PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 414 - 41st International Conference on High Energy physics (ICHEP2022) - Education and Outreach
Outreach activities of the Extreme Energy Events Project
M. Garbini*, M. Garbini, M. Abbrescia, C. Avanzini, L. Baldini, R. Baldini Ferroli, G. Batignani, M. Battaglieri, S. Boi, F. Carnesecchi, C. Cicalò, L. Cifarelli, F. Coccetti, E. Coccia, A. Corvaglia, D. De Gruttola, S. De Pasquale, L. Galante, G. Gemme, I. Gnesi, S. Grazzi, D. Hatzifotiadou, P. La Rocca, Z. Liu, G. Mandaglio, A. Margotti, G. Maron, M.N. Mazziotta, A. Mulliri, R. Nania, F. Noferini, F. Nozzoli, F. Palmonari, M. Panareo, M.P. Panetta, R. Paoletti, C. Pellegrino, L. Perasso, O. Pinazza, C. Pinto, S. Pisano, F. Riggi, G. Righini, C. Ripoli, M. Rizzi, G. Sartorelli, E. Scapparone, M. Schioppa, G. Scioli, A. Scribano, M. Selvi, M. Taiuti, G. Terreni, A. Trifirò, M. Trimarchi, C. Vistoli, L. Votano, M.C.S. Williams, A. Zichichi and R. Zuyeuskiet al. (click to show)
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The Extreme Energy Events Project (EEE) represents a breakthrough in outreach activities in Cosmic Ray Physics: high school students are protagonists of an experiment to measure Extensive Air Showers at ground. They start their experience at CERN with the construction of the three high performing Multigap Resistive Plate Chambers constituting the telescope that is then installed inside their school; then they take care of the telescope operation and data analysis. Presently 60 telescopes are installed in Italy and, since 2014, coordinated data taking have been performed during each school year providing a huge amount of candidate muon tracks. Every year hundreds of students and teachers are involved in the activities directly correlated to EEE. The COVID-19 pandemic has strongly affected the experimental activities of the EEE Project. However in the last two years the online activities were strengthened, with an intense programme of collaboration meetings, masterclasses, and hugely successful topical seminars. Starting from the fall of 2021, the improvement of epidemiological situation made it possible to start some of the EEE activities in presence.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.414.0380
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