What to expect:
Meet and hear detailed talks by young scientists working on the frontiers of international physics research.
Tour international research facilities at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Learn physics principles through hands-on activities guided by Bay Area master physics teachers.
Build relationships with talented high school student colleagues from around the SF Bay Area.
Receive recognition for your accomplishments that can be used in college applications.
Become immersed in the world of science and technology few high school students experience.
Hands on classroom workshops.
As a students have stated on their final evaluations:
“It was interesting to find out that there are many big mysteries that cosmologists and physicists are trying to figure out today.” “ I've heard the words dark energy, neutrino, CMB thrown around before, but now I have a basic idea about what they are. “ “I loved learning from experts and being able to ask the difficult questions that my high school teachers wouldn’t know.” “I learned so much about cosmology in general. The tours were awesome. It was great to be able to ask questions whenever you want. I had so much fun overall.”
George Smoot presentation on CMB Cosmology.