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2020 All Engineers Retreat

US/Central
Fermilab

Fermilab

Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
Aisha Ibrahim (FNAL -AD/INST), Andrew Dalesandro (FNAL), Christopher Mossey (FNAL), Cindy Joe (Fermilab ND/Operations), Daniil Frolov (Fermilab), Gary Drake, Jerry Leibfritz (Fermilab), Mark Jeffers (FNAL), Paul Czarapata (FNAL), Rick Kwarciany (FNAL/SCD), Roza Doubnik (mechanical engineer), Russell Alber (Fermilab FESS/Engineering), Sai Manohari Kancharla, Silvia Zorzetti (Fermilab)
Description

National Engineers Week was established in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers in conjunction with President George Washington's birthday. Today, it is observed by more than 70 engineering, education, and cultural societies, and more than 50 corporations and government agencies. The purpose of National Engineers Week is to call attention to the contributions to society that engineers make.

This year in that same spirit, the EAC is sponsoring a week-long series of events to highlight Fermilab’s own engineering community. The primary goals of these events are the following :  to increase awareness of current active initiatives at the lab, to facilitate professional networking within the lab, and to provide training of common tools by leveraging internal subject matters experts.

Site Map
    • 9:00 AM 10:00 AM
      Shape your concept: 3D Printing in AD A0 Cave

      A0 Cave

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Visit one of 2 3D printing areas at Fermilab to learn about 3D printing with plastics, to meet the people who manage them, and for a demonstration of the technology and how it is changing the way engineers, drafters, technicians, and scientists perform their work. No CAD experience is required. All 3D printing demonstrations begin at 9 AM.

      Convener: Kris Anderson
      notes
    • 9:00 AM 10:00 AM
      Shape your concept: 3D Printing in TD IARC HAB 3rd floor

      IARC HAB 3rd floor

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Visit one of 2 3D printing areas at Fermilab to learn about 3D printing with plastics, to meet the people who manage them, and for a demonstration of the technology and how it is changing the way engineers, drafters, technicians, and scientists perform their work. No CAD experience is required. All 3D printing demonstrations begin at 9 AM.

      Convener: Mrs Jodi Coghill (Fermilab)
      notes
    • 9:00 AM 11:00 AM
      Software Best Practices: Beginner/Intermediate Racetrack, WH 7th Floor Crossover

      Racetrack, WH 7th Floor Crossover

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Many of us are writing code, from the big software project to a short script to configuration files. We all can benefit from existing tools and best practices in the field that at the end will improve the quality of our products and make our life easier. This session will provide:
      (1)Broad overview of tools and best practices for software development and deployment
      (2)Topics covered include version control, technology selection, software development, documentation, testing, deployment
      (3)Short hands-on sessions demonstration to follow-along

      Convener: Marco Mambelli (Fermilab)
      • 9:00 AM
        Software Best Practices 2h
        Speaker: Marco Mambelli (Fermilab)
        Slides
        summary
    • 11:00 AM 12:00 PM
      LDRD : Expand Beyond Programmatic Activities IARC 1st Floor Lecture Hall

      IARC 1st Floor Lecture Hall

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Fermilab has instituted a Laboratory Directed Research and Development program as outlined by DOE Order O413.2C in order to support employee initiated proposals that are novel, cutting edge, and explore forefront areas of science and technology. The program will enhance the Laboratory's ability to carry out the mission of DOE and the Laboratory in areas that are outside current programmatic activities but are well-aligned with the strategic goals of the Laboratory.

      In this session, learn about the program as well as ask questions regarding the program.

      Convener: Dr Robert Tschirhart (Fermilab)
      • 11:00 AM
        Introduction to LDRD Program 30m
        Speaker: Dr Robert Tschirhart (Fermilab)
        LDRD Web Page
        Slides
      • 11:30 AM
        Q&A 30m
    • 1:00 PM 2:00 PM
      Accelerator AllHands Meeting 1h Ramsey Auditorium

      Ramsey Auditorium

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
    • 2:30 PM 3:30 PM
      D0 Tour D0 Assembly Building

      D0 Assembly Building

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      The D0 experiment is one of two large general purpose particle physics detectors that were operating at the 2 Teraelectronvolt (TEV) Tevatron accelerator ring. Tours include a visit to the DZero detector and the control room (where the screens replay images captured during DZero detector operation). They culminate in the detector and its collision hall. In the assembly hall area there is a special explanatory display. Limited photography.

