retirement

Bill Noe Jr. of the Particle Physics Division has worked for Fermilab for nearly 43 years. Now he is retiring. His last day is Wednesday, May 11.

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Adrienne Kolb After more than 30 years with Fermilab, Adrienne Kolb is retiring from her position as lab archivist and historian. During that time, Kolb has tirelessly documented and promoted Fermilab’s history, making the lab’s many fascinating stories available to its staff, its users, outside researchers and the public. “I feel very fortunate that I’ve had the opportunity to meet so many people who have contributed to Fermilab’s history, from members of the farm families to Nobel Prize winners,” Kolb…

When newly appointed Director Bob Wilson invited Ryuji Yamada to participate in the 1967 summer workshop in Oak Brook to design what would become Fermilab, Ryuji was already experienced both in executing particle physics experiments and in building and testing accelerator magnets.

Bill Bardeen Photo: Reidar Hahn From quantum chromodynamics to family genealogy, Bill Bardeen loves to solve puzzles. As a theoretical physicist, his approach to solving physics problems about the fundamental nature of matter made him a world-leading expert on quantum field theory. In his spare time, as a genealogist, the same persistence resulted in tracing the Bardeen family line back to Massachusetts in 1717. In December, after 35 years of tackling theoretical physics problems at Fermilab, Bardeen retired. There is…