SMART 2009

 

Science, Mathematics And Research Training 2009
Woodlawn High School Science Education Outreach

Our program in 2008
 

For Educators
  SMART Proposal
  Outreach program

For Students
Outreach supporting videos:
  Our Secretary of Energy
  Biomass production
  Solar energy
  Wind power
  Geothermal
  Tides
  Hydroelectric

Science
  Calculate local magneitc field
  Calculate local gravity (in US)

Mathematics
  GIMPS
  Ulam Spiral
  Factorization

Sponsors
  National Sciene Foundation
  University of Chicago
  Woodlawn High school
  Urban School Improvement
  Chicago MRSEC
  Chin's Research Group

Archive
  Photos of 2008 Outreach

Contact us

 

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2009 Summer S.M.A.R.T. Outreach program

  7/9: Energy and energy efficiencies (KPTC 213 and 208)
       Organizers: V. Bistrow and M. Chantell
       Assistants: A. Frost, K.-A. Soderberg and A. Sharma

  7/10: JFI laboratory tour (KPTC 213 and 116)
       Organizer: Prof. Heinrich Jaeger
  7/11: Adler Planetarium Museum and Yerkes Observatory
 
      Organizers: A. Frost and A. Moore
       Assistant: R. Ng

  7/13: Solar-power device construction (KPTC 213 and 116)
       Organizers: E. Sheu, K.-A. Soderberg and Z. Krusberg
       Assistants: A. Sharma and S. Degenkolb

  7/14: Homemade car competition (KPTC 213, 116 and 206 BBQ)
       Organizers: Z. Krusberg and N. Gemelke
       Assistants: C.-L. Hung, K. Lamb and P. Scherpelz

  7/15: Argonne National Laboratory tour
       Organizers: P. Canaday, P. Scherpelz and S. Degenkolb
       Bus: Sadie's Transportation
 


  Last Updated: Monday, July 06, 2009

Suggestions? Please email Cheng Chin <cchin@uchicago.edu> or Eileen Sheu <e-sheu@uchicago.edu>