Analyzing and interpreting data
Mean Lifetime Part 1: Dice
Rolling dice serves as the model for decaying particles.
Signal and Noise: Cosmic Muons
In this introductory tutorial that, students learn about how to distinguish muon signals from background and instrumental noise.
Signal and Noise: The Basics
Students analyze signals and noise first in audio and video forms and then look at signals and noise from physic measurements.
Mapping the Poles
Students explore some basics of magnetic fields that can be related to experimental particle physics.
Making it ‘Round the Bend - Quantitative
Students measure the effects of electric and magnetic fields on particles.
Shuffling the Particle Deck
Teams of students organize cards depicting fundamental particles based on their characteristics. This activity is a foundation for learning about the Standard Model and parallels the methods used by scientists to organize the elements into the period table.
CMS Masterclass J/Psi
Students are physicists for a day at a university or lab where they work with physicists to learn how to analyze real particle physics data in the form of event displays.
ATLAS W-path Masterclass
Students are physicists for a day at a university or lab where they work with physicists to how to analyze real particle physics data in the form of event displays.
Mean Lifetime Part II: Cosmic Muons
Students learn how physicists measure muon lifetime.
ATLAS Data Express
ATLAS Data Express is a short investigation in which students inspect and characterize Z events in the LHC and distinguish muons from electrons.