Information on precautionary site access restrictions to Fermilab's Batavia site in response to coronavirus/COVID-19
We continue to review all events currently planned for the next sixty days and organizers will be notified if their event must be canceled, postponed, or held remotely. Please, check back on Indico during this time for updates regarding your meeting specifics.
As DOE O 142.3A, Unclassified Foreign Visits and Assignments Program (FVA) applies not only to physical access to DOE sites, technologies, and equipment, but also information, all remote events hosted by Fermilab must comply with FVA requirements. This includes participant registration and agenda review. Please contact Melissa Ormond, FVA Manager, with any questions.

indico search will be reestablished in the next version upgrade of the software: https://getindico.io/roadmap/
For public events you may use either https://library.fnal.gov/indico-search/ or your browser's search engine: "your search string" site:indico.fnal.gov

November 2, 2019
Fermilab
US/Central timezone

Wonderful Women in STEM at Fermilab

Starts
Ends
US/Central
Fermilab
One West
Batvia, IL

Experts in STEM fields will guide you through hands-on activites, answer questions, and explain everything that you want to know about our work at Fermilab.

Choose from the following activity tracks:

T is for Tech:  Join us in a scavenger’s hunt through Wilson Hall discovering new and fun technologies and their applications. You’ll team up to solve puzzles, riddles and challenges while learning about exciting technologies such as virtual and augmented reality, computational thinking concepts and more!

Mechanical Engineering: In this session, you will explore all the ways in which mass and motion are linked. You’ll work in groups to build a small car powered by a 5-lb weight. Test your car, race it against others, and find ways to make improvements. At the end of the session, one car will be named the Fastest at Fermilab!

Electrical Engineering: Ever wonder how a radio works? Build one yourself! Students will work in groups to pull electro-magnetic waves right out of the air! Then see what else a circuit can do...

Physics: Join us as we uncover the secrets of the universe! Neutrinos are the most abundant particle in the universe, and yet one of the most mysterious. They may hold the key to understanding why we’re here in this universe. In this session, we’ll have a hands-on experience demonstrating how scientists study neutrinos and use data from neutrino experiments to deduce the properties of neutrinos and the matter with which they interact.