October 03, 2017
1313 East 60th Street

Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory invite you to participate in the workshop:

In The News
Chicago Magazine

Most people don't want to imagine an earthquake or deadly disease outbreak hitting their city, but for a team at Argonne National Laboratory, envisioning the worst is their job. Chicago Magazine recently profiled Argonne's Global Security Sciences division, including the Social and Behavioral Systems group led by CI Senior Fellow Chick Macal, which uses agent-based modeling techniques to simulate various types of disaster scenarios.

Anshu Dubey, Argonne
November 12, 2015
Searle 240A

Speaker: Anshu Dubey, Computer Scientist, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory

Host:  Ian Foster

Michael Wilde, Swift; Juan de Pablo, University of Chicago
December 17, 2014
Searle 240A, University of Chicago & Adobe Connect

Abstract: Materials science research like the work performed at the Institute for Molecular Engineering (IME) involves running large numbers of simulation and modeling programs, of

Charlie Catlett
October 16, 2014
Advanced Photon Source Auditorium, Argonne

Argonne National Laboratory is pleased to present the latest edition of Argonne OutLoud, the lab's free public lecture series:

In The News

Inside the busy world of the cell, two of the most important players are actin and ATP. Actin is the most abundent protein in cells, and the cytoskeleton that it forms is responsible for a cell's shape and movement. ATP, adenosine triphosphate, is known as the cell's primary energy source, switching to ADP and donating the resultant energy to a wide range of cellular processes.

John Grime, CMTS & Katrin Heitmann, Argonne
March 19, 2014
Searle 240A, University of Chicago & Adobe Connect

John Grime, Postdoctoral Schola