W2D2 Videoconferences

     12 November 2020

 

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To participate in a videoconference, a group must register and be scheduled. Registration is now closed. To request an exception, contact the coordinator directly.

 

Notes and Instructions:

  • The main client for videoconferences will be Zoom. There will be a few videoconferences using Google Meet as well.
  • Students do not need to report results in the videoconference. Rather, they should prepare short comments on how the measurement went, any surpises they found, or questions they have about the measurement. This short (~2 min) report is followed by moderators comments on the results so far and a Q&A. Please see the Videoconference Plan below.
  • Prior to the videoconference, the teacher should help the students prepare questions and comments indicated in item 3 above. The teacher or a designee  should also connect 5 min early to the videoconference to deal with any potential problems with the connection.

 

 

Videoconference Tests:

It is best to test your Zoom or Google Meet connection to ensure a good videoconference for the students on World Wide Data Day. The quality of the connection is critical to the success of the videoconference, which is the forum in which students connect with physicists and encounter the combined results. 

Test Procedure:

  1. No need to sign up. Just "show up" on a date and time slot below. (Note: the test takes only 10-15 min; you can join anytime during the time slot.)
  2. Set up for your test, using the same device, the same room, and the same internet connection you will use on World Wide Data Day.
  3. Feel free to use the test time to ask questions about W2D2.

Here is the current schedule:

  • Fri 06 Nov, 14:00-15:30 UTC (Zoom)
  • Fri 06 Nov, 15:30-16:30 UTC (Google Meet)
  • Mon 09 Nov, 12:30-14:30 (Zoom)
  • Mon 09 Nov, 14:30-15:30 (Google Meet)

To convert UTC to your local time, please use a good online Time Zone Converter

 

 

Schedule of Videoconferences:

Unless otherwise noted. all videoconferences are via the World Wide Data Day Zoom channel. This schedule is subject to modification. Cells in light blue will use Google Meet; all others use Zoom. 

Time (UTC) ATLAS Institutes CMS Institutes   Moderators Staff
00:00-00:30 Norman*, San Francisco/Trstena, Shanghai   Gozzelino, Rubin Cecire, Wood
08:00-08:30 Heraklion* Singapore Carli, Gozzelino Cecire
10:00-10:30   Patna, Yvelines* Carli, Gozzelino Cecire
10:30-11:00 Rodilobos, Derbyshire Svishtov, Padova Piedra, Glover Klammer
12:00-12:30 Herouville St Clair*, Lisboa-CampoFlores*, Alissas* ReggioCalabria* Abreu, Piedra Cecire
14:00-14:30   Winamac, Fundao*, Tallahassee, Smolyan, Medford-1 Abreu, Sandoval Cecire
14:30-15:00 SouthBend-Adams, Treviso-ATLAS Treviso-CMS Yu, Gozzelino Wood
15:00-15:30 Afula-1*, Houston, Lisboa-AEVF, Peana Attica Medford-2 Abreu, Sandoval, Cohen Cecire, Wood
15:30-16:00 CaldasRainha*, Rennes, Ruse, Manchester VinaMar Abreu, Sandoval Wood
16:30-17:00 Barcelona-ATLAS, Burnaby, Cincinnati-StUrsula Medford-3 Yu, Natale Wood, Cecire
17:30-18:00 Lusby Colima-2, Medford-4, Venezia Carrillo, Vazquez Wood, Cecire
18:00-18:30 Pikesville*, Abingdon, Afula-2*, Blagoevgrad   Hall, Cohen Wood
18:30-19:00   Mayaguez, Barcelona-CMS, Bronx, Gwynn Oak Malik, Yu Wood
20:30-21:00   SouthBend-StJoe, Livingston, Henrico Hall, Mohrman Wood, Cecire
22:00-22:30 Junin-Andes*, Los Angeles Colima-1* Carrillo, Vazquez Cecire, Wood

* Videocon test or equivalent completed.

 

 

 

 

Videoconference Plan:

Part Time* Activity
0 5 min prior to start Test connections, address problems
1 START Introductions and Greetings
2 5 min after start Student comments and questions on measurement
3 10 min after start Moderators discuss overall results
4 15 min after start Q&A
5 30 min after start end

* Times are flexible (except start) and not all videoconferences will take the full 30 minutes.

 

 

 

Meet the Moderators:


Pedro Abreu
LIP and IST, Portugal

Salvador Carrillo
Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico

Ina Carli
IHEP CAS, China

Kenneth Cecire
ND/QuarkNet, USA

Dhiman Chakraborty
University of Northen Illinois, USA

Dan Cohen
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
 

Marla Glover
Purdue University, USA

Andrea Gozzelino
INFN Legnaro, Italy

Allison Hall
Fermilab, USA

Joel Klammer
Concordia International School Shanghai, China

Sudhir Malik
Universidad de Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, PR (USA)

Kelci Mohrman
University of Notre Dame, USA
 

Jónatan Piedra
Instituto de Física de Cantabria, Spain

Phil Rubin
George Mason University, USA

Carlos Sandoval
Universidad Nacional de Colombia , Colombia

Fabiola Vazquez
Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico

Shane Wood
UMN/QuarkNet, USA

David Yu
Brown University, USA
 

Sonia Natale
CERN, Switzerland
 

 

 

 

 

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