Superspace or One Thousand and One Lessons in Supersymmetry
by W. Siegel, at al.
Publisher: arXiv 2001
Number of pages: 568
Supersymmetry is the supreme symmetry: It unifies spacetime symmetries with internal symmetries, fermions with bosons, and (local supersymmetry) gravity with matter. Under quite general assumptions it is the largest possible symmetry of the S-matrix.
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by S. Krippendorf, F. Quevedo, O. Schlotterer - arXiv
These lectures are aimed at finishing undergraduate and beginning postgraduate students. The text gives an introduction to supersymmetry in four spacetime dimensions, and extra dimensions which are combined with the concept of supersymmetry.
by Keith A. Olive - arXiv
These lectures on supersymmetry contain a pedagogical description of supersymmetric theories and the minimal supersymmetric standard model. Phenomenological and cosmological consequences of supersymmetry are also discussed.
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
From the table of contents: Introduction; Gauge Theory; Fermion: Clifford Algebras and Spinors; Supersymmetry; Elementary Consequences of Supersymmetry; Super-Yang Mills; Extended Supersymmety; Physical Features of Yang-Mills Theories.