Resonance phenomena commonly appear in various fields in physics. In particular, most of hadronic particles should be treated as resonances, because they are unstable against the strong decay. These lectures introduces the basic concepts of resonance physics. We then discuss the techniques to study the structure of resonances, aiming at the applications in hadron physics. The topics include: resonances in quantum mechanics, resonances in scattering theory, theory of Feshbach resonances, effective field theories, and compositeness of resonances.
The aim of this lecture is to learn basic resonance phenomena and its importance in hadron physics. Scattering theory, theory of Feshbach resonances, and nonrelativistic effective field theory are learned as theoretical frameworks to describe resonances.
Resonances, Scattering theory, Effective field theory, Compositeness
The lecture is given using slides.
|第1回||Introduction: resonances in hadron physics||given in the lecture|
|第2回||Resonances in quantum mechanics||given in the lecture|
|第3回||Scattering theory primer||given in the lecture|
|第4回||Resonances in scattering theory||given in the lecture|
|第5回||Theory of Feshbach resonances||given in the lecture|
|第6回||Nonrelativistic effective field theory||given in the lecture|
|第7回||Compositeness and weak-binding relation||given in the lecture|
|第8回||Lambda(1405) as a hadronic molecule||given in the lecture|
Lecture notes will be distributed.
Some problems should be solved in the end of the lecture.
It is required that the students have basic knowledge on quantum physics.
The lecture will be given in English.