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The Benefits Office is pleased to announce a new “Benefits Updates” corner on the home page of our web site which we will use to communicate news and information such as upcoming deadlines, events and resources that are available to you. You can subscribe to receive an e-mail notification that will direct you to the site whenever an update has been made. To do so, visit http://hr.fnal.gov/benefits/ and click the “SUBSCRIBE” button on the lower right portion of the Benefits… More »

Want to learn about the most mysterious particles in the universe? Visit a new website dedicated to All Things Neutrino.

The APS Division of Physics of Beams is pleased to present its annual newsletter, available for download here: https://www.aps.org/units/dpb/newsletters/upload/fall17.pdf. Get updated on the latest in the field, including up and coming projects, conferences and potential collaborators! With feature articles on art history using synchrotron radiation, the history of Fermilab, machine learning for accelerators, and the latest on the European XFEL, MAX IV, and SESAME, there is something for everyone in the accelerator physics and user community. In addition to producing… More »

Your announcements and classified ads will continue to be published on Fermilab at Work through the holiday season. The publication of feature articles and columns will be suspended through next week and recommence on Jan. 2, 2018.

The new issue of FIFE Notes, a bimonthly newsletter for distributed computing at Fermilab, is available at: http://fife.fnal.gov. Articles include: “Interpreting efficiency plots on FIFEMON,” “g-2 optimizes DAQ with GPUs on the OSG” and “CVMFS as a software distribution source.”

FIFE Notes, a bimonthly newsletter for distributed computing at Fermilab, is available at http://fife.fnal.gov/. Articles include: “Biannual FIFE Roadmap Workshop announced: Dec. 7, 2017,” “Upgrading GPGrid to FermiGrid,” “PNFS Dos and Don’ts,” “GRACC replacing Gratia as gird accounting system,” “Best practices for experiment database access,” “FIFE Workshop 2017 lookback,” and “Best in Class” examples in distributed computing.