The 11th Argonne-UChicago-Fermilab collaboration meeting takes place tomorrow, May 15, from 1 to 8 p.m. at Argonne National Laboratory. The agenda is available online.
More than 70 scientists from the three institutions will share ideas about future projects and the institutions’ strategic plans. The meetings, started in 2006 by Fermilab and Argonne, initially focused on accelerator R&D. This time detector R&D is the primary focus. Recent meetings involved radio-frequency superconductors and detector and computing efforts. A series of research grants provided by the University of Chicago has led to joint projects in other research areas as well.
If you plan to attend, please contact Mary-Ellyn McCollum at email@example.com.