PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 314 - The European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics (EPS-HEP2017) - Outreach, Education and Diversity (Poster Session). Scientific Secretary: Luciano Canton.
Extreme Energy Events Project: construction of the detectors
F. Carnesecchi,* M. Abbrescia, C. Avanzini, L. Baldini, R. Baldini Ferroli, G. Batignani, M. Battaglieri, S. Boi, E. Bossini, A. Chiavassa, C. Cicalo, L. Cifarelli, F. Coccetti, E. Coccia, A. Corvaglia, D. De Gruttola, S. De Pasquale, F.L. Fabbri, V. Frolov, P. Galeotti, M. Garbini, G. Gemme, I. Gnesi, S. Grazzi, C. Gustavino, D. Hatzifotiadou, P. La Rocca, G. Mandaglio, O. Maragoto Rodriguez, G. Maron, M.N. Mazziottai, S. Miozzi, R. Nania, F. Noferini, F. Nozzoli, F. Palmonari, M. Panareo, M.P. Panetta, R. Paoletti, W. Park, L. Perasso, F. Pilo, G. Piragino, S. Pisano, F. Riggi, G.C. Righini, C. Ripoli, M. Rizzi, G. Sartorelli, E. Scapparone, M. Schioppa, A. Scribano, M. Selvi, S. Serci, S. Squarcia, M. Taiuti, G. Terreni, A. Trifirò, M. Trimarchi, M.C. Vistoli, L. Votano, M.C.S. Williams, L. Zheng, A. Zichichi, R. Zuyeuski
*corresponding author
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Pre-published on: January 13, 2018
Published on: March 20, 2018
The Extreme Energy Events (EEE) experiment is a strategic project of Centro Fermi dedicated to the study of extreme energy cosmic rays with an innovative outreach approach: high school students are directly involved in the experiment and play a primary role. EEE exploits a network of muon tracking telescopes constituted by three large area MRPCs. In this work we describe the detector design and the construction phase which is performed at CERN by high school students and teachers. The experiment is coordinated by Centro Fermi with collaboration from INFN, CERN, Ministero dell'Università e della Ricerca (MIUR).
Nowadays $52$ telescope are installed all over Italy ($3~10^5~km^2$) and a total of 100 institutes participate monitoring the quality of the data and analysing them. The EEE Project is still expanding to enlarge the network, involving more schools.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.314.0820
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