Detroit, MI 48201
The QuarkNet Master Class is a one-day event where high school students learn about particle physics through hands-on analysis of data from the CMS experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider. The day includes instruction in particle physics and data analysis, lunch with Wayne State faculty, and a video session with other students from across the country. QuarkNet is an educational program run by particle physicists and high school teachers, providing high school students in grades 10 – 12 with first-hand experience in science, involving them in aspects of research and development and providing opportunities to interact with real-life scientists.
For information contact Prof. Robert Harr at firstname.lastname@example.org