Group activities below based on our interesting researches, which related to space weather, propagation of cosmic particles and determination of solar spectra with the detectors at the South Pole. These activities have been done by our group annually. 

Professors James Madsen and Surujhdeo Seunarine have an extensive Antarctic research experience with the IceCube Neutrino Observatory and neutron monitor

During summer.

 

For undergraduate students in Thailand, there were guest experts from both inside and outside Thailand. The annual trips enhance astronomy and astrophysics knowledge, give students a chance to listen and talk in English with foreign experts. Most importantly, the trips inspire and build confidence, producing more successful students

UWRF Summer School

Star-gazing Trip

Activities

Conference and Workshop

We are trying to locate funding for the two undergraduate students a year who worked on the South Pole (SP) neutron monitor projects to attend and present (orally) their work at Physics Conference in Thailand.

Dr. Nuntiyakul gave annually a presentation to a few ten high school students in the UWRF Upward Bound program on her neutron monitor research.  This is a highly diverse group of 9th to 11th grade students, many of whom are English language learners.  It was especially nice that some of the students in the program were originally from Thailand. 

 

UWRF Upward Bound Program

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Research Discussions

We successively invited collaborators to discuss ongoing collaboration and invited world-class astrophysicists to give seminars to students in order to encourage diversity and ingenuity.

Flowchart: Alternate Process: Summer 2016
Flowchart: Alternate Process: Summer 2017
Flowchart: Alternate Process: Summer 2018