Particle physics for high school teachers

January 16, 2013

Who: Mads Toudal Frandsen (CP3-Origins), Chris Kouvaris (CP3-Origins), and Martin S. Sloth (CP3-Origins)
When: Thursday, January 17, 2013

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Every year high school A-level students are introduced to a new topic in science.Mads T. Frandsen, Chris Kouvaris, and Martin S. Sloth. Credit: Henrik Gautier, Faculty of Science, SDUThis year the new topic is 21st century physics, focusing in particular on particle physics.

As part of a meeting for the association of high school physics teachers, Mads Toudal Frandsen, Chris Kouvaris, and Martin S. Sloth (CP3-Origins) will give an introduction to modern particle physics including the current state of research in this subject: Dark matter, Big-Bang, and the Higgs-particle

More information can be found on SDU’s page (in Danish).

The meeting is similar to a previous meeting for high school students held in November 2012 (Science Day 2012).