virtual visits

ATLAS Virtual Visits

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ATLAS Virtual Visits

An ATLAS Virtual Visit connects a classroom, exhibition or other public venue with scientists located at the experiment using web-based video conferencing. It is a chance for you to have a conversation with the scientists working on ATLAS.

Resource Category
2 - Education
Resource Format
Audience Type
Secondary Students
virtual visits
2 - high

Five schools virtually visit ATLAS, CMS and IceCube

The ATLAS and CMS experiments hosted a virtual visit together with the IceCube Experiment in the South Pole for students from five different European schools on 2 October. The visit allowed the students to interact with researchers in both the LHC experiments and the IceCube experiment. The virtual visit was a second event in the Open Discovery Space project series' 'Bringing Frontier Science to Schools'.

15 October 2014

ATLAS Connects with Science Fest Visitors

On 5 and 6 April, Michigan State University's ATLAS physicists who are based at CERN connected virtually via video-conference to visitors attending the annual Science Festival in East Lansing, USA, to talk about particle physics and what it is like to be a physicist.

29 April 2014

Moonlighting as a Physicist

There was a lively buzz about the ATLAS Control Room last Friday night, September 23rd, as local high school students descended to get a closer look at just exactly what goes on at the front line of particle physics.

24 September 2011