These lectures aim to give an introduction to basic theoretical concepts and phenomenological key observables that form the basis of the modern
interpretation of experimental data from high-energy collider experiments in the framework of the Standard Model of Particle Physics.


• Kinematics of Relativistic Particles, Cross Sections and Decay Widths
• Particle States vs. Particle Fields
• Relativistic Field Equations for Bosons and Fermions
• Symmetries in the Particle World
• Lagrange Formalism for Interactions between Relativistic Particles
• Construction of the Standard Model
• Examples for Elementary Particle Reactions
• Including Quantum Corrections via Feynman Diagrams