Study of the probability distributions most frequently used in physics; error treatment and error propagation; detection methods, hypothesis testing;
maximum likelihood fits to a given model; Monte Carlo simulations.
General vision of our universe, with special attention in the physical processes which govern its evolution and structure formation; thermal history of the universe,
including aspects such as inflation, nucleo-synthesis, decoupling and re-ionization; key aspects of gravitation and general relativity; typical mechanisms of
General vision of the current understanding of elementary particle physics; unified description of the constituents of matter and the fundamental forces
through which they interact; Standard Model theory and experimental results which support it.
Seminar-oriented discussions about topics of special relevance in the field of particle physics and physics of the cosmos, in which an internationally
recognized expert exposes in some detail a particular aspect of ongoing or recent research.
Master in Particle Physics and Physics of the Cosmos