This tutorlal splits in 2 parts,
From 11th Monday to 14th Thrusday (1st week): usage of Mathematica and software packages FeynRules, FeynArts, FormCalc and MadGraph.
18th Monday and 19th Tuesday (2nd week): mini-course on statistical experimental methods by Prof. Claude Pruneau.
The tutorials from 11th Monday to 14th Thursday require the usage of Mathematica software. Students or young post-docs from UCM can use a limited amount of licenses at the Departmental Computational Laboratory, although using your own laptop is strongly advised. Attendants from other institutions are required to follow the tutorial with their own laptop.
- (Legal) license of Mathematica, required. Version >= 10, advised.
- GNU/Linux system, with bash, gcc, gfortran, python 2.7, advised.
- amd64 processor (Intel/AMD), advised. Almost every laptop is amd64, with the only exceptions being a few ARM choices like Raspberry Pi, tablets and some new "lightweight laptops" (Chromebook).
DISCLAIMER: should we receive any complain from Wolfram Research or the local IT support about the usage of unofficial versions of Mathematica in our network by any attendant, he/she will be reported with all the legal and personal consequences this might carry.