Notre Dame QuarkNet Center
Submitted by kcecire
on Monday, May 6, 2013 - 09:22
Welcome to the Notre Dame QuarkNet Center (NDQC). We are located at 929 North Eddy Street in South Bend, Indiana, and are part of the University of Notre Dame, one of the parent institutions of the QuarkNet program. We hold teacher meetings every Monday during the school year, holidays excepted, and we have a very active summer research program for teachers and students.
The Notre Dame QuarkNet Center is the home to QuarkNet efforts at the University of Notre Dame and in Michiana.
The Notre Dame center has a unique place in QuarkNet. The university helps the center to offer research opportunities for students and teachers each summer in addition to the QuarkNet workshop the center holds every year. The year 2020, of course, the situation is different. The ND center has already accepted students and assembled the teachers for research when it all had to be canceled due to the pandemic. Lead Teacher Pat Mooney had the idea, then, that the teachers could offer the students two weeks of online summer classes in particle physics.
Topic: Learning to use Phyphox (mobile phone app) and Colab (google online) to collect, visualize and analyze phone sensor data
Small URL for this page: http://cern.ch/go/fH9L.
The University of Notre Dame QuarkNet Center has the following areas of activity in 2019:
Weekly teacher meetings during the academic year