Events

Save the Date: Mind Bytes 2021

 

March 31, 2021
Research Computing Expo and Symposium
Mind Bytes, a celebration of scholarship and research computing, will be taking place this year via Zoom. It is a unique event that brings together faculty, staff, and students from every corner of the University who share an interest in high-end computing, data, scientific visualization, and the use of computation and data to advance what is considered state of the art in their fields. The theme for discussion for this year's event is From AI to Quantum Computing: Towards a Transformative Research Ecosystem.

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Argonne Outloud Lecture: African Americans in Science Today for Tomorrow

 

Feb. 25, 2021
Argonne National Laboratory
Join Argonne for a lecture featuring Walter Massey, Ph.D., Argonne’s first African American Laboratory Director (1979-1984). Dr. Massey has been a trailblazer throughout his career, opening doors for African Americans in the fields of science, business, and education. Dr. Massey will participate in a fireside chat with Argonne’s Laboratory Director, Dr. Paul Kearns, followed by a conversation with Dr. Massey and a panel of today’s leading African American scientists.

Virtual Event: Energy Storage for a Changing World

 

Feb. 23, 2021
Argonne National Laboratory
Energy storage offers new horizons for generating and using electricity, for moving people and goods locally and across long distances, for avoiding the worst consequences of climate change, and for adapting to the consequences we cannot avoid. This colloquium honoring Argonne National Laboratory’s 75th Anniversary examines the roles energy storage will play in shaping and responding to a changing world.

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Past Event Series

Argonne OutLoud at UChicago

A public events series featuring experts from Argonne National Laboratory.
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UChicago Discovery Series

The stories behind the science, from UChicago experts.
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Science on the Screen

Screenings and discussions of films with themes related to science, technology, math or engineering.
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