      Convener: George Ginther (University of Rochester)
      notes
    • 2:30 PM 3:30 PM
      Quantum Lab Tour ICB East Entrance

      ICB East Entrance

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      In Nov 2019, Fermilab announced the launch of the Fermilab Quantum Institute, which will bring all of the lab’s quantum science and technology projects under one umbrella. Visit the Quantum Lab in APS-TD to learn about qubit systems based on superconducting particle accelerator technology, quantum sensors and control electronics, and measurements techniques using quantum computing. Tour will last about 30 minutes, followed by Q&A.

      Conveners: Dr Daniil Frolov (Fermilab), Dr Silvia Zorzetti (Fermilab)
      notes
    • 8:30 AM 9:00 AM
      Bus Service 30m WH Horseshoe

      WH Horseshoe

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Bus service is scheduled for round trips between Wilson Hall’s horseshoe and Building 327. The first morning pick-up will be 8:30am until the start at 9:00am; afternoon will begin at 12:30pm.

    • 9:00 AM 12:00 PM
      Annual Plenary
      Conveners: Christopher Mossey (FNAL), Paul Czarapata (FNAL)
      • 9:00 AM
        Welcome 10m
      • 9:10 AM
        New Engineering Technologies at Fermilab 20m
        Speaker: Dr Joseph Lykken (Fermilab)
        Slides
      • 9:30 AM
        Address to Engineering Community 15m
        Speaker: Nigel Lockyer (Fermilab)
      • 9:45 AM
        Volunteering and D&I Activities 15m
        Speaker: Sandra Charles (Fermilab)
        Slides
      • 10:00 AM
        Succession Planning Subcommittee Update 30m
        Speaker: Mr Craig Drennan (Fermilab)
        Slides
      • 10:30 AM
        Coffee break 10m
      • 10:40 AM
        Ask An Engineer 10m
        Speaker: Rebecca Thompson
        Slides
      • 10:50 AM
        Engineering Colloquium Update 10m
        Speaker: Ms Aisha Ibrahim (FNAL -AD/INST)
        Slides
      • 11:00 AM
        Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Practicum 10m
        Speaker: Cherri Schmidt (Fermilab)
        Slides
      • 11:10 AM
        Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Practicum (con't) 20m
        Speaker: Aaron Sauers
        Slides
      • 11:30 AM
        New Engineering Resource Website 20m
        Speaker: Paul Czarapata (FNAL)
        Engineering Resource Page
      • 11:50 AM
        Q&A 10m
    • 12:00 PM 1:00 PM
      Lunch: Pizza & Refreshments with “Napkin Invention Disclosures” 1h CDF Big Room - Building 327

      CDF Big Room - Building 327

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
    • 12:30 PM 1:00 PM
      Bus Service 30m CDF Big Room

      CDF Big Room

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Bus service is scheduled for round trips between Wilson Hall’s horseshoe and Building 327. The first morning pick-up will be 8:30am until the start at 9:00am; afternoon will begin at 12:30pm until 1pm.

    • 1:00 PM 2:15 PM
      Keynote: Engineering the Largest Camera Ramsey Auditorium

      Ramsey Auditorium

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Come and listen to Tim Bond, the head of SLAC's LSST Integration and Test Team, give a presentation about the efforts to build a car-size camera for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST).

      • 1:00 PM
        Engineering the world’s largest digital camera 1h
        Speaker: Tim Bond (SLAC)
        Slides
    • 2:30 PM 4:30 PM
      Past, Present & Future of EPICS: Beginner Comitium (WH 2nd floor South East)

      Comitium (WH 2nd floor South East)

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      The Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System (EPICS) is a set of software tools and applications which provide a software infrastructure for use in building distributed control systems to operate devices such as Particle Accelerators, Large Experiments and major Telescopes. This session will provide plenary talks about an introduction to EPICs, the history of its evolution, its current uses/projects, and trends in industry.

