This page contains my lectures given at the International Doctorate Network in Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology School Lectures on the subject of "Flavour Physics at Electron Machines". The school was held on 2-7th May 2013 and full details can be found at the school web page.
My lectures can be found in three parts:
These lectures were written to describe the state-of-the art in heavy flavour measurements from BaBar and Belle as of late spring 2013. The main physics topics of these experiments were focussed on, along with experimental methodologies that are relevant to exploit the existing data samples. The lectures finish with a brief look toward the future possibilities at Belle II and a future linear collider operating a top pair production threshold.
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