Presented by
New York University, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and MoMath

“The roles of clouds and aerosols in climate, weather, and renewable energy”

Thursday, May 16
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm ET

In early 2024, a workshop series hosted by New York University, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and the National Museum of Mathematics introduced teachers to statistics topics in atmospheric research.  This NSF-supported workshop series grows out of the work of members of the NYU Physics Department and Brookhaven National Lab’s ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider.  Various statistical techniques needed to deal with large data sets, like those applied to the ATLAS experiment, can be used to inform weather and climate studies and the impact on renewable energy generation.

Educators in subject areas such as high school statistics, mathematics, earth and environmental studies, chemistry, physics, and research were invited to participate in the program.  In this culminating session, participants will present to the world the activities they’ve designed during the workshop series.

This session is free for all attendees.