      Conveners: Mr Andrew Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory), John Diamond, Mark Rivers (Univ. of Chicago), Pierrick Hanlet (Illinois Institute of Technology/FNAL)
      notes
      • 2:30 PM
        Introduction to Epics 30m Comitium (WH 2nd floor South East)

        Comitium (WH 2nd floor South East)

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
        Speaker: Pierrick Hanlet (Illinois Institute of Technology/FNAL)
        Slides
      • 3:00 PM
        History Of Epics 30m Comitium (WH 2nd floor South East)

        Comitium (WH 2nd floor South East)

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
        Speaker: Mr Andrew Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory)
        Slides
      • 3:30 PM
        Break 15m WH 2nd floor CrossOver (Fermilab)

        WH 2nd floor CrossOver

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
    • 2:30 PM 4:00 PM
      Showcase of Robotics and Mechatronics at Fermilab: Beginner/Intermediate MI8 Service Building

      MI8 Service Building

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary branch of engineering that focuses on the engineering of both electrical and mechanical systems. It includes a combination of robotics, electronics, computer and telecommunication systems, controls, and overall product engineering. This session will be a showcase of some robotics and mechatronics-related projects that are currently being developed and used at Fermilab. Showcased projects include several remote vision robots, a 3D printed robotic arm, robotic welding, an in-house constructed material fatigue testing machine, a large robotic device for changing out the Mu2e target, and a few senior design project collaborations with local universities.

      Convener: Kris Anderson
      notes
    • 4:30 PM 6:00 PM
      Networking (Refreshments & Snacks) 1h 30m WH Atrium

      WH Atrium

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Connect with your fellow engineers over some refreshments & snacks.

    • 9:00 AM 12:00 PM
      Hands-On Introduction to Machine Learning: Beginner/Intermediate Sunrise (WH 11th Floor North East)

      Sunrise (WH 11th Floor North East)

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      In this Hands-on Tutorial Session, you will be shown how to build machine learning models in Python (Keras/TensorFlow). We will build machine learning algorithms for real-world data analysis and accelerator operations challenges here at Fermilab.

      Convener: Nhan Tran (FNAL)
      notes
      • 9:00 AM
        HandsOn Machine Learning Tutorial 3h
        Speakers: Dr Burt Holzman (FNAL), Dr Jason St.john (Fermilab), Nhan Tran (FNAL)
        Tutorial Materials
    • 9:00 AM 10:00 AM
      Shape your concept: 3D Printing in AD A0 Cave

      A0 Cave

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Visit one of 2 3D printing areas at Fermilab to learn about 3D printing with plastics, to meet the people who manage them, and for a demonstration of the technology and how it is changing the way engineers, drafters, technicians, and scientists perform their work. No CAD experience is required. All 3D printing demonstrations begin at 9 AM.

      Convener: Kris Anderson
      notes
    • 12:00 PM 1:00 PM
      Lunch and Learn: Construction Update 1h One West- 1st floor West

      One West- 1st floor West

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Hosted by Campus Facilities Planning Board Projects Integration Working Group, this is an open forum to communicate ongoing and upcoming construction at LBNF, IERC, PIP-II, UIP, and CCRP. All Fermilab employees and users are welcome.

    • 1:30 PM 4:00 PM
      From the Ground Up - Building an Altium NEXUS Project: Beginner/Intermediate Curia II (WH 2nd floor South West)

      Curia II (WH 2nd floor South West)

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Altium Nexus is a software used for schematic capture and PCB layout. Through a guided demonstration of building a project from scratch, learn about Altium Nexus, how to navigate through the tools, and how to leverage Fermilab’s vault for custom parts and templates.

      Convener: Mr Jamieson Olsen (Fermilab)
      notes
      • 1:30 PM
        Guided Demo on Altium Projects 2h
        Speaker: Mr Jamieson Olsen (Fermilab)
        Altium Resource Page
    • 2:30 PM 3:30 PM
      D0 Tour DZero Assembly Building

      DZero Assembly Building

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      The D0 experiment is one of two large general purpose particle physics detectors that were operating at the 2 Teraelectronvolt (TEV) Tevatron accelerator ring. Tours include a visit to the DZero detector and the control room (where the screens replay images captured during DZero detector operation). They culminate in the detector and its collision hall. In the assembly hall area there is a special explanatory display. Limited photography.

      Convener: George Ginther (University of Rochester)
      notes
    • 2:30 PM 3:30 PM
      SiDet Tor Lab B

      Lab B

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Fermilab has long been a world leader in dark matter research and detection technologies, and maintains this leadership with a number of exciting next generation experiments and R&D programs leveraging new technologies. Much of the technology development is based at the Silicon Detector Facility, encompassing 5000 square feet of clean lab space for detector assembly. The tour will include the Quantum Metrology Laboratory where new detector technologies for axion dark matter detection based on quantum computing are being developed, including a millikelvin test stand with integrated superconducting magnet, and Lab G which is the Fermilab home of the SuperCDMS SNOLAB experiment.

