FSU QuarkNet Center Report 2017

2017 Annual Report

University of Oregon Annual Report

Student abstract information for HS internships at WIPAC/UW–Madison

Vetal, a multimessenger online analysis tool

Haley James and Elsa Forberger (West High School), Blake Gallay (Middleton High School)

Amanda Nothem (Whitnall HS)

Josh Wood and Sílvia Bravo (WIPAC)

The purpose of our research was to develop an online tool to analyze pubic data sets from IceCube and FermiLAT. The goal was to facilitate multimessenger astronomy analyses targeting both scientists and amateur researchers.

Attendance sheets: WIPAC students attendance to HS Internship

Attendance sheets: WIPAC teacher attendance to research workshops and HS internship

UW–Madison QuarkNet Center 2016-2017 Annual Report

QuarkNet efforts at UW–Madison are led by the Wisconsin IceCube Astrophysics Center (WIPAC). Prof. Justin Vandenbroucke (co-PI) and Dr. Sílvia Bravo (co-PI) work together with several researchers from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, the Distributed Electronic Cosmic-ray Observatory (DECO), and the desktop muon detector CosmicWatch.

The QuarkNet program @ WIPAC included three activities this year.

CERN open data analysis for Z prime decay

Cosmic Ray Detector Measurements

University of Kansas Annual Report 2017