NTW Project weeks at CERN

Published: 29/09/2012

A few high school students, already working on student research projects on particle physics are invited to work for 2 weeks at CERN to conduct special research task and to look over the shoulder of CERN's scientists.

The German "Netzwerk Teilchenwelt" is a network of 22 particle and astroparticle institutes in Germany and gives access to modern science for 3.500 students and 300 teachers a year. Throughout the year, about 100 young scientists demonstrate in schools and school labs all over Germany through particle physics masterclasses and cosmic-ray workshops how modern science works. Furthermore interested students and teachers are welcome to engage in particle physics and are invited to workshops at CERN and do their own research projects.

The program "Netzwerk Teilchenwelt" is run by the IKTP at TU Dresden, funded by the federal ministry of education and research (BMBF) and under the patronage of the German Physical Society (DPG).

See: www.teilchenwelt.de


DATE OF EVENT: 07.10.2012 - 19.10.2012PLACE OF EVENT: CERNATTENDEES: Qualified high school students



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