Spring 2019 Meeting of the Illinois Section of the AAPT
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April 5-6, 2019
College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL

We are pleased to invite you to attend the Spring 2019 meeting of the ISAAPT. Come to learn more about physics, discover new tools and techniques for teaching physics, share your experiences via contributed presentations and Take Fives, and meet old and new friends.

Photos - Ultrasonic levitator video (Take 5, Rodger Baldwin)
Call for Presentations - List of Presentations
Register for the Meeting - If you would like to pay beforehand by credit card or PayPal, check the fees page for the amount and click here.

DataFees - Attendees - Take Fives - Workshops - Dues - Attendance - Banquet - Lunch 


 Invited Speakers

“SONGS FROM THE STELLAR GRAVEYARD: Probing the Cosmos in Gravitational Waves
Dr. Shane Larson, Associate Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Exploration and Research in Astrophysics (CIERA) at Northwestern University
Workshops

W1. Quarknet Workshop (Saturday 1pm-5pm)


W2. IOLab – a multi-sensor device for K1-College (Saturday 1pm-5pm)

Morten Lundsgaard, Physics Department, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

The IOLab is a wireless data acquisition system of similar size and weight as a graphing calculator, and thus highly portable.  It contains more than twenty sensors or inputs, including a 3D accelerometer, a 3D magnetometer, a 3D gyroscope, wheels which record position, velocity, and acceleration, a force probe, and both analog and digital inputs. Data can be analyzed in the IOLab software itself, or can be exported to a comma separated value file for later analysis.

In the workshop, the participants will first complete some the open-ended labs that we are currently introducing in the introductory physics courses at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Next, participants can explore the many features of the IOLab at various stations including a two-wire ECG-measurement! Participants will get access to an online course that contains prelab and lab ideas for both high school and college and be introduced to how students can share their measurements with each other and with their teacher.

To make the IOLab experience more authentic, participants should bring their own computer, pc or mac, to the workshop.

For more information on the IOLab, see iolab.science.



Host - Tom Carter, College of DuPage, cartert@cod.edu
This webpage - Andrew Morrisonamorriso@jjc.edu