Agenda for CMS E-Lab workshop@ Univ. of Iowa, July 9 and 10

July 9-10, 2018

Van Allen Hall

 

Objectives

Participating teachers will be able to:

Last Day of the 2018 Workshop: The Friday Agenda

Agenda Last Day of the 2018 Workshop

Friday

9am  Coffee, introductions

  • inventory of Cosmic Ray Detectors (don't forget to bring yours!)
  • set up in BRK120

9h15 Cosmic Ray Detectors - discussion on the Eclipse data and the potential of other measurements with CRs

2018 Neutrino Data Workshop Prototype at Rice University

Small URL for this page: https://tinyurl.com/nu2018rice

 

Agenda, Wednesday, June 27, 2018 

2018 CMS Data Workshop at Rice University

June 25-26, 2018

Herman Brown Hall, Room 223

Tiny URL for this page: https://tinyurl.com/CMS2018rice.

Objectives

Participating teachers will:

ATLAS day at Berkeley Lab

Tuesday June 19, 2018

Small URL for this page: http://tiny.cc/lblqn-jun18.

 

Agenda

08:30    greetings and particle cards

09:00    Human ATLAS/LHC demos

09:30    Intro to ATLAS W2D2 measurement

Classroom Engagement-Holloway

  1. Engineering process to design holders and mobile devices to detector mobility.
  2. Muon velocities
  3. Muon logivity
  4. Engineering design and robotic processes, building a mobile device to transport to locations.
  5. Introduction study into Electrostatics - Coulomb's Law
  6. Elevation detection of muons
  7. Material to slow muon detection

School implementation plan FHS Pratt

Use of Quarknet equipment and resources

1. Address measurement uncertainties through setup and data collection from a 24 hour run.

2. Kinematics-

    Time of flight analysis from 24 hour run data.  Using distance, estimate average speed of particles.

    Using known rest half-life, estimate depth in earth at which muon signal should disappear.

2018 Minnesota Neutrino Data Workshop Prototype

Small URL for this page: https://tinyurl.com/qn2018umn

 

Agenda, Wednesday, June 13, 2018 (Ken Cecire joining today)

Texas Tech University June 13-14 Cosmic Ray Workshop Agenda

“Our mission is to create opportunities for teachers and students to explore the nature of scientific research. Using cosmic ray muon detectors, participants design and perform experiments to analyze data employing the cosmic ray e-lab.”

  Learning objectives.

a.   Configure a cosmic ray detector appropriately for acquisition of data for calibration and analysis of measurements.

UIC Center Summer 2018 Meeting Agenda