How US PAS does hands-on experiments remotely

Fermilab engineering physicist Elvin Harms begin hands-on experiments for the fundamentals class of the U.S. Particle Accelerator School at IARC. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Harms, the teacher in charge of the experiments, works with students via Zoom. Susan Winchester (not pictured) works as the camera and experiment assistant. The students tell the two what to do and Harms does the physical components. IARC, people, school, education, particle accelerator, COVID-19 Photo: Steve Conlon

Fermilab engineering physicist Elvin Harms begins hands-on experiments for the fundamentals class of the U.S. Particle Accelerator School at IARC. Harms, the teacher in charge of the experiments, works with students via Zoom. Fermilab employee Susan Winchester (not pictured) works as the camera and experiment assistant. The students tell the two what to do and Harms does the physical components. Photo: Steve Conlon

Fermilab engineering physicist Elvin Harms performs hands-on experiments for the fundamentals class of the U.S. Particle Accelerator School at IARC. IARC, people, school, education, particle accelerator, COVID-19 Photo: Steven Conlon

Fermilab engineering physicist Elvin Harms performs hands-on experiments for the fundamentals class of US PAS at IARC. Photo: Steven Conlon