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Finalists of STEM competition. The finalists are 19 years old and interested in STEM subjects, and many are specialised in physics. Although many have other primary areas of interest, this virtual visit will be an inspirational event for all. The activity will let the students know CERN and the ATLAS experiment on a level that an average 19-year-old STEM student would understand.
Our school has been fortunate enough to have taken part in three prior ATLAS Virtual Visits and look forward to another great tour!
Every year, our school go to CERN and visit CMS cavern. This year with the pandemic situation, we cannot go to Geneva, and we want to allow our students to visit CERN, and the ATLAS detector, to learn more about it.
High school teachers from all over Europe are attending a two-weekend long winter school with subjects like HEP, Astrophysics, Gravity, Cosmology, Astronomy.
Viva Fysica is an annual symposium for high school teachers and high school students that we organise at the University of Amsterdam, aimed at showing what's currently going on in physics. The goal is for the teachers to be inspired to bring more modern physics into the classroom, and for their students to get a broader view of physics than what they learn in class, hopefully even exciting some of them to go into physics themselves.
In the context of the last year of high school science education, we are happy to share with the students one of the pinnacle achievements of modern physics research.
The NYSF Yr 12 program brings together students from across Australia who have a passion for STEM. The program is designed to showcase the diversity of STEM pathways and careers that are available for students.
Every year, the physics institute at the University of Minho has a public event, the European Night of the Researchers, where several activities are made to reach the general public of all ages.
Denis Damazio and Mariana Velho
In the context of the European Research Night, we are organising a public webinar dedicated to High Energy Physics and specifically the involvement of our institute in ATLAS experiment. The idea is to have a ZOOM meeting with a virtual guide at ATLAS experiment and a few scientists in the department of physics in Pavia. They will provide a brief introduction to particle physics will have an interactive session with the public. Using Facebook, the public can ask questions, and physicists can answer using ZOOM!
Double Virtual Visit to two schools in the city of Manaus, capital of the Amazonas State in Brazil. The visit will be led by professor Antonio Rizonaldo in Brazil and the researcher Denis Oliveira Damazio (BNL) at the ATLAS experiment, CERN
Denis Oliveira Damazio
Salt Lake City, Utah
Physics teachers at West High School are commited to inspiring students' interest in physics and engineering by including topics in modern physics in their curriculum. Students are curious about particle physics and the technology involved in measuring their charactaristics. Students will be able to broaden their understanding of what scientists "really do."
Rukami International Tech and Creativity Festival. We will give an awesome opportunity for festival participants to take a close look at the ATLAS experiment and to see how the world's R&D projects help to drive modern Big Science.
An opportunity to introduce members of DIT and BEIS to CERN, the ATLAS experiment, the UK's membership the organisation, and the role played by DIT in promoting opportunities for UK industry to supply goods and services.
During this hackathon, we will tackle important challenges in science communication today; those relevant not just to CERN and EPFL, but also the wider scientific community.
Participants will visit facilities at CERN and EPFL, take part in interactive workshops to develop their hacking skills, and build networks with future colleagues, collaborators, and friends.
Riccardo Poggi & Kiley Elizabeth Kennedy
The ScienceDays is a german program mainly for schools and also the public. Over six weeks there will be plenty of different workshops, ScienceShows. This year and for the first time, it will be online only activities from the 19.10 - 29.11 2020.
Týždeň vedy a techniky is a science fair organized by Slovak ministry of education,
Slovak Centre for Scientific and Technical Information and National centre of popularization of science and technology in society. It aims to propagate science and technology and to inspire young people to study these subjects.
Tomas Dado and Michaela Mlynarikova
In der "Woche der Teilchenwelt" vom 2. bis 8. November öffnen bundesweit Forschungseinrichtungen und Universitäten ihre Türen für interessierte Besucher jedes Alters. Vor Ort oder digital zu Hause kannst du mit Hilfe von Experten*innen in die Welt der Astro- und Elementarteilchenphysik eintauchen.
During the "Week of Particle Physics" fom Nov 2nd to 8th research centers and universities all over Germany open their doors for vistor of all ages. With the help of reknown experts in the field you can dive into the fascinating world of partivel physics - on sights or digitally!
C 25 сентября по конец октября состоится Фестиваль актуального научного кино ФАНК, в рамках которого мы проведём онлайн-экскурсию в одну из самых знаменитых лабораторий мира — ЦЕРН, где был построен большой адронный коллайдер. Присоединяйтесь и следите за обновлениями расписания. Мы докажем, что наука – это всегда интересно!
This virtual visit of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, its control room and the actual detector installed in the cavern 100 m underground. The ATLAS physicist Bastian Schlag will talk first about CERN and the Large Hadron Collider. Afterwards, he will show the ATLAS control room and then move to show the detector in the underground cavern. The audience is made of family members, friends and students from the University of Mainz. In the last part of the visit, Bastian will answer the audience questions.
