Lecture topics and dates will be posted January 17 and are subject to change. The schedule will be updated accordingly.
|Date||Lecture Topic||Speaker, Affiliation||Tours|
|25-Jan-20||Introduction to Science at Fermilab||Pedro Machado, Fermilab||Wilson Hall/Accelerator|
|1-Feb-20||Special Relativity||Kevin Kelly, Fermilab||Accelerator/Wilson Hall|
|8-Feb-20||Quantum Mechanics||Dan Hooper, Fermilab||Tour Schedule Winter Session|
|15-Feb-20||How We Detect Particles||Petra Merkel, Fermilab||Tour Schedule Winter Session|
|22-Feb-20||Quantum Computing||Gabe Perdue, Fermilab||Tour Schedule Winter Session|
|29-Feb-20||The Ghostly Neutrinos||Karl Warburton, Iowa State University||Tour Schedule Winter Session|
|7-March-20||How We Make Particles||Timofey Zolkin, Fermilab||Tour Schedule Winter Session|
|14-March-20||Energy and Climate||TBD||Tour Schedule Winter Session|
|21-March-20||The Standard Model of Particle Physics||Allison Reinsvold Hall, Fermilab||Tour Schedule Winter Session|
|28-March-20||Cosmology||Noah Kurinsky, Fermilab||Tour Schedule Winter Session|
|4-April-20||Physics and Society||TBD, Fermilab Directorate||No tours: Graduation|
1 The DZero tour lasts a lot longer than the other tours. Expect to be back at Wilson Hall by about 12:30 PM.
All lectures begin promptly at 9:00 AM. We recommend you arrive at Fermilab no later than 8:45 AM.
The lectures are two hours long, with a 10-minute break at about 10:00. The tours start at 11:00; you should be back at Wilson Hall by 12:00, except for the DZero tours.
If you are being picked up by car after the tours, please ask the driver not to pull up in directly in front of Wilson Hall – the tour buses need this space.