Archive of Ask-a-Scientist Presentations

Topic & Link Date Presenter & Institution
"Empty Space...or is it??" March 1, 2015 Mike Albrow, Fermilab
"The Higgs boson as a tool for discoveries" December 7, 2014 Dhiman Chakraborty, Northern Illinois University
"Hugh Science - How we build accelerators and why" November 9, 2014 Daniel Bowring, Fermilab
"Accelerators 101" October 5, 2014 Dave Harding, Fermilab
"Engineering at Fermilab" July 13, 2014 Ralph Pasquinelli, Fermilab
Accelerating for the Energy Frontier .pdf (4 MB) or .pptx for videos (57 MB) March 2, 2014 Eric Prebys, Fermilab
"The Science of Climate Change" January 26, 2014 Erik Ramberg, Fermilab
"Computing: From Data to Physics" December 1, 2013... Oliver Gutsche, Fermilab
"The Higgs Boson, the Origin of Mass, and the Mystery of Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking" November 3, 2013... Felix Yu, Fermilab
"Neutrinos - The Little Paricles that Could!" April 7, 2013... Luke Corwin
"The Vacuum, the EBHGHK+ Field, & Mr. Higgs' Boson" January 6, 2013... Mike Albrow, Fermilab
"Extreme Accelerators" January 8, 2012... Paul Lebrun, Fermilab
"Energy and the Environment" January 9, 2011 Chuck Brown, Fermilab, also Alderman, Geneva, IL
"Neutrinos" December 5, 2010... Dave Schmitz, Fermilab
"Accelerators" May 2, 2010 Mike Syphers, Fermilab
"Magnets" May 1, 2011 Dave Harding, Fermilab
"Accelerators" July 13, 2008 Peter H. Garbincius, Fermilab
"The International Linear Collider (ILC)" March 4, 2007 Peter H. Garbincius, Fermilab
"Anti-Matter" May 21, 2006 Peter H. Garbincius, Fermilab
"Seeing Particles" April 3, 2005 Mike Albrow, Fermilab

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