The basic structure follows a set of old lectures which can be found at
http://www.lpthe.jussieu.fr/~soyez/lectures/plan.html
The e+e- part is close to what I did in these lectures, the DIS part
has more material, the pp part is more outdated and might not be the
best reference.
For the more advanced topics, one can look at:
- amplitudes:
a series of lecture notes can easily be found. In chronological order:
. Introduction to Scattering Amplitudes (4 lectures at the IPhT, CEA Saclay)
by Ruth Britto (2011)
https://www.maths.tcd.ie/~britto/lecture-notes.pdf
. A brief introduction to modern amplitude methods
by Lance Dixon, arXiv:1310.5353
. A Course in Amplitudes
by Tomasz Taylor, arXiv:1703.05670
. TASI Lectures on Scattering Amplitudes
by Clifford Cheung, arXiv:1708.03872
- Monte-Carlo generators:
this is a vast topic including many aspects. The two references
below are rather focused on generic-purpose event generators (one by
the main Pythia author, the other y one of the initial Herwig
authors).
. Monte Carlo Event Generators
by Michael H. Seymour and Marilyn Marx, arXiv:1304.6677
. Introduction to Event Generators
by Torbjorn Sjostrand, CTEQ MCNet school (2016)
http://home.thep.lu.se/~torbjorn/talks/desy16a.pdf
http://home.thep.lu.se/~torbjorn/talks/desy16b.pdf
http://home.thep.lu.se/~torbjorn/talks/desy16c.pdf
http://home.thep.lu.se/~torbjorn/talks/desy16d.pdf
- jets:
The best reference I can give here is the following:
Towards Jetography
by Gavin Salam, arXiv:0906.1833
- jet substructure:
there are several things I can recommend here but the best is to
wait a little bit since I am working (with Simone Marzani and
Michael Spanniwski) on (springer) lecture notes on jet
substructure. The final version will be ready by (approximately) the
end of January but if you want the current (almost final) version,
just send me an email.
- resummation:
it is not clear exactly what reference to give here since
resummation covers different things (cf. the QCD lectures on
Friday).
The jet substructure lecture notes mentioned above include aspects
of resummation related to jet physics.
Here are also a few lectures which discussed the topic:
. Resummations in QCD --- the analytic viewpoint
by Lorenzo MAgnea (given at EG&R, DESY)
http://personalpages.to.infn.it/~magnea/DESY_EG&R.pdf
. Resummation
by Eric Laenen (given at NIKHEF theory meeting)
https://www.nikhef.nl/pub/theory/center-talks/ericlaenen_14-9-07.pdf
. Ingredients for accurate collider physics (2/2)
by Gavin Salam (given at PSI summer school Exothiggs)
https://gsalam.web.cern.ch/gsalam/repository/talks/2016-Zuoz-LHC-precision-2.pdf
For a specific introduction to Soft-Collinear Effective Theory (SCET), see
. Introduction to Soft-Collinear Effective Theory
by Thomas Becher, Alessandro Broggio, Andrea Ferroglia
Springer lecture notes, arXiv:1410.1892