19th IPPOG meeting (via videoconference)

Europe/Berlin
Pedro Abreu (LIP Laboratorio de Instrumentacao e Fisica Experimental de Part) , Steven Goldfarb (University of Melbourne (AU))
Description

19th IPPOG meeting

Following a vote from the Collaboration Board, the next IPPOG Collaboration Meeting will be on 7-9 May, as originally planned, but it will take place as a videoconference only due to the Covid 19 travel restrictions. Montenegro will host us during the spring 2021.

Meeting Room

We have decided to use Zoom instead of Vidyo for our meeting. Below the info on how to connect: 

We ask you to mind the following points helping to run the meeting smoothly:  

  • When connect to Zoom, please switch off your camera and mute your microphone. If you want or are asked to intervene, then unmute your microphone. If network allows and you don’t run into privacy issues, you can also switch your camera, as usually people like to see who is speaking.
  • For questions/comments please raise your hands! The Chair(s) will monitor the hands and pass you the word at the appropriate time.
  • The chatbox will also be monitored in case you want to write a question/comment or are difficulties with the system

Working Groups

Working groups will take place outside the meeting time at the following dates:

1) Exhibits and Public Events
Date: Tue 5 May
Time: 10:00-12:0 CET
 
 
2) Masterclassses-to-New-Countries Working Group
Date: Tue 5 May
Time: 15:00-16:30 CET
 
 
3) Outreach of Applications for Society
Date: Wed 6 May
Time: 15:00-16:30 CET
 
 
Note there will be no WG on PP for lay audience.
 

Steering Groups

The MC and GC Steering Groups will be held at a different locations. Please discuss direct with the conveners for details if you would like to participate. 

Registration
Registration Form
Participants
  • Akram Khan
  • Alberto Ruiz Jimeno
  • Alexander Sharmzanashvili
  • Andrej Gorisek
  • Azra Gazibegović - Busuladžić
  • Barbora Bruant Gulejova
  • Beatrice Bressan
  • Bolek Pietrzyk
  • Chris Bormann
  • Christine Kourkoumelis
  • Christine Morrow
  • Claire Adam Bourdarios
  • Claudia Marcelloni
  • Despina Hatzifotiadou
  • Dezso Horvath
  • Dirk Ryckbosch
  • Djurdjina Bulatovic
  • Dzenana Husremovic
  • Ehud Duchovni
  • Federico Leo Redi
  • Gabriele-Elisabeth Koerner
  • Hafeez Hoorani
  • Hans Peter Beck
  • Ivan Melo
  • James Gillies
  • Jiri Rames
  • Jon-Ivar Skullerud
  • Jonas Strandberg
  • Julia Woithe
  • Katarina Anthony
  • Katharina Mueller
  • Katrin Link
  • Kenneth William Cecire
  • Krzysztof Wieslaw Wozniak
  • Lapka Marzena
  • Luis Afonso
  • Marcelo Gameiro Munhoz
  • Michael Hoch
  • Michael Kobel
  • mick storr
  • Natascha Krammer
  • Nick Tracas
  • Nicolas Arnaud
  • Pasquale Di Nezza
  • Pedro Abreu
  • Ralf Averbeck
  • Rebecca Thompson
  • Ricardo Gonçalo
  • Rok Pestotnik
  • Ruben Alfaro
  • Sami Lehti
  • Sascha Mehlhase
  • Shantha Liyanage
  • Soleiman Rasouli
  • Spencer Pasero
  • Steven Clark
  • Steven Goldfarb
  • Tanja Nymark
  • Tapan Nayak
  • Thomas Naumann
  • Uta Bilow
  • Vojtech Pleskot
  • Yiota Foka
  • Zdenek Dolezal
IPPOG community manager
    • IPPOG Session 02: Panel
      • 8
        Panel Discussion: IPPOG, Masterclasses and Formal Education

        This is a proposed discussion will examine the potential for IPPOG to support formal education, through the through the re-packaging and extension of Masterclasses with additional pedagogical methods and evaluation tools. The recent inclusion of a particle physics Masterclass as a required component of the secondary curriculum of physics students in New South Wales, Australia, provides an exciting example that could be generalised worldwide. Such an endeavour would provide IPPOG with an opportunity to expand its global reach significantly. The panel will examine current programs in IPPOG member states that address formal education, then brainstorm methods to support and develop a coherent worldwide effort.

        Panelists:
        - Chris Bormann, high school teacher from NSW
        - Shantha Liyanage, research coordinator at NSW Department of Education
        - Christine Kourkoumelis, particle physicists from U of Athens
        - Philipp Lindenau, didactics researcher from TU Dresden
        - Shane Wood, QuarkNet Staff and District Science Supervisor from MN

        Speakers: Christine Kourkoumelis (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (GR)) , Kenneth William Cecire (University of Notre Dame (US)) , Uta Bilow (Technische Universitaet Dresden (DE))
    • 3:00 PM
      Coffee Break
    • IPPOG Session 03: Collaboration Matters