Tuesday, May 02 2017 to Saturday, May 06 2017
This year's spring IceCube Collaboration Meeting will be held in Madison, WI. Please check back later for more information.
Wednesday, May 03 2017
IceCube winterovers Public Event at Madison Children's Museum Wednesday May 3rd from 6:30pm-7:30pm at the Madison Children's Museum right off the square
The IceCube winterovers will be doing a public speaking event at the Madison Children's Museum. It's a free event, but limited space and will be held from 6:30-7:30pm.
For more info: Winterovers at MCM
Monday, May 08 2017 to Wednesday, May 10 2017
The IceCube Particle Astrophysics Symposium, organized by the Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center (WIPAC), will take place in Madison, Wisconsin, from Monday, May 8 through Wednesday, May 10, 2017.
Visit the meeting website
Sunday, June 04 2017
Join IceCube for the World Science Festival's "street science" on Sunday, June 4th from 10 am until 6 pm in Washington Square Park, New York City. This event is free and open to the public.
Stop by and see how the biggest and strangest telescope in the world explores the universe. We'll have an LED model of IceCube, cold weather gear from the South Pole, and more hands-on exploration.
Friday, April 28 2017
WIPAC will be at Van Hise Elementary's Science Night on Friday April 28th from 6:00-8:00pm. Van Hise's Science Night is an interactive, kid-focused event, including:
Student-based projects (created outside of the classroom) where students can explore and share what they think is fun and exciting about science. (Not a competition!)
Adult-scientist led stations that include fun, hands-on exhibits and/or educational materials or a poster session about a field or area of interest.
IceCube will have several interactive activities at the science night to teach childre and adults about the strangest and biggest telescope in the world!
For more info about the Science Night go to: Van Hise Science Night
Saturday, April 01 2017
WIPAC is participating in the 2017 Science Expeditions, a family friendly, campus-wide open house running March 31-April 2nd
Experience the world of the neutrino, often called the weirdest particle in nature. Learn about the unique properties of the so called ghost particle that can pass through the Earth undeflected, and exist in three identities at the same time. Learn about how despite being born with a single identity, they can mutate into another neutrino identity when they are detected by experiments such as IceCube, the cubic-kilometer neutrino detector at the South Pole. From 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturday, April 1, in the Discovery Building, 330 N. Orchard St.
Screenings of Chasing the Ghost Particle will also be shown in the Sterling Hall planetarium. The show lasts 30 minutes and is followed by an interactive planetarium show. No advanced tickets needed but space is limited to the first 25 people for each show. From 11:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday, April 1, in the Sterling Hall planetarium, 475 N. Charter St.
Come join the fun! For more information about the campus-wide open house, visit the Science Expeditions website.
Tuesday, March 28 2017 to Saturday, April 15 2017
Join the WIPAC team at UW–Madison and engage in physics, programming, math and science communication. We are looking for a few creative and skilled high school students to work with us during the summer of 2017. Apply by April 15, 2017.
Learn what different cosmic messengers can tell us about the universe. We work with data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, the DECO app and other telescopes on Earth and on satellites.
Work in a team and improve your communications skills.
Our ideal students are entering 11 or 12 grade in the fall. They are interested in subjects such as physics, astronomy, computer science or statistics.
TO APPLY, send an email describing your experiences and interest in the position to silvia.bravo at icecube.wisc.edu. This is a paid internship with a minimum commitment of 4 weeks, although 6 weeks is preferred.