The Islamic holy month of Ramadan began this year at sundown on Friday, May 26, 2017, and more than one billion Muslims all over the world are celebrating … Read More
John Rohrer (PHY) received a Gold Spot Award in April 2017 for ensuring that a pedestrian and vehicular safety hazard was mitigated.
Rohrer noticed that a manhole located near the Building 203 dock had degraded to the point where the surrounding asphalt had sunk. This presented a safety issue for pedestrians, delivery vehicles, etc.
Rohrer … Read More »
Several Argonne employees received on-the-spot recognition for displaying positive safety and/or quality assurance initiative during the month of April 2017.
Gold Spot Award recipients Terry Allocco (FMS) Daniel Burke (AES) Don Cain (FMS) Michael Duoba (ES) Julie Freyer-Reeves (HSE) John Rohrer (PHY) Jeffrey Slawinski (FMS) William Sterling (FMS) Silver Spot Award recipients David Matar (FMS) … Read More »
Joint Director’s Special Colloquium & Physics Colloquium: ‘Deep Learning Theory and Applications in Natural Sciences’
Pierre Baldi, a Chancellor’s Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Irvine and the Director of its Institute for Genomics & Bioinformatics, will present “Deep Learning Theory … Read More »
Kawtar Hafidi has been appointed Director of the Physics Division (PHY). Her appointment is effective January 30, 2017.
Hafidi is an accomplished … Read More »
Physics Group Leader John Arrington has been awarded the distinction of Fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for his extensive and systematic work in understanding the electromagnetic form … Read More »
Donald Geesaman, Argonne Distinguished Fellow and former director of the Physics Division, will be honored at the upcoming 2016 Fall Meeting of the American Physical Society Division of Nuclear … Read More »
Lynda Soderholm, Chris Jacobsen, John Mitchell, Robert Wiringa and Michael Wang have been named Argonne Distinguished Fellows.
Argonne Distinguished Fellows represent only three percent of research staff at the facility, making the award the highest scientific and engineering rank at the laboratory. The new fellows are recognized internationally for their work and show the … Read More »
In 1981, IBM’s first personal computer (PC) hit the market. The PC that fit on a desktop was a far cry from the jukebox-sized processors of the 1960s and a mile marker in the sprint for smaller, faster computers. That same year, Argonne researcher Paul Benioff theoretically validated how a new paradigm of computers based … Read More »
A symposium in honor of Paul Benioff’s fundamental contributions to quantum computing will be held at Argonne May 26-27, 2016, in the Building 203 Auditorium. (Note location change.)
The “Quantum Computing: Beginnings to Current Frontiers” symposium will bring together leading experts to discuss recent advances at the frontiers of quantum information and quantum computation. The … Read More »
- Argonne Table Tennis Club MeetingJuly 20 - 5:30 pm
- Science and the Future of FoodJuly 20 - 6:00 pm
- New Trends in Power Quality Research in Smart GridsJuly 21 - 11:30 am