Since 2005, the LAGO collaboration meets in yearly workshops, usually in a newly added country to help in the installation and
operation of a first detector.
Bariloche, Argentina, November 2005
The first LAGO WCD - Nahuelito - was built and calibrated and the LAGO collaboration formed.
La Paz, Bolivia, March 2006
The highest LAGO site was visited and a prototipe WCD installed at the La Paz University.
Puebla, Mexico, September 2006
The first high altitude WCD of LAGO was installed at the Sierra Negra site.
Mérida, Venezuela, July 2008
Venezuela was added to the LAGO Collaboration, a WCD was installed at
the Merida University and the Pico Espejo cable-car station was visited.
La Paz, Bolivia, April 2009
3 WCD were installed at the Chacaltaya Cosmic Ray Observatory at 5300m asl.
Lima, Peru, August 2010
Peru entered the LAGO Collaboration, and a WCD was installed at Maracapomaocha at 4300m asl.
1st electronics and data analysis workshop
La Paz, Bolivia, December 2010
The design for the new LAGO specific electronics was decided based on different proposals from Argentina, Bolivia and Mexico.
Guatemala City, Guatemala, June 2011
Guatemala joined the LAGO Collaboration and a WCD was installed at the Guatemala City University.
Riobamba, Ecuador, July 2012