Argonne National Laboratory

Faculty Workshops

At Argonne, we believe in empowering bright minds to discover and innovate by helping them gain the necessary skills, tools and connections they need to succeed. To reach this goal, we partner with renouned research and educational institiutions to bring you workshops designed to educate, inspire, and promote collaboration.

As a participating faculty member, you can discover new ways to advance your research (including learning how you can use Argonne user facilities to support your work), build upon existing skills in STEM, and uncover new knowledge to bring back to your students.

 Workshop

Workshop Offered Location Applicaton Deadline

Modeling Experimentation Validation (MeV) Summer School

A 2-week program providing early career engineers and scientists with advanced studies in integrated modeling, experimentation, and validation to understand the current and future challenges facing nuclear energy advancement.

July 18-29, 2016 Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Oak Ridge, TN) April 30, 2016

Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing (ATPESC)

ATPESC provides intensive, two-week training on the key skills and tools needed to execute computational science and engineering applications on high-end computing systems.

 

July 31 - August 12, 2016 St. Charles, IL May 13, 2016

UIC Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy (SISE)

SISE is a two-week bootcamp that gives early professionals in science, technology, government, and business knowledge of basic energy science and its relationship with other disciplines to address the rapid advances it brings to the scientific, technical, and cultural foundations of society.

August 4-16, 2016 University of llinois at Chicago (Chicago, IL) July 1, 2016

INCREASE Workshop

This two-day User Facilities Awareness Workshop targets science and technology research faculty from Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs). Participants are exposed to Argonne's user facilities, lectures in synchrotron science, supercomputing and nanoscience, and discussions on research techniques and operations.

Fall Argonne National Laboratory (Lemont, IL) N/A