All teams that want to take part in the competition have to submit their proposal as well as their 1 minute video from the 1st October 2016 and have until the 31st March 2017 to do so.
The teams are totally free with respect to the experiment that they propose as long as it does not rise any safety concerns. The technical feasibility will be an important criterion for the selection of the winners. We know that judging what is feasible and what is not may be difficult for the teams. Refer to this support document for information.
A large number of experienced scientists have offered to help the teams. The list of names, countries and e-mail addresses can be found below:
Finland (Finnish speaking schools)
|Finland (Swedish speaking schools)||Kenneth Österbergfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|France (and other French-speaking countries except Belgium and Switzerland which have dedicated contacts)||Nicolas Arnaudemail@example.com|
|Iran (Middle East)||
Mahmoud Joz Tavassoli
|Netherlands (Nijmegen)||Charles Timmermansfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Netherlands (Amsterdam)||Peter Kluitemail@example.com|
|Portugal, Brazil||Pedro T. Abreufirstname.lastname@example.org|
|South Africa||Sahal Yacoob||Sahal.Yacoob@cern.ch|
|Switzerland||Hans Peter Beck||Hans.Peter.Beck@cern.ch|
|United States||Ken Cecireemail@example.com|
|United Kingdom||Pete Watkins|
|United Kingdom||Elizabeth Cunninghamfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Other countries||BL4S organizers|
Please note that there will be a lot of questions from all over the world and we recommend getting in touch with your local contact first! We thus encourage you to contact one of the experts if you think you need help with your proposal.
In case your country or language is not listed or if you have general comments or suggestions, please contact us directly via email@example.com