessary reading for Cosmologists and Particle Astrophysicists.
Paul H. Frampton is distinguished professor of physics at the University of North Carolina. After he received his D.Phil degree from the University of Oxford, UK, he conducted research at various institutions, among them Harvard University, UCLA and CERN (Geneva, Switzerland). His research focuses on theoretical high energy physics and cosmology; among his topics are inflation, dark matter and dark energy, String Theory, and physics beyond the standard model. Professor Frampton has authored more than 375 papers and has lectured on physics in 30 countries.
Gauge Invariance Quantization Renormalization Electroweak Forces Renormalization Group Quantum Chromodynamics Model Building Conformality