Computational Engineer Daniel Kenneth Molzahn (ES) will discuss his Laboratory-Directed Research and Development (LDRD) sponsored work at the LDRD Seminar Series presentation Tuesday, April 17, 2018. “Optimal Power Flow with Robust Feasibility Guarantees” begins at 12:30 … Read More
Business and Information Services (BIS) needs your feedback on BlueJeans, the cloud-based video, web and audio collaboration solution, to help improve the service. The best way is to simply “rate” each session.
BlueJeans requests a rating after every use. … Read More »
Employees can request building access and keys to specific rooms by submitting a Building Access and Keys Request form in Vector.
Badge reader access Issue keys/replace keys Lock repair After-hours access Repairs to security doors
On February 6, 2018, Brian Van Acker (PMO), performed life-saving CPR to save a toddler’s life at his children’s swim practice. Thanks to an Argonne Fire Department training class, he was ready and able to deliver CPR with success.
While Van Acker was sitting in the bleachers watching practice, a woman with a 1.5-year-old child suddenly … Read More »
Spring is in the air, and as we look at our backyards for the best places to plant shrubs, flowers or vegetables, or to build that new shed, we need to be mindful of the various utilities that may lie underground.
How to locate buried utilities
Call 811 (or 1-800-892-0123) — as required by Illinois … Read More »
The University of Chicago is launching the Center for Data and Applied Computing, a research center for developing new methods in computation and data analytics and applying them to ambitious projects across the full spectrum of science and scholarship.
The Center for Data and Applied Computing, which opens this summer, will provide computationally-focused, interdisciplinary projects … Read More »
Dean Eastman, director of Argonne from 1996-1998 and professor emeritus at the University of Chicago, died on March 4, 2018, at the age of 78. His tenure at the lab saw the Advanced Photon … Read More »
Prescribed burns will be conducted on Saturday, April 7, 2018, most likely in the far eastern section of the Argonne site.
The burns help to promote the health of native plants, eliminate unwanted exotic plants and reduce the probability of wildfires.
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When you travel, whether it’s for business or pleasure, internationally or in the United States, the hassle factor can add stress and distract you from your goals. Fortunately, you can call on Global Travel Services and avoid all the stress. No more hours spent on the internet looking for information about visas, currency, power converters … Read More »
Electrical Engineer Shaolin Allen Liao (NE) will discuss his Laboratory-Directed Research and Development (LDRD) sponsored work at the LDRD Seminar Series presentation Tuesday, April 10, 2018. “Gas-Filled Microchannel Plates for X-ray Polarimetry Imaging … Read More »
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