The application simulate the muon flux detected by the detector described in the Set Detector Parameter page.
By setting the parameters of your detector you can reproduce the lab experience of the characterization of the flux of cosmic rays muons as a function of time, the incident angle, the altitude and their poissonian behaviour.
Have a nice experiment!!!
The EU-Science team
What is a muon?? You can find here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muon
Data for this application was taken by the following sites:
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New science experiments written in a simple and lucid language for the children to understand easily
You can find new science experiments that is helpful for all the children
The kind of science experiments are easy and can be done at home
These science experiments will keep your children engaged in a fruitful way
The science experiments are presented in such a way to imbibe certain important values in children, while enough care has been taken keeping the children in mind
To properly conduct the test, you will need to download and print the Augmented Reality Workbench marker:
A3 Version: http://xuiml.org/experiments/marker_a3.pdf
A4 Version: http://xuiml.org/experiments/marker_a4.pdf
Find out hours of service and what's on the menu up to two weeks in advance, at any of our full-service dining halls: Busey-Evans, Florida Avenue (FAR), Ikenberry Commons, Illinois Street (ISR), Lincoln/Allen (LAR), and Pennsylvania Avenue (PAR). You also can check your meal plan balance and see complete nutritional information right in the app!
See what's being served at our specialty restaurants: Cracked Egg Café, Better Burger, Taste of Asia, La Cocina Mexicana, Field of Greens, Leafy!, Soul Ingredient, Neo-Soul Ingredient, and Oodles. Using UI Dining you can also see the schedule and available items at our A La Carte locations: Busey Beanery, The Caffeinator, 57 North, CHOMPS, and Penn Station.
Use the map to quickly find the dining hall closest to you, so no matter where you are on campus, you can grab a bite on the go.
To find out what is on the menu at your residence hall, or at any other dining hall, UI Dining is the app for you!
Academics – Catalog, course schedule
Emergency – Phone and emergency status
Food Service – Locations, timings, and menu
Grades and Schedule
Library Hours and contact
Maps – Campus locations, overhead and parking map
News – Newsroom, campus announcements
Social – UIS social media, photos and videos
Technology – Labs, location, hours, and more
In this application, you will be able to find the latest news, events and job listings in the research park. This application provides you with everything you need to know about the research park right at your fingertips (literally), including information about the companies in the research park, EnterpriseWorks services, maps, directories and more.
This app provides the temperature, rain, and snowfall observations on a selected day for thousands of sites across the U.S.
Pick any location, either through the map interface or by a city search, along with the day that interests you. The actual recorded data for that day is provided as well as a chart of observations that include surrounding days.
Evidence has shown that inhaler misuse is ubiquitous among all patients who use inhalers, with some studies identifying misuse in over 80% of patients. Promoting patient self-management is an essential component of programs to reduce hospital re-admissions.
This is an educational animation that demonstrates correct and incorrect use of multi-dose asthma inhalers. It contains English and Spanish.
Access to resources such as this may help provide patients with the tools necessary to promote self-management of chronic conditions such as asthma and COPD.
SAWBO creates educational animations and places them into languages from around the world. The SAWBO library of materials grows daily. All SAWBO animations are given out freely to anyone wishing to use them for educational purposes only.
This App allows educators, especially in developing nation countries, with the ability to access these educational materials , save them on their phones or tablets, and then share them with target audiences. SAWBO’s animations are primarily focused on helping low literate learners in developing nation countries – many of these people live under $2 a day – however, many SAWBO animations are also important in developed nations as well.
This App allows people, who wish to share this knowledge, the ability to easily access , download and then share the animations with others.
Keywords: Chicago Water Walk, Sea Grant, Water, Chicago, Navy Pier, Educational
- Designed for upper elementary and middle school students, grades 3-8
- Introduces topics related to electromagnetism
- Demonstrates the importance and workings of current and future electricity generation and delivery systems.
- Features include interactive structures and informational photographs
Please note that while this application will run on any compatible device, it was designed for tablet-sized screens. On smaller devices, such as mobile phones, the text might be very hard to read.
Developed by power engineering experts and educators from the Office for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education (MSTE) and from the Information Trust Institute (ITI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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The Trustworthy Cyber Infrastructure for the Power Grid (TCIPG) is a Department of Energy (http://energy.gov)-funded project, with support from the Department of Homeland Security (http://www.dhs.gov). The research team brings together experts from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dartmouth College, Cornell University, the University of California at Davis, and Washington State University.
This calculator uses the Bauman-DiDomenico nomogram to estimate a patient's digoxin requirements to achieve a goal digoxin concentration of 0.7 ng/mL for the treatment of heart failure. Additionally, the calculator is capable of providing a loading and maintenance dose recommendation based on the Koup and Jusko equations for the treatment of atrial fibrillation.
This app is the mobile version of the popular digoxin calculator found on http://clincalc.com
This calculator is not appropriate for the following patient populations, or may require a higher degree of clinical judgment: significant drug interactions (eg, amiodarone, quinidine, verapamil, or macrolide antibiotics), end-stage renal disease on hemodialysis, and acute renal failure or unstable renal function.