The Variable Pay Program Project is a key Impact Argonne initiative to explore updating the laboratory’s variable pay program. Also known as a bonus, variable pay is contingent compensation that rewards employees on performance or results achieved. The laboratory’s goal is to offer an affordable and effective program that rewards employees for the diverse exceptional … Read More
Kevin Byrne and his colleagues in the Experimental Operations and Facilities (EOF) division of the Energy and Global Security directorate apply … Read More »
The Argonne Guest House restaurant will offer a lunchtime Healthy Club Express soup and salad bar every Tuesday and a BBQ lunch buffet every Thursday starting Monday, June 3, 2019.
The salad bar is $6.95 per person and the BBQ buffet is $11.75 (two lunch buffets are available for $17.95). Lunch hours are 11 a.m. … Read More »
Argonne’s Global Travel Office (GTO) will host a traveler safety course on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, at 2 p.m. in the Building 446 Auditorium.
Joe Metallo, GTO travel manager, will discuss general travel guidelines, traveler security and risk awareness.
This elective course is available to all employees. To enroll:
Open your training profile in the Read More »
Physical Sciences and Engineering is hosting a series of town hall meetings on artificial intelligence (AI) in science and engineering. All employees are welcome to attend. The purpose of the meetings is to build a community and a network of collaborators across divisions and directorates to help catalyze collaborative projects involving development and use of … Read More »
The “Landscape Encounters” art exhibit will be featured in the Building 201 Lobby from Wednesday, June 19, through Friday, Sept. 20, 2019.
All employees are invited to attend the artist reception on Thursday, July 11, 2019, in the Building 201 Lobby from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. There will be an artists’ talk at 4:30 … Read More »
APS Colloquium: ‘Nanoscale Phase and Polarization Dynamics in Oxides: Successes and Hard Puzzles for X-ray Science’
Paul G. Evans, professor in the department of materials science and engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will present “Nanoscale Phase and Polarization Dynamics in Oxides: Successes and Hard Puzzles for X-ray Science” on Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at 3 p.m. in the Building 402 Auditorium.
Emerging … Read More »
Gift from Pritzker Foundation supports creation of nation’s first school dedicated to molecular engineering
With a $100 million commitment for support from the Pritzker Foundation announced this week, the Institute for Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago, a partnership launched with Argonne National Laboratory in 2011, will become the Pritzker School of Molecular … Read More »
Argonne’s Student Operations Team brings together expertise from across the lab to help meet students’ needs, including responding to incidents and addressing concerns that arise during the summer intern season. This team serves as a single-point contact for students, mentors and lab employees to share concerns and issues related to the students, and provides a … Read More »
Though we have a year-round internship program at Argonne, the biggest student cohort happens during the summer. On Tuesday, May 28, 2019, the first wave of 400 students arrive at Argonne to begin, for many, their first research experience. This is an exciting time for both the students and Argonne staff. We enjoy the energy … Read More »
- Renewable Energy and Wildlife Interactions: Summary of What is Known and Research NeedsJune 17 - 10:30 am
- Scalable Nanosystems for Neuromorphic ComputingJune 17 - 11:00 am
- Spectroscopic Characterization of Reactive Intermediates in the Gas-Phase Pyrolysis and Oxidation of HydrocarbonsJune 17 - 11:30 am