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The APS Division of Physics of Beams is pleased to present its annual newsletter, available for download here: https://www.aps.org/units/dpb/newsletters/upload/fall17.pdf. Get updated on the latest in the field, including up and coming projects, conferences and potential collaborators! With feature articles on art history using synchrotron radiation, the history of Fermilab, machine learning for accelerators, and the latest on the European XFEL, MAX IV, and SESAME, there is something for everyone in the accelerator physics and user community. In addition to producing…

Copies of the most recent Newsletter from the American Physical Society Division of Physics of Beams (APS DPB) are available in the rack in the atrium. (the newsletter is also available online at https://www.aps.org/units/dpb/newsletters/upload/fall16.pdf )

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…

Nominations are open through May 15, 2016 for the Henry Primakoff Award for Early-Career Particle Physics. This is the most prestigious award given by the American Physical Society Division of Particles and Fields to physicists who are within seven years of their Ph.D. The domain of the award covers particle physics in the broad sense, both theory and experiment, including, for example, particle astrophysics and string theory. Learn more and read the rules for submission of nominations at: https://www.aps.org/programs/honors/awards/primakoff.cfm