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  • Outreach Aktivitten Teilchenphysik Michael Kobel, Uni Bonn, EPOG HEP Jahrestreffen, Bad Honnef, 21.11.2003Outreach Organisation in DOutreach Verantwortliche / VerteilerlisteWeb Page StatusKET reportFinanzenPhysics on Stage Science on Stage e.V. DeutschlandEuropean Linear Collider SG: Outreach SubcommitteeEPOG Masterclasses im Welt Jahr der Physik WYP 200550 Jahre CERN, Oktober 2004

  • 0) Generelle KommentareAuch nach wieder steigenden Anfngerzahlen an den Unis:Outreach bleibt wichtig frSchler/innen (direkter Kontakt mit Wissenschaftlern)Lehrkrften (Multiplikatoren, Nachhaltigkeit)ffentlichkeit (Scientific Literacy, Meinungsbildung, XFEL, TESLA) Veranstaltungen / Materialien etablieren sichAustausch wichtig:Materialien ( http://www.teilchenphysik.info )Erfahrungen ( Evaluation! )Erfolgreiche Konzepte breiten s. aus:Physik am Samstag MorgenPraktikum Physik Begreifen DESY HH DESY ZeuthenSchnuppertage Masterclasses etc...Zeuthen, 25.2.2003

  • 1) Outreach Organisation DInformationen und Mailing Liste Bisher: Mails an meine private Outreach Mailing Liste (maintenance!?)Outreach Institutsverantwortliche (NEU!) - verantwortlich fr Ankndigungen in teilchenphysik.org (user und pass), - verantwortlich fr Rckmeldungen pro Institut (e.g. CERN50) => mailing Liste fr Outreach Representation der InstituteTh.Hebbeker (RWTH Aachen), C. Stegmann (HUB Berlin), E. Laermann (Uni Bielefeld), H.Koch (RU Bochum), M.Kobel (Uni Bonn), P.Folkerts (DESY Hamburg), U.Behrens (DESY Zeuthen), I. Peter (GSI), C. Goessling (Uni Dortmund), J.Brose (TU Dresden), W.Schneider (Uni Erlangen), K.Knigsmann (Uni Freiburg), R.-D. Heuer (Uni Hamburg), N. Dragon (Uni Hannover), M. Schmelling (Heidelberg MPI), K. Meier (Uni Heidelberg), H.-C. Schultz-Coulon (Uni Heidelberg), W.Rhl (Uni Klautern), P. Plischke (FZKarlsruhe), G. Quast (Uni Karlsruhe), B.Schrempp (Uni Kiel), K. Sibold (Uni Leipzig), Th.Trefzger (Uni Mainz), R. Mnner (Uni Mannheim), M.Altmann (MPI Mnchen), R.Nisius (MPI Mnchen), Th. Nunnemann (LMU Mnchen), M. Lindner (TU Mnchen), D. Frekers (Uni Mnster), R.Waldi (Uni Rostock), W.Walkowiak (Uni Siegen), D.Wicke (Berg. Univ. Wuppertal), R.Rckl (Uni Wuerzburg) => Mails bitte ggflls institutsintern weiterleiten!Liste DPG Kontaktpersonen - Weitergabe allgemeiner Outreach Informationen an HEP Community - Schneeball Information an Lehrkrfte Einverstanden? Bitte Nachricht, falls zusatzliche Eintrge in Institutsliste erwnscht!

  • Outreach Web Pages http://www.teilchenphysik.info or .org and new: .deNews and events to be announced remotely by each institutearchive for each year availablewell accepted by organizers Forum for teachersdiscuss particle physics in high schoolfeedback on available school materialnot used

    Publicize Site wore widely Feb.03150 750 visits/month4Mb 50 Mb transfer /month

  • KET Report on Future of HEP in GermanyVery useful for outreach!Complete Review of current state and future Suggested and funded by research ministryWritten by physicists +1 science writer: 120pg. NOW: available printed and on CD in English http://www.dpg-physik.de/fachgremien/t/ket/ketStudie/ket-study.htmlFor: scientists (non-physicists) colleagues physics students scientific educated public funding agencies and advisory panels Graphics by DESY (HH/Zeuthen) + graphics bureau very nice graphics for outreach! http://www.dpg-physik.de/fachgremien/t/ket/ketStudie/bilder.htmlPublically presented in a symposium on 22.11.02 in Bonn talks (in German) available on the web http://www.dpg-physik.de/fachgremien/t/ket/veranstaltungen/hep_symposium.html

  • Outreach funding in GermanyApril 2003: first official outreach application to BMBF23 k / year corresponding to 0.2% of total HEP support (equiv. to 1 Ph.D. student position)seems to have been in largest parts successful (final word pending)Projects:maintenance of www.teilchenphysik.orgparticle physics experiments for schools: Kamiokannemeasurement of cosmic muons:angular distributionlife time of muonsmaterial CD for schoolsmasterclass competition WYP 2005 (travel) support for physics teachers at CERN to be mentioned in reply to EPOG outreach financing survey / memo

    Th. Trefzger (Uni Mainz)

