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  • Summer Institute*
    • Lectures*
      • Purpose of PARTICLE (pdf) – Kevin McFarland
      • Cosmic Rays (pdf) – Kevin McFarland
      • Standard Model (pdf) – Jesse Chvojka (2003)
      • Standard Model (pdf) – Julie Langenbrunner (2004)
      • Standard Model (pdf) – Aimee Slaughter (2005)
      • Neutrinos – (pdf) Kevin McFarland
      • Accelerators and Detectors (pdf) – Tom Ferbel
      • Relativity (pdf) – Steve Manly
      • Debbie Harris, PARTICLE Day 2005, Neutrinos (pdf)
      • Julie Langenbrunner - Standard Model (pdf) & Neutrinos (pdf)
      • Jesse Chvojka - Standard Model (pdf) , Cloud Chamber (pdf), Fermilab (pdf), Muon Telescopes (pdf)
      • Adam Harrington - Standard Model (pdf), Accelerators (pdf)
      • Kevin McFarland, PARTICLE Program Director, Neutrinos (pdf)
      • links back to Summer Institute*
      • Classroom Outreach* (contents outlined below)
    • Presentations*
      • Poster Templates (elogs)
      • 2006 PARTICLE Day Presentations & Posters (on page)
      • 2005 PARTICLE Day Presentations & Posters (on page)
      • 2004 PARTICLE Day Presentations & Posters (on page)
        • Muon Rate Angular Dependence (html)(pdf)
        • Coincidence Runs (html)(pdf) Daryl Burke II and Mark Zschoche
        • The Effect of Paddle Area on Muon Coincidence (html)(pdf)
        • Correlation between Time of Day and Muon Rate (html)(pdf)
        • Speed of Muons (html)(pdf) Naples High School - Chris Eleiott, Marcy McNamara, Joe Miller, Ray Peiffer, and Matt Santangelo
        • The Haunting of the Halloween Forbush Decrease of 2003 (Muon Rate Dependence on Solar Flare) (html)(pdf) Pittsford Mendon High School
        • Muon Rate vs. Time of Day (Adelaide vs. Mendon) (html)(pdf) Pittsford Mendon High School
        • Shielding Muons (html)
        • Muon Contour (html)(pdf)
        • Mendon Muon Research 2003-2004 (pdf) Pittsford Mendon High School
        • Cosmic Rays in Flight (pdf) Byron Bergen High School
      • 2003 PARTICLE Day Presentations & Posters (on page)
        • Atmospheric Pressure and Muon Rate (html)(pdf) Pittsford Mendon High School - 9th period Honors Physics class
        • Muon Rate vs. Time of Day (html)(pdf) Pittsford Mendon High School - 7th period Honors Physics class
        • Paddle Separation (html)(pdf) Franklin High School
        • Muon Triangle Experiment (html)(pdf)
        • Count Rate vs. Lead Thickness (html)(pdf)
        • Showering Franklin High School (html) Vassana Praseutsinh, Maggie Cruz, and Rafiquikka Collins
        • Map of the Sky (html) Inna Nepliy, Amanda Kimbrew, Grissel Rivera, and Alina Beley
      • 2002 PARTICLE DAY Presentations & Posters (on page)
        • Pittsford-Sutherland Lifetime of the Muon (pdf)
        • Muon Rate and Direction/Shielding and Location (html)(pdf)
        • Muon Lifetime (html)(pdf)
      • 2001 PARTICLE DAY Presentations & Posters (on page)
        • Angular Dependence (html) Naples High School
        • Altitude Dependence (html) Naples High School
        • Relative Absorption of Lead and Water (html) Greece High School
        • Swimming Pool Absorption (html) Greece High School
        • Analysis of Experimental Set Up in Muon Signal Processing (html)(pdf)
        • Effect of Lead and Concrete on Muon Rate (html)(pdf) Greece Acadia High School - Lisa Turnia
      • 2005 Summer Institute Presentations & Posters (on page)
        • Development of an Aqueous Scintillator to Detect Gamma Rays from Radioactive Cesium-137 and Cobalt-60, (Poster)
        • Muon Ray Wave Fronts and Showers, (Poster)
        • Muons in Atmospheric Air Showers (Presentation)
        • An Investigation into the MOLAR Detector with respect to Efficiency and the Effects of Pressure and Solar Influences on Muon Rate, (Poster)
        • Characteristics of Muons in Atmospheric Showers, (Presentation)
        • NuTev Scintillator Restoration Overview 2005, (Poster)
        • Photomultiplier Tube Gain Testing, (Poster)
      • 2004 Summer Institute Presentations & Posters (on page)
        • Instrumental Set-up for Liquid Scintillation Counting – The BETTY DAQ (Poster)
        • Developing an Acqueous Scintillator for Neutrino Detection (Poster)
        • Photomultiplier Tube Gain Testing (Poster)
        • Frame Building and Mounting Photomultiplier Tubes (Poster)
        • NuTeV Scintillator Restoration Overview (Poster)
        • Effect of Atmospheric Conditions, Space Weather, and Time of Day in Cosmic Muon Rates (Poster)
      • 2005 Summer Institute Teacher Presentations
        • Mechanics with Muons: Tinkering with Paddles and Pedagogy, Greg Baker (Presentation)
        • Speed of Muons, Mike Carges and Carol Hoffman (Presentation)
      • Research Experience for High School Students* (outlined below)
      • PARTICLE Day* (outlined below)
      • links back to Summer Institute*
    • Research Experience for High School Students*
      • Application form for Participation in Summer Research (pdf)
      • NuTev (offsite)
      • links to all documents under "2005 Summer Institute Student Presentations and Posters" in Presentations*
      • An Investigation of Muons in Atmospheric Air Showers - two page summary (doc)
      • Student Logs (on page)
        • Silicon Cookie (pdf)
        • Glue Testing (pdf)
        • PMT Testing (pdf)
        • Pressure Correlation (pdf)
      • links back to Summer Institute*
  • PARTICLE Day*
  • Classroom Outreach*
  • Rachael Anderman's Master's Thesis (pdf)
  • Prospective Teachers*
    • Presentation (pdf)
    • Teacher's Application (pdf)
    • Brochure (pdf)
    • Print-out Poster (pdf)
  • Prospective Students a.k.a Research Experience for High School Students*
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