Registration is now open for the 2018 APS/CNM Users Meeting which will be held Monday, May 7, through Thursday, May 10, 2018, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Building 402. The meeting includes a lineup of workshops and symposia that highlights the ongoing momentum of research being conducted at the APS … Read More
On Thursday, March 1, 2018, a section of Westgate Road will be closed near the triangle section in front of Building 203 from approximately 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. New windows are scheduled for delivery to Building 203 at that time. Vehicles should use Inner Circle Road. Employees are asked to observe all detour signs.
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National security documents for the 2018 Super Bowl were left on an airplane in February 2018, making national headlines.
The documents, which were marked For Official Use Only, described protection from a potential terrorism attack at the Super Bowl. They were found by a CNN employee after being left in a seat-back pocket on an … Read More »
Registration ends Monday, March 12
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Nuclear Physics is developing a strategy for Quantum Information Science (QIS) in the context of Nuclear Physics (NP). To facilitate this, Argonne’s Physics Division will host a DOE-supported workshop “Intersections Between Nuclear Physics and Quantum Information (NPQI 2018).”
All researchers who have … Read More »
The Feb. 15, 2018, JumpStart presentation on the “InsideOut” revamp of the laboratory’s public website and intranet has been posted to the program’s page on Inside Argonne. Creative Services Manager Abby Miesen and Digital Project Manager Nathan Ronchetti (CPA) led the discussion of the project.
The next JumpStart meeting will be held … Read More »
The Argonne Hockey Club is looking for new players for their upcoming spring and summer season.
Weekly play takes place Thursday nights in Darien and membership is open to all. The club sponsors friendly and competitive, non-checking, intra-squad scrimmages, lasting 90 minutes. The mission is to promote recreational, safe and sportsmanlike competition.
Teams are chosen each … Read More »
Merwyn Brodsky, a member of Argonne’s Materials Science Division (MSD) for nearly 50 years, died on Feb. 10, 2018, at the age of 87. Brodsky led the actinide research group before assuming the position of MSD Associate Division Director. Brodsky also served as editor of “Physica C” during the early stages of the high temperature … Read More »
Congratulations to the following researchers on having their U.S. patents granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for technologies invented at Argonne:
Eight piece quadrupole magnet, method for aligning quadrupole magnet pole tips Patent No.: US 9,881,723
Mark S. Jaski (ASD) Jie Liu (AES) Aric T. Donnelly (ASD) Joshua S. Downey … Read More »
Long-term care is the type of care you need when you are no longer able to do the things you take for granted every day. It is needed when simple things, such as getting out of bed, eating, or even taking a shower, become too difficult to do on your own for extended periods of … Read More »
In honor of America Saves Week, Fidelity NetBenefits® is offering a series of online workshops that offer the opportunity to expand your financial knowledge, gain new insights or brush up on the basics. Three webinars will be held each day Monday, Feb. 26 through Friday, March 2, 2018.
Join Fidelity for a complimentary curriculum of … Read More »
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- Non-Planar and Mixed-Dimensional Heterostructures for Conventional and Unconventional ComputingJanuary 24 - 11:00 am
- Ion Traps for Precision Experiments in Nuclear and Atomic Physics at TITANJanuary 25 - 11:00 am
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