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The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Physics is developing a strategy for Quantum Information Science (QIS) in the context of Nuclear Physics (NP). To facilitate this, Argonne National Laboratory’s Physics Division will host a DOE-supported workshop, Intersections Between Nuclear Physics and Quantum Information (NPQI 2018). All researchers with an interest in exploring synergies between quantum information science and nuclear physics are invited to attend. The workshop will be held Wednesday, March 28, through Friday, March 30, 2018, at… More »

Dear Colleagues, Advances in instrumentation are vital to open new paths for discovery in Particle Physics. To address this critical need, the DPF Coordinating Panel for Advanced Detectors (CPAD) and the California Institute of Technology are organizing the workshop. “New Technologies for Discovery II” that will take place October 8-10, 2016 at Caltech in Pasadena, California. The workshop follows on the first successful annual CPAD workshop with the goal to develop a national Detector R&D program meeting the needs of… More »

Physics of Sustainable Energy IV Using Energy Efficiently and Producing it Renewably Friday-Saturday, June 17-18, University of Chicago What are the top trends in the global energy landscape? What sustainable energy technologies and innovations can we expect to be part of the future? Hear from experts during a two-day workshop on the Physics of Sustainable Energy (PSE-IV), being held this year in the Midwest region at the University of Chicago. The workshop is aimed at researchers and students, and private… More »

The Proton Improvement Plan Group will host the Workshop on Booster Performance and Enhancement from Nov. 23-24 in Wilson Hall. This workshop will bring together machine experts, collaborators, users, collegial experts and interested members of the Fermilab community to confer with Fermilab accelerator physicists and experts to critically assess issues related to the intensity and performance of the the Fermilab Booster synchrotron and comparable accelerators elsewhere. To register or learn more about the workshop, visit the workshop Indico site. If… More »