At Fermilab, engineering and science go hand-in-hand. Engineers from diverse backgrounds work together with talented teams to design, develop and implement the technologies needed for the next big discovery. Hear from five Fermilab engineers on what it takes to help push the boundaries of scientific research.
After considerable review and analysis, the Engineering Committee, working with Human Resources and with approval from senior leadership, has approved the addition of two new job profiles to Fermilab’s Engineering Family – effective immediately. These new positions will be at the A5 and A7 pay grades. The table below lists the engineering job titles, with the new profiles in bold. Job profile Engineer I E1 A4 Engineer II A5 Staff Engineer I E2 A6 Staff Engineer II A7 Senior Engineer…
Happy Manufacturing Month! After a hiatus in 2020, Women in Manufacturing and Engineering day is back at mHUB with a virtual conversation between Jennifer Scanlon, President and CEO of UL Inc., and Shannon McGhee, mHUB’s Director of Community Impact and Engagement. Join influential women in the STEM field on Thursday, Oct. 28, at 11:00 a.m. Please share this event with women interested in learning more about professions in manufacturing and engineering. Please use the link below for further information and…
A new fellowship created by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory will provide engineering students in underrepresented groups in STEM immersive learning experiences on world-leading particle accelerator projects at Fermilab, starting with the new PIP-II accelerator that will power the world’s most intense neutrino beam. Applications for 2022 open September 2021.
From Community College Daily, July 26, 2021: Moraine Valley Community College in Illinois has six students participating in Department of Science internships this summer, four are at Fermilab. These ten to 16-week internships increase students’ confidence levels, offer professional development, technical writing training and networking with scientists.
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded Farah Fahim an Early Career Research Award to investigate how deploying neural networks and machine learning on a particle detector can allow data processing at source. Her work could make data processing at detectors more efficient, improving fundamental research at physics facilities like the LHC at CERN.
From KOTA-TV (Rapid City, SD), May 16, 2021: Sanford has a $1.6 billion economic impact and generates over 1,000 jobs in South Dakota.