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After 15 minutes of Jim’s summary, we’ll discuss the main problem. Those who send 1-2 slides to burov@fnal.gov will have a privilege to speak first with questions and comments. Jim will have a privilege to answer. After that, everybody will be invited to ask questions of Jim. When the questions are exhausted, it will be time for the comments. Everybody is welcome. Feel free to come with your lunch.

A dive into cosmology, encountering the vast amounts we do and do not know about the universe, and provoking some discussion of philosophy from a natural perspective. The talk will be not more than an hour, but the following discussion may take like 30 minutes more. You may come and go any time. Everyone is welcome. Feel free to come with your lunch. Due to the construction work, it is recommended to park your car near the Lederman Center, 4…

Relation between scientism and rationalism, as it was defined at part I of this talk, will be considered. Join us for part II in the Req Room (WH4NW) on Friday, November 8, 12pm. Everybody is welcome. Feel free to come with your lunch. Video and slides of the part I of this talk are at our web site: https://fermisocietyofphilosophy.wordpress.com/

On Thursday, Oct. 17, Prof. Jason Hogan from Stanford will give a spacial wine and cheese seminar about MAGIS-100, a new Fermilab experiment that will use atom interferometry to probe fundamental physics. MAGIS-100 was recently featured on Fermilab news.  It will be constructed in the NuMI shaft in the coming years. The talk title is “MAGIS-100: fundamental science with atom interferometry at Fermilab” and will take place in one west at 4 pm, Thursday, October 17.    

hub88 presents: TECHTALKS Energy Tech & Innovation; Solutions for our Future Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 5:30 – 6:30 PM (5-5:30 PM networking) – Free Event Location: hub88 at Nokia, 2000 Lucent Lane, Naperville, IL 60563   A panel of experts will discuss: -Clean-Tech Energy Sources -Solar, Wind, other Renewables -Battery innovation & Storage Solutions -Fuel Savings and Transportation   Moderator: Dr. John Carlisle, Director of Chain Reaction Innovation, Argonne National Laboratory Panelists: Sue Babinec, Program Lead – Grid Storage, Argonne…

Speaker: Tomasz Wlostowski (CERN) Electronics engineer working in the Hardware and Timing Section of CERN’s Accelerator Controls Group https://white-rabbit.web.cern.ch/ Zoom: https://fnal.zoom.us/j/318840635 Location: Curia II Friday, October 11, 2019 at 11 a.m. White Rabbit is an extension of Ethernet which provides sub-nanosecond accuracy and picoseconds precision of synchronization for large distributed systems. It also allows for deterministic and reliable data delivery. The talk will provide introduction to the WR’s principles of operation, hardware/software implementation and typical applications, with particular focus on…