  • Outreach financing survey memo Funding bodies (Nov 03)To be successful, scientific outreach activities have to be done in a professional way. Leading scientists with their specialist knowledge can form a powerful team with educators and those familiar with modern techniques in disseminating information to a large public. However, as we are competing with TV and other leisure pursuits, outreach activities require proper funding to be able to produce an attractive and engaging image of the natural sciences. We urge the science research councils and other funding bodies to recognize scientific outreach as an important and natural part of the research process and to make financing available to scientists to allow them to engage in professional outreach activities. We recognise that in some countries the importance of scientific outreach activities has already been recognised and is regarded as a natural part of the research activity. A particularly good example is the awareness in the US of the importance of outreach activities, which has resulted in an organised funding of these activities. However, in many other countries this is still not the case and we believe that organised and proper funding of outreach activities are crucial for an increased interest in and awareness of science and technology. We would very much appreciate learning about your current and proposed future support for scientific outreach activities; please reply to Erik Johansson. Yours sincerely Brian Foster Erik Johansson Jose Bernabeu ECFA chair EPOG chair HEPP-EPS chair

  • 2) Physics on Stage 3 Science on Stage 4Europaweites Programm fr Physiklehrkrfte und -didaktiker Initiiert 2000 von CERN, ESA, und ESONEU: EMBL, ESRF, EFDA, ILL ( EIROforum)Teilnahme von 22 Europischen Staaten Gemeinsame Ziele:Aufmerksamkeit auf niedrige scientific literacy lenkenEuropaweiter Austausch von Ideen insb. fr den Schulunterricht Workshops: Empfehlungen erarbeiten und national diskutierenber europaweites Netzwerk Materialien sammeln und verteilen PoS3 Festival 8.-15. November 2003: ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk: 2 (von 6) onstage performances aus D 22 deutsche Projekte in der Ausstellung Preis fr most exciting project: Ralf Giee, Geschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium, Daun: Supraleitende Magnetschwebebahn mit einfachen Mitteln Ab 2004: Science on Stage 4,5,6 ausgerichtet von European Science Teachers Initiative (ESTI) in FP6 (EIROforum beantragt grte EU Einzel-Bildungsinitiative) Science on Stage 4 Festival 2005, ESRF, Grenoble oder CERN, Genf

  • Science on Stage Deutschland e.V. (SonS)Alte Deutsche Tradition: ClubbingApril 2003 Grndung von Science on Stage Deutschland e.V.Mehr ffentliche Sichtbarkeit, Einfachere SponsorensucheErster ffentlicher Auftritt bei den Science Days im Europa-Park Rust vom 16.-18. October 2003Mehrere 10,000 Besucher (Schulklassen, Familien, etc.) Teil der deutschen Beitrge zu POS 3 ausgestelltNEU Seit 1.10.2003 Geschftstelle mit Geschftssfhrerin: Stefanie Zweifel (finanziert durch Gesamtmetall: Think Ing.)Poststrae 4/5, 10178 Berlin Tel.: 030/400067.40 Fax.: 030/400067.35 info@science-on-stage.de

  • 3) European Linear Collider Steering GroupOutreach SubcommiteeELCSG Membership: Brian Foster (Chair), Luciano Maiani, Albrecht Wagner, David Miller, Sergio Bertolucci, Francois RichardHas formed sub-committees in areas of: Physics and Detector ( ECFA Study)AcceleratorOrganisational Structures, e.g. Global Accelerator Network (G. Kalmus et al)Outreach: June 2003Considerable and substantive discussions between ELCSG, USLCSG, and ALCSG

  • ELCSG outreach sub-committeeOne person per CERN member state (i.e. 20 members), nominated by RECFA, to adopt a country-by country strategy (currently 16 nominated, Austria, Portugal, Slovac, Bulgaria missing)ELCSG: Ask the group to tackle three issues:Immediate strategy aimed at politiciansStrategy aimed at other scientists, more relaxed timescaleStrategy aimed at the general public order does not reflect the importance, but the urgency.strategy should include the whole spectrum of media available.deadline for the achievement of the political strategy by end of 2003.Coordinators (appointed by ELCSG) Phil Burrows (London), Giorgio Chiarelli (Pisa), Francois le Diberder (Paris), Michael Kobel (Bonn) responsability for implementation of the strategy on the country level with the help of the ELCSG

  • Actions so farseveral video/phone conferences of organizersFirst sub-committee meeting, Aachen, 18./19.7.03 present: 9 members, + 5 remote contributionscollect info on national activitiesestablishing a web site http://glcp.lal.in2p3.fr session proposal at ESOF 2004, Stockholm (see later)outreach day + exhibition at LCW04 Paris, April 04 (see later)posters (2 posters, to show in foyers of all institutes involved in LC, e.g. to visiting politicians..)cooperation with http://www.interactions.orgmisc (school material, WYP05 etc)Second sub-committee meeting, Montpellier, 15.11.03progress on all items abovefocus on how to reach politicians (material, events, industry)start to draft an outreach strategy document

  • Linear Collider Workshop LCWS04, ParisExhibition in Palais de la Decouverte (19 - 24 April 2004) ground floor http://www.palais-decouverte.fr/virtuel/planpalais.htm The Material will be of two types:for the public at large to explain how HEP-things workfor the Politics and Media and the public to show that1) HEP-LC is cutting-edge science and technology2) a considerable amount of work has already been done3) the project is well within the curre