The 13th Argonne-UChicago-Fermilab collaboration meeting takes place today from 1 to 6 p.m. in One West. A reception will follow.
More than 50 scientists from the three institutions will share ideas about future projects and the institutions’ strategic plans. The focus of this year’s meeting is the institutions’ connections with Latin America. Presenters will also discuss the Fermilab Campus Master Plan, accelerators and accelerator stewardship at the laboratories, and the University of Chicago’s collaborative initiatives in particle physics R&D.
The collaboration meeting, started in 2006 by Fermilab and Argonne, initially focused on accelerator research and development. Over the years the meeting’s scope has broadened to include topics related to all aspects of particle physics research.
View the agenda for the meeting.