ATLAS Outreach Notes and Publications

Outreach parallel sessions, trainings and talks are more and more important in High Energy Physics conferences. The ATLAS outreach group has thus setup a "Speakers and Publication Committee" (PubCom) which helps authors and overviews abstracts, talks and publications.  

All the material listed below is publicly available. In consists of conference proceedings (PROC), public notes (PUB), or posters and talks (SLIDES). Topics cover the group core activities, but also projects and studies performed within the collaboration - for example on diversity -  and partnerships with institutes, artists and experts from other disciplines.  

For access to ATLAS internal notes and guidelines, sign in with your CERN credentials and use the menus. For more information please contact atlas-outreach-coord@cern.ch

 

Communication:

  • Communicating ATLAS: How the ATLAS experiment tailors its public communication - LHCP 2017 slides
  • Social Media strategy for the ATLAS experiment: ICHEP16 poster and ATL-OREACH-PROC-2016-008
  • LHC Experiments Communication and Engagement with New Audiences: LHCP16 4 experiments' paper 
  • ATLAS Public Web Pages: Online Management of HEP External Communication Content - ATL-OREACH-PROC-2015-005
  • Innovating science communication: the structure supporting ATLAS Education & Outreach - ATL-OREACH-PROC-2015-003

 

Education

 

CERN based Outreach Activities

  • US-CERN Virtual Visits: Building Transcontinental Connections for High Energy Physics - DPF 2017 slides
  • ATLAS and CMS Virtual Visits: Bringing Cutting Edge Science into the Classroom and Beyond - ATL-OREACH-PROC-2016-003

 

ATLAS-wide Outreach Activities

Resources for Institutes Activities

ATLAS Collaboration Diversity & Voices

From STEM to STEAM

  • Education and Communication with Art @ ATLAS and CMS: LHCP16 combined slides and paper
  • ATLAS data sonification, a New Interface for Musical Expression - ICHEP16 poster and ATL-OREACH-PROC-2016-005
  • Projecting pARTicles, a STEAM project -  ICHEP16 poster

Going virtual

Citizen science

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