Argonne National Laboratory


Mission Support Engagement on Sponsored Research Contracts

Abstract:  A team from Mission Support (including TDC (BD and SRO), Legal and OCF-PRO-Contracts Administration) will discuss best practices in regards to sponsored research (SPP/CRADA) contracts. We will clarify roles, responsibilities, and expectations in regards to the overall process and timing. We will also answer questions and address any issues/concerns on any aspect of the sponsored research process.

Engine design takes a major leap at ArgonneApril 8, 2016

A team with Argonne's Virtual Engine Research Institute and Fuels Initiative (VERIFI) announce that they have completed development of engineering simulation code and workflows that will allow as many as 10,000 engine simulations to be conducted simultaneously on the Mira supercomputer.

Supratik GuhaMarch 29, 2016

Division Director

Women scientists and engineers who have been instrumental in the early years at the laboratory

The seminar will highlight women who were instrumental in the early years of the laboratory and explain how their technical and professional achievements impacted the laboratory.

Sarah OwensMarch 25, 2016


Making Mentoring Meaningful

Workshop attendees will learn methods to get the most impact from a mentoring relationship, including how to foster the mentoring relationship, defining mentoring needs, tracking outcomes and evaluating impact. Learning objectives are applicable to both mentors and mentees at all career levels.

Women Leaders at the Laboratory and WIST Activities

Argonne’s Women in Science and Technology (WIST) program will sponsor a panel of current women leaders at the Laboratory discussing opportunities for personal and professional development including a variety of WIST activities such as the TWIST tours, career development workshops and the WIST Steering Committee.

State of the Laboratory 2016

Argonne Director Peter Littlewood will present the 2016 State of the Lab address, during which he will discuss the laboratory’s numerous recent accomplishments and what lies ahead for Argonne.

The theme of this year’s presentation is “Think Big,” and Littlewood will outline opportunities that await Argonne in new areas, and process improvements planned for the lab that will empower progress and position the laboratory for success as a 21st century organization.

All employees whose schedules permit are encouraged to attend.