The 18th edition of BergamoScienza, the scientific divulgation festival organized by the BergamoScienza Association, will be held from Saturday 3 to Sunday 18 October 2020 with a special edition, all digital and with a new format. The BergamoScienza Festival is a scientific divulgation event born in 2003 from the intuition and willingness of a group of friends, the Founding Members, which every year involves the city and the province of Bergamo in a program full of initiatives that explore scientific and technologies from the most varied fields. The main purpose is to make science accessible to all, especially young people and schools, so that they can improve and perfect their technical-scientific training and increase their interests. Three are the most important peculiarities: the approach used in addressing and comparing the various issues, made available also to a non-specialist public; the free admission for all events; the extraordinary participation of schools, teachers and students in particular, in the organization of numerous scientific exhibits. For the first two weeks of October, the city of Bergamo becomes the setting of an event that has international resonance and offers conferences, exhibitions, workshops, shows and much more. In the previous editions of the Festival, BergamoScienza had the extraordinary opportunity to host Nobel Prizes and prestigious researchers and experts from various scientific fields: chemistry, physics, medicine, mathematics, engineering, astronomy, neuroscience, etc.
Riccardo Poggi and Mario Campanelli
Virtual Visit on Modern Physics 2020 is an event organized to impart practical education associated with modern physics among students. With an aim of having all the bright minds in renowned fields of physics around the world on one panel.
Dr. Steven Goldfarb and Dr. Clara Nellist.
KEK, the High Energy Accerelator Research Organization in Japan, participates the ATLAS experiment at CERN. KEK will hold an online open house on 6 September. The researchers at KEK will hold an online event (with Zoom and Youtube) to connect to the Japanese researchers at CERN who will show the ATLAS control room over internet.
Yuji Enari, Masahiro Morinaga and Takuya Nobe
Discovery of Higgs particle inspired young physicists all around the world to explore the in built physics behind it. As ATLAS is one of the complex detector at Large Hadron Collider (LHC), so the visit to ATLAS experiment wil not only impart knowledge to our Under Graduate students but will also ignite their interest in Particle Physics for their future research.
Chapecó – Santa Catarina
As part of the outreach project “Física e Cultura Científica Moderna e Contemporânea” and because of the impossibility of personal interactions with students and teachers, the series of lectures and discussing sections with Physics researchers from the most respected laboratories and institutions in the world happening in Portuguese brings our public frontier research topics and knowledge that wouldn’t be reachable otherwise specially for students and teachers from this most far region of Brazil.
Denis Oliveira Damazio
ICHEP2020 physics conference : Outreach programme is The Big Bang Stage, this would be part of the schedule for the afternoon
Clara Nellist & Muhammad Alhroob
As an event of the youth group of the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG) at the University of Oldenburg, we would like to offer a tour though and Q&A session about the Atlas Experiment for physics students at our university.
Usually, our events are in the format of a personal seminar at our university with an audience of around 30 people. Changing to a virtual format allows us to neglect distance and therefore we would be extremely happy to expand our horizon with this opportunity at the Atlas Experiment.
We are a group of science teachers from different professions as physics, chemistry and biology who desire to experience the virtual tour before arranging an event with our students. We need to find out which groups (ages) would benefit more from this kind of event, what awaits us when connecting online with large groups, and which prior knowledge that we should give students before participating in the actual event.
This is the Governor's School for the Sciences & Engineering in the state of Tennessee. It is for about 130 rising high school juniors and seniors that are high achievers in science and engineering. They each take classes from our university faculty throughout the program and attend enrichment activities such as a tour of the ATLAS Experiment on the LHC.
Final year highschool physics students learn about particle physics and astrophysics as part of their International Baccalaureate Diploma Program class. The virtual visit of CERN is an opportunity to deepen the students' understanding of the topic and the see how scientists work in this field.
Arturos Sanchez Pineda
The event is called "National Meeting of Physics Students" and it takes place every year in Portugal. It is a series of talks, workshops, company and lab visits focused on students taking Physics and Engineering Physics courses at the portuguese universities.
Yara Do Amaral Coutinho
The Physics Institute from the São Paulo University will welcome new students with a number of activities on this February 20th, 10:00 in Brazil (14:00 Geneva time). The local ATLAS team, lead by prof. Marco Leite will perform a Virtual Visit to the ATLAS detector. Inside the detector, we will have as hosts Denis Damazio (BNL/USA) and professor Yara Coutinho (UFRJ/ Brazil). The visit is opened to anyone in the Physics Institute.
The two day event at Sifal Secondary School in Kathmandu,Nepal will provide training and information for High School Students interested to learn about particle physics.The participants will be taught about Standard Model of Particle Physics and Physics beyond the Standard Model.This event will also provide hands on session on using ROOT for exploring the data files..There will be a virtual visit of ATLAS experiment.
Kurdistan province, Saqez
Performing Exciting physics experiments for the students, presenting a few lectures about the latest and most significant physics and astronomy events around the world
It’s a final year class of an autrian high school. After several lessions about partical physics and CERN they have still some questions. So we use the chance to talk to a scientist to solve this "problems".
Students have been learning about particle physics as part of their A-level course and this would be a fantastic opportunity for them to find out how it's done in practice at CERN and the LHC.
The Wesleyan University class Phys. 219 “Introduction to Contemporary Physics” will have a virtual tour of CERN. This will enhance and complment the classroom taching on up to date developments in contemporary high energy phyics.
Kiley Elizabeth Kennedy
Salt Lake City
Students at West High School have been inspired to learn more about particle physics from their Beamline for Schools-award winning peers. DESY Chain teammates have shared their experiement and experiences and now their West High classmates want to know more about how scientists learn about the building blocks of the universe.