Past Events

Tuesday, November 27 2018

3:30pm to 4:30pm

NPAC Forum: New Physics and New Proposal to Find Them in Proton Fixed-Target Facilities at Fermilab

talk • Chamberlin Hall, UW–Madison

Yu-dai Tsai, FNAL, will be giving a talk, "New Physics and New Proposal to Find Them in Proton Fixed-Target Facilities at Fermilab" as part of the NPAC Forum on Thursday, November 29. The talk is hosted by Carlos Arguelles and begins at 3:30 pm in Room 4274 Chamberlin Hall.

Tuesday, October 30 2018

1:00pm to 3:00pm

IceCube talk at Beloit College

talk • First Congregational Church, 801 Bushnell Street, Beloit, WI

IceCube scientist Michael DuVernois will be giving a talk about IceCube and the breakthrough in multimessenger astrophysics to students from the Society of Learning Unlimited, a nonprofit organization at Beloit College. SLU offers many opportunities to explore cultural and intellectual interests in a stimulating enviroment. The SLU student, a "Senior Student," on the Beloit College campus, is looked upon as an example of lifelong learning. These classes are for adults aged 50+. For info on how to enroll, check out the SLU website.

Wednesday, October 24 2018

8:00pm to 11:00pm

IceCube talk at Nerd Nite!

outreach event • High Noon Saloon, 701 E. Washington Ave

Zach Griffith will be giving a talk about IceCube during Nerd Nite Madison's October event on Wed, Oct 24. Nerd Nite is a monthly-ish lecture event that strives for an inebriated, salacious, yet deeply academic vibe. It's often about science or technology, but by no means is it limited to such topics. There are usually around three presenters during a Nerd Nite event. There are Nerd Nites around the world—Madison is just one of them. For more info about Nerd Nites in Madison, check out their website.