PAN 2009

PAN 2009 has finished. To learn more about what went on during the two-week program, browse the pictures, lectures, and student presentations below. Or, return to the main PAN page.

 


 

Lecture Slideshows/Notes

Baumann: MoNA Detector Physics

Pope: Large Hadron Collider (LHC)

Donahue: Accelerating Universe 

DeWitt: Appying PAN in the Classroom 

Pratt: Symmetries

Brown: Type Ia Supernovae

Constan: NSCL tour intro

Schatz: Nuclear Astrophysics (handouts)

Thoennessen: MoNA Research

Spyrou: MoNA Research 

Sherrill/Zegers: PAN/JINA intro

 


 

Teacher Group posters 

Student Group posters 

 


 

Pictures

  

 


 

Acknowledgements

Many thanks to PAN Faculty and Staff for making this year's program possible!

Program coordinators: Remco Zegers, Hendrik Schatz, David McCreight, Mary Dewitt, and Zach Constan

Lecturers: Thomas Baumann, Bernard Pope, Ed Brown, Remco Zegers, Hendrik Schatz, Brad Sherrill, Scott Pratt, Megan Donahue, Mary DeWitt, Artemis Spyrou, and Michael Thoennessen

MoNA Technical assistance: Artemis Spyrou

Graduate assistants: Adam Fritsch, Shawna Uher, Jenna Smith, and Jack Winkelbauer

Tour guides: Alisher Sanetullaev, Mandie Gehring, Phil Voss, and Brent Barker

Congratulations to all the teachers and students who participated in PAN this summer!