Armando Caussade

Tales from a Puerto Rican in the South Pole

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Professor Armando Caussade shared his experiences in the South Pole, as part of the PolarTREC Program, during a talk at Caribbean University.

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Arecibo Observatory Connects Students with the South Pole

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Via webscats the Arecibo Observatory connected middle school and undergraduate students with Puerto Rican professor Armando Caussade who is currently doing research at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, located in Antartida.

 

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Puerto Rican educator will visit the South Pole for scientific research with PolarTREC

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Gretchen Guzmán (787.630.1496)

(San Juan, Puerto Rico – 1 de abril de 2013) - Professor Armando Caussade, an astronomer and educator from Puerto Rico, has been selected to participate in a scientific mission at the South Pole's Amundsen-Scott Station. He will depart on December 2014 for a stay of three weeks. Caussade was selected by the National Science Foundation's PolarTREC program, which pairs educators with scientists working at various research facilities at the Earth's poles. Mr. Caussade will perform research on neutrinos using the IceCube telescope.

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