IPPOG Resource Database

From wonders to excitement

A collection of high quality engaging materials e.g. videos, posters, talks, hands-on activities and more to help you share the wonders and excitement of particle physics with teachers, students and the general public. At the bottom of this page you’ll find also the collection of webpages of IPPOG members containing resources in their national languages.

Please, note, that the DATABASE is UNDER DEVELOPMENT and the resources are not yet uploaded to this website. Only few resources are available here for the illustration of the functionality.

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Videos

25 August, 2022

ATLAS Inner Detector (Pixel Detector and Silicon Tracker)

This colorful 3D animation is an excerpt from the film "ATLAS-Episode II, The Particles...

03 March, 2023

ATLAS Event - How ATLAS Detects Particles

This is a segment of the movie 'Episode II, The Particles Strike Back', illustrating how

20 February, 2023

ATLAS Magnetic Field

How a magnetic field is generated, the Lorentz force, etc. A web application shows how...

17 February, 2023

The ATLAS Experiment Movie

This award winning film gives a glimpse behind the scenes of building the ATLAS detector...

17 February, 2023

LHCb Interview - Interview with LHCb Physicist Tara Shears

CERN's Paola Catapano interviews LHCb physicist Tara Shears on 30 March 2010 when the LHC...

13 February, 2023

GREAT CHALLENGES OF KNOWLEDGE / II CIEMAT Science Week Conference

Within the II Jornadas Científicas organised by CIEMAT (Madrid, Spain) on the occasion of...

10 March, 2023

ATLAS - From Dream to Reality

Showcasing pictures and video from the building of the ATLAS Experiment to the first...

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