Masterclass INvolving Event Recognition Visualised with Atlantis.

This web site is managed by the accounts:
mark, mwielers, txm, jpthomas and watkins.
We also have a mailing list: atlas-outreach-minerva-help _at_ cern.ch
Feel free to email us with any questions about the information on the website, technical difficultes or to give us feedback from using the software.
MINERVA is a masterclass tool for students to learn more about the ATLAS experiment at CERN. It is based on a simplified setup of the ATLAS event display, Atlantis, which allows users to visualise what is happening in the detector. The aim is to look at ATLAS events and try to recognise what particles are seen in the detector. There are tutorial events, then a selection of events to categorise and final a search for the Higgs! The project is a joint venture between the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) and the University of Birmingham.

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