Fermilab offers a public lecture series on a wide range of topics presented by experts in their respective fields. Ramsey Auditorium Lectures cost $8 and are usually on Friday evenings beginning at 7:30 pm. Lectures are general admission seating, and frequently sell out.
For information, call 630-840-ARTS (630-840-2787). Purchase tickets with no additional fees.
April 17, 2021, 7:30 pm US/Central
Tickets: Free but registration required
Learn about the first results from the Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab in this special event, presented by the Fermilab Office of Education & Public Engagement.
April 30, 2021, 7:30 pm US/Central
Join us for this Fermilab favorite event, now presented in a Virtual format. We are currently seeking a few brave souls who would like to jump into the ring. Nominations accepted through February 15.
May 21, 2021, 7:30 pm US/Central
Our clothes help define us, yet the fabrics we wear haven’t really evolved over much of human history. However recent breakthroughs in fiber material and fabric processing now allow us to design and produce fibers and fabrics that see, hear, sense, communicate, store and convert energy, regulate temperature, monitor health, and change color. In this talk Dr. Fink will discuss the use of diode fibers for creating fabric communications systems allowing the exchange of information between people and platforms using line of sight fabric based optical communications.
Jennifer Raaf’s talk is now available on YouTube, complete with closed captioning.
Don Lincoln’s talk is now available on YouTube, complete with closed captioning.
Dan Hooper’s talk is now available on Youtube, complete with closed captioning.
Physics Slam VIII is now available.
Physics Slam VII is now available.
Todd Thompson’s lecture, “Supernovae, Neutron Stars & The Origin of the Heavy Elements” is now available.
Joe Lykken’s lecture, “Neutrinos are Everywhere” is now available.
Jorge Cham & Daniel Whiteson’s lecture, “We Have No Idea,” is now available.
Priya Natarajan’s May 5 lecture.”Mapping the Heavens” is now available.
Chris Quigg’s Jan. 27 lecture “Fermilab’s Greatest Hits: Highlights from the First Fifty Years” is now available on YouTube.
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