A Fermilab team has completed tests for a crucial superconducting segment for the PIP-II particle accelerator, the future heart of the Fermilab accelerator chain. The segment, called a cryomodule, will be one of many, but this is the first to be fully designed, assembled and tested at Fermilab. It represents a journey of technical challenges and opportunities for innovation in superconducting accelerator technology.
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Previously vice provost for undergraduate education and professor of physics at the University of Illinois, the new chief research officer will lead research on the international Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, advancing scientific excellence.
Fermilab Deputy Director of Research Joe Lykken and Fermilab Neutrino Division Head Steve Brice, recognized for their service to DOE’s mission and the benefit of the nation, earn among the highest honors a Department of Energy employee or contractor can receive.
Asymmetry in the proton confounds physicists, but a new discovery may bring back old theories to explain it.
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Protecting particle accelerators and developing technology for addressing environmental issues, Arden Warner loves solving problems. He’s also chair of the Fermilab Summer Internships in Science and Technology committee, where he champions mentoring young scientists and working towards a more inclusive culture in science.
Fermilab in the news
From Reccom Magazine, Feb. 26, 2021: Chuck Brown of the Fermilab SeaQuest research team is quoted and Fermilab is mentioned for their ongoing work and contributions to the SeaQuest and NuSea experiments.
From UChicago News, Feb. 26, 2021: The University of Chicago’s Board of Trustees has named Paul Alivisatos as the university’s 14th president. An accomplished leader in higher education and a world-renowned scientist, Alivisatos is currently executive vice chancellor and provost at the University of California, Berkeley. He is also a professor and the former director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
From Diario Libre, Feb. 24, 2021: Fermilab and partners achieve quantum teleportation over 22 kilometers. Further development of quantum teleportation would allow the development of a high-fidelity and high-speed quantum internet.