Publishing findings and outcomes is an important part of the research process. We strongly encourage students to produce an academic paper or poster as part of their IRIS project. The following papers by students have been published in peer-reviewed journals.
Locating sources of a high energy cosmic ray extensive air shower using HiSPARC dataSurayyah Aziz and Richard Phillips Published October 2023
An investigation into how the widening of two crevasses in Pine Island Glacier led to the calving of the B-49 icebergJennifer Thomas, University of PlymouthPublished April 2022
First results from the LUCID-Timepix spacecraft payload onboard the TechDemoSat-1 satellite in Low Earth Orbit.Abhishek Shenoy, Elliot Fox & Peter HatfieldPublished 2019
IRIS opens pupils’ eyes to real space researchPeter Hatfield, Will Furnell, Abhishek Shenoy, Elliot Fox, Becky Parker, Laura Thomas, Elizabeth RushtonPublished 2019
The LUCID-Timepix spacecraft payload and the CERN@school educational programmePeter Hatfield, Will Furnell, Abhishek Shenoy, Elliot Fox, Becky Parker, Laura ThomasPublished 2018
Full simulation of the LUCID experiment in the Low Earth Orbit radiation environmentT. Whyntie and M.A. HarrisonPulbished 2015
Simulation and analysis of the LUCID experiment in the Low Earth Orbit radiation environmentT Whyntie & M HarrisonPublished 2014