Submitted by kcecire
on Tuesday, October 1, 2013 - 16:18
When QuarkNet does a workshop or other project that falls outside the current parameters, it can have a QuarkNet home here.
QuarkNet projects outside of center or data portfolio groups.
University of Houston
January 12, 2019, 8:00 am - noon CT
Small URL for this page: http://tiny.cc/wm19li.
08:00 Greetings and start
08:10 Intro to LIGO (Amber Strunk)
08:30 LIGO activities (Amber Strunk)
09:15 Gravitational Waves (Ken Cecire)
Friday 11 January 2019, 12:30 - 15:00 CT
KIPP Northeast College Preparatory (Houston, TX)
Small URL for this page: https://tinyurl.com/KIPPparticles19.
Friday 11 January 2019, 08:40 - 11:25 CT
Bellaire High School (Houston, TX)
Small URL for this page: https://tinyurl.com/bellaire2019.
Compact URL for this page: http://tiny.cc/qn16nu0.
|10:00 QuarkNet Neutrino Physics Workshop (Illinois Boardroom)
12:00 Tevatron Reunuion (Riverwalk A/B)
13:00 Lunch together
15:00 Windy City Physics Slam (Chicago Ballroom)
16:40 program ends
Sheraton Grand Chicago
301 East North Water Street
Chicago IL 60611
(Parking at the hotel can be up to $38.)
Compact URL for this page: http://tiny.cc/cms2016wcc.
Taking Research into Your Classroom
July 14-15, 2016
Maximum of 20 participants
Stipend of $100 per day for full attendance
Held at Waubonsee Community College, Sugar Grove Campus
ISBE recertification: 12.0 PDHs
- Apply introductory physics to successfully complete data investigations
- Create, interpret and explain the meaning of data plots or representations from CMS
- Select an activity and develop a plan to implement it with students.
Thursday 14 July 2016
08:45 Registration and coffee
09:00 Introduction: Objectives - Dr. Harry Cheung (Fermilab/CMS)
11:00 Particle Physics and CMS - Dr. Ben Kreis (Fermilab/CMS)
12:15 Lunch (provided)
13:00 Special Talk: Observation of Gravitiational Waves - Prof. Shane Larson (Northwestern Univ/LIGO)
14:00 J/Psi path masterclass measurement
16:15 Discussion of combined results and Wrap-up/Reflection; Bringing this to your classroom
Friday 15 July 2016
09:00 CMS WZH Measurement
11:00 Discussion of combined results and Wrap-up/Reflection; Bringing this to your classroom
12:15 Lunch (provided)
13:00 Discussion of homework
14:30 Resources and Implementation plans - Jeremy Wegner (Winnamac community High School/QuarkNet)
16:30 Evaluation and summary for NSF report
17:00 End of workshop
The workshop will be in WGL201/202. The talks at 11 am and 1 pm on Thursday will be in SCI234 (1-2 min walk from WGL202). See this campus map.
9-12 May 2016
Small URL for this page: http://tiny.cc/cms-sjhs16.
- Learn about what the Large Hadron Collider and the CMS experiment are up to at CERN
- Explore some basic particle physics
- Analyze actual data from the CMS experiment
- Draw conclusions
|Period||Mon 09 May||Tue 10 May||Wed 11 May||Thu 12 May|
|1||08:15-09:15 Intro activities||08:15-09:15 CMS physics presentation||08:15-09:55 Data analysis and discussion|
|2||09:20-10:10 Intro activities||09:20-10:10 CMS physics presentation||09:00-10:40 Data analysis and discussion|
|4||11:40-12:30 Intro activities||11:40-12:30 CMS physics presentation||10:45-12:30 Data analysis and discussion|
|6||13:30-14:20 Intro activities||13:30-14:20 CMS physics presentation||12:55-14:25 Data analysis and discussion|