Particle Physics Masterclasses are one day events hosted by Particle Physics groups at Universities and Laboratories across the country. They are aimed at students taking particle physics modules at AS or A level, but are open to any student interested in studying particle physics. Some Universities also run days specifically for GCSE students.
The different masterclasses include a selection of the following activities, run by particle physicists: lectures, hands-on workshops, computer sessions, laboratory tours, live video chats with CERN and international masterclasses.
Every masterclass is slightly different, but all provide excellent support for particle physics in the curriculum and deliver a fascinating insight into this exciting field of physics!
Dates for the 2017 calendar year will appear here as they are set.
Many of the Particle Physics Masterclasses are oversubscribed. Teachers who would like their students to participate should contact the appropriate person as soon as possible.
|Birmingham University||Mon 27 March 2017|
|Bristol University||Thu 6 - Fri 7 April 2017|
|Cambridge University||Tue 28 - Wed 29 March 2017|
|Daresbury Laboratory||Tue 28 February - Thu 2 March 2017|
|Glasgow University||TBC* (June 2017)|
|Imperial College London||Friday 31 March 2017 - Fully booked|
|Lancaster University||TBC* (September 2017)|
|Manchester University||Fri 10 March 2017|
|Nottingham University||TBC* (October 2017)|
|Oxford University||Tue 14 March 2017|
|Plymouth University||Wed 5 April 2017|
|Queen Mary University of London||Wed 1 & Wed 8 March 2017|
|Rutherford Appleton Laboratory||Tue 28 February - Fri 3 March 2017|
|Royal Holloway University of London||Wed 19 - Thu 20 April 2017|
|Southampton University||Tue 28 March 2017|
|Sussex University||Wed 29 March 2017|
|Swansea University||Mon 27 March & Tue 4 July 2017|
|University College London||Thu 30 March 2017|
|Warwick University||Thu 23 & Fri 24 March 2017|
TBC* - the institution has confirmed that they intend to host masterclasses in 2017 but the dates are still to be set.