Dear Teamcenter users, WHAT ARE WE DOING? This is a reminder that we will begin a project to upgrade Teamcenter to version 11 beginning at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25. WHEN WILL THIS OCCUR? From Thursday, Oct. 25, at 5 p.m. to Sunday, Oct. 28, at 10 p.m. WHAT IS THE IMPACT TO YOU? During the maintenance window listed above, you will be unable to access Teamcenter. WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO? Please attend a Shop Talk Seminar… More »

From the Pittsburgh Computing Center, Oct. 10, 2018: Fermilab’s Dirk Hufnagel is quoted in this piece on the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center now supplying computation for the LHC. Fermilab scientists working on the CMS experiment, in collaboration with the Open Science Grid, have begun analyzing data LHC data using PSC’s Bridges supercomputer.

Submit your “accepted for publication” preprint version of your paper DOE requires us to submit the final “accepted for publication” preprint versions of papers accepted by journals for publication. Once your paper is accepted, please upload (as a revised version), the final manuscript you sent to the journal Submit your posters and presentations to Technical Publications Fermilab Technical Publications now collects posters and presentations that are presented at conferences as part of an ongoing effort to fulfill our DOE… More »

WHAT ARE WE DOING? macOS El Capitan (v10.11) is approaching its end-of-life (EOL). When EOL occurs macOS El Capitan will no longer be supported by Apple and therefore will stop receiving security updates. Starting Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, any Mac computer running macOS El Capitan (v10.11) will be blocked from accessing the Fermilab network. Fermilab-owned computers, by laboratory policy, must run vendor-supported operating systems to avoid security risks. WHAT IS THE IMPACT TO YOU? If your Mac is running macOS… More »