      Convener: Matthew Hollister
      slides
    • 8:30 AM 2:50 PM
      Arduino Hackathon: Beginner/Intermediate

      The foundation of robotics is the ability to interface electronic and mechanical systems. The Arduino is a low-cost, open source platform commonly used to develop inexpensive mechatronic and robotic systems quickly. In this timed challenge, up to 6 teams will attempt to build an Arduino-based, sensor-controlled thermometer. All hardware, software, and reference links to complete the project will be provided. Each team will be given an Arduino development kit and a 3D printed structure with a wheel on which numbers are printed. This wheel is attached to a stepper motor. A microswitch touches the outside of the wheel, and its roller tip will be used as a pointer for the temperature readout on the wheel. Proctors will be present to help the teams and provide sealed “clues” to help speed development within the given time frame. Please note that each team will require at least one laptop to perform programming with. It is strongly recommended that all attendees bring a laptop with them to the hackathon if possible.

      Conveners: Jesse Batko, Kris Anderson, Marco Mambelli (Fermilab), Noah Curfman, Omar Al atassi, Robert Ridgway
      notes
      • 8:30 AM
        Instructions/Schedule/Q&A 30m Virtual Reality - WH 3rd floor SE

        Virtual Reality - WH 3rd floor SE

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
        Speaker: Kris Anderson
        Arduino Materials
      • 9:00 AM
        Proctored Hackathon 3h Fermilab

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch 1h Fermilab

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
      • 1:00 PM
        Proctored Hackathon 30m Fermilab

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
      • 1:30 PM
        Results Show&Tell / Lessons Learned 30m Fermilab

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
    • 9:00 AM 12:00 PM
      Hands-On Introduction to Machine Learning: Beginner/Intermediate One West (WH 1st Floor West)

      One West (WH 1st Floor West)

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      In this Hands-on Tutorial Session, you will be shown how to build machine learning models in Python (Keras/TensorFlow). We will build machine learning algorithms for real-world data analysis and accelerator operations challenges here at Fermilab.

      Convener: Nhan Tran (FNAL)
      notes
    • 9:00 AM 10:00 AM
      Shape your concept: 3D Printing in TD

      Visit one of 2 3D printing areas at Fermilab to learn about 3D printing with plastics, to meet the people who manage them, and for a demonstration of the technology and how it is changing the way engineers, drafters, technicians, and scientists perform their work. No CAD experience is required. All 3D printing demonstrations begin at 9 AM.

      Convener: Mrs Jodi Coghill (Fermilab)
      notes
    • 11:30 AM 12:30 PM
      Inclusion Matters: Black History Month 1h Ramsey Auditorium ()

      Ramsey Auditorium

      Chicago Sinfonietta's esteemed Project Inclusion Ensemble explores the impact and influence of the most inspirational black composers and musicians across genres and generations.

      https://www-esh.fnal.gov/pls/cert/schedule.show_course_details?cid=11980

    • 1:00 PM 5:00 PM
      EPICS Development Town Hall: Intermediate/Advanced OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

      OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      This session will provide 2 plenary talks about Epics 7 and EPICS Area Detectors (2D Data Acquisition). Then, there will be 3 moderated brainstorming sessions to address:
      (1)Evaluation on current Wrapper to interface to EPICS thru ACNET
      (2)Standardization of data path/protocol from front end to the Data Pool Managers(DPM )
      (3)Standardization of data path /protocol from DPM to the client-side

      Conveners: Mr Andrew Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory), Mark Rivers (Univ. of Chicago), Pierrick Hanlet (Illinois Institute of Technology/FNAL)
      notes
      • 1:00 PM
        Introduction to Epics7 30m OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
        Speaker: Mr Andrew Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory)
        Slides
      • 1:30 PM
        Introduction to 2D Data Aquisition in EPICS 30m OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
        Speaker: Mark Rivers (Univ. of Chicago)
        Slides
      • 2:00 PM
        Break 15m OneEast (WH 1st floor East) (Fermilab)

        OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
      • 2:15 PM
        Visions for EPICS in Fermilab Accelerator Controls 30m OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
        Speakers: Beau Harrison (AD ops), Pierrick Hanlet (Illinois Institute of Technology/FNAL)
      • 2:45 PM
        Accelerator Controls: Data Acquisition to Input/Output Controllers 45m OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
      • 3:30 PM
        Break 30m WH 2nd floor CrossOver ()

        WH 2nd floor CrossOver

      • 4:00 PM
        Accelerator Controls: Client Application Data Acquisition 45m OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
      • 4:45 PM
        ClosingRemarks 15m OneEast (WH 1st floor East) (Fermilab)

        OneEast (WH 1st floor East)

        Fermilab

        Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510
    • 2:30 PM 3:30 PM
      Icarus Tour SBN FD building

      SBN FD building

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      ICARUS is the largest of three experiments at Fermilab looking for a new kind of neutrino. The tour includes a visit to the SBN FD building and watching the short videos about ICARUS Neutrino Detector Installation at Fermilab, and LBNF/DUNE project overview (ICARUS one of the prototypes of LBNF). Tour will last about 30 minutes, followed by Q&A.

      Convener: Dr Roza Doubnik (mechanical engineer)
      notes
    • 2:30 PM 3:30 PM
      Linac and MCR tour Foyer Outside Ramsey

      Foyer Outside Ramsey

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      The Fermilab Linac is designed to accelerate negative hydrogen ions, which ultimately feeds laboratory's accelerator complex, beam lines and beam targets. On this tour, we will visit the pre-accelerator area and look down into the pit where the beam is created. We'll walk through the low energy portion of the Linac Gallery and learn about the physical components of linear acceleration, which are on display. We will stop off at the Main Injector tunnel mock up to learn about synchrotron acceleration, then make our way down to the Main Control Room(MCR). Tourists can see inside where operators and machine experts are monitoring all parts of the accelerator complex, performing beam studies, and fielding requests from experimenters.

      Convener: Alyssa Miller
      notes
    • 10:00 AM 12:00 PM
      Inventions and Inventors Recognition IARC 1st Floor Lecture Hall

      IARC 1st Floor Lecture Hall

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      Please join us for a brief ceremony celebrating innovation at Fermilab and honoring more than 40 individuals who received patents or filed Records of Invention during 2019. The ceremony will be on Friday, February 21, from 10 AM to Noon.

      The awards ceremony will be followed by a special lecture entitled “Speaking While Thinking: Reflecting on a Few Lessons Learned as a Woman Among Scientists (and Doctors and Bankers),” by Dr. Michelle Hoffmann, Senior Vice President, Life Sciences, P33 Chicago.

      The event will be held at the IARC Building Lecture Hall and lobby. For more information contact Laura Rogas (ext 6966).

      Convener: Laura Rogas
      poster
      • 10:00 AM
        Inventor Recognition Ceremony 1h
      • 11:00 AM
        Speaking While Thinking: Reflecting on a Few Lessons Learned as a Woman Among Scientists (and Doctors and Bankers) 20m
    • 2:30 PM 3:30 PM
      Linac and MCR tour Foyer Outside Ramsey

      Foyer Outside Ramsey

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      The Fermilab Linac is designed to accelerate negative hydrogen ions, which ultimately feeds laboratory's accelerator complex, beam lines and beam targets. On this tour, we will visit the pre-accelerator area and look down into the pit where the beam is created. We'll walk through the low energy portion of the Linac Gallery and learn about the physical components of linear acceleration, which are on display. We will stop off at the Main Injector tunnel mock up to learn about synchrotron acceleration, then make our way down to the Main Control Room(MCR). Tourists can see inside where operators and machine experts are monitoring all parts of the accelerator complex, performing beam studies, and fielding requests from experimenters.

      Convener: Alyssa Miller
      notes
    • 2:30 PM 3:30 PM
      Quantum Lab Tour ICB East Entrance

      ICB East Entrance

      Fermilab

      Kirk & Pine St. Batavia, IL 60510

      In Nov 2019, Fermilab announced the launch of the Fermilab Quantum Institute, which will bring all of the lab’s quantum science and technology projects under one umbrella. Visit the Quantum Lab in APS-TD to learn about qubit systems based on superconducting particle accelerator technology, quantum sensors and control electronics, and measurements techniques using quantum computing. Tour will last about 30 minutes, followed by Q&A.

      Conveners: Dr Daniil Frolov (Fermilab), Dr Silvia Zorzetti (Fermilab)
      notes