Marcia Teckenbrock

Emanuela Barzi, center, stands with the four interns selected to participate in the Italian National Council of Engineers program at Fermilab this fall. From left: Claudio Pontili worked on improving computing for the cloud. Martina Pagnani worked on the Mu2e calorimeter. Giorgio Fasce worked on a radio-frequency resonator. Lisa Favili worked on LBNF decay pipe shielding. Photo: Dan Turrioni, TD The headline of this article may sound like the opening line of a joke, but for four Italian engineers, it…

The Core Computing Division has almost completed moving email users to the new FermiMail system. The next phase of the FermiMail project—calendar migration—is ready to begin. FermiMail provides a single calendar service for the laboratory. Everyone with a FermiMail mailbox has a FermiMail calendar, and everyone at the laboratory can schedule meetings using a convenient web interface (email.fnal.gov) or Outlook clients available for Windows and Mac desktops. This integrated calendar has several benefits, including: FermiMail users need to log in…

The laboratory will switch to a new Service Desk system on Wednesday Oct. 19. The way users access the Service Desk will remain the same, but the site will have a different look and feel. The current Service Desk web interface will be unavailable tonight from 5 p.m. to roughly midnight during the transition to the new system. At that time, the current system will only be available to view tickets that have already been resolved or closed. If you…