The Advanced Studies Gateway is an initiative at FRIB that brings together researchers, innovators, creative thinkers, artists, and performers from all fields and strengthens ties between Michigan State University and the community.

Activities include research workshops as well as public talks, concerts, and special events that are free and open to the public.

The Advanced Studies Gateway initiative also features FRIB Saturday Morning Physics.

Upcoming events

13 October (5:30 p.m.) - The Novak Trio Performing Chamber Music for Cello, Violin, and Piano

22 October (1 p.m.) - Philip Kim, Harvard University (Zoom talk)

19 November (1 p.m.) - Daniel Goldman, Georgia Tech University (Zoom talk)

Past events

24 September (1 p.m.) - Kate Scholberg - How to See a Star Explode from Underground

26 May (5:30 p.m.) - French Music and Poems: Violin and Piano Duo

14 May (1 p.m.) - Melissa Franklin - The Time It Takes: My First Role Model and How She and I Are Both Interested in Measuring the Time Things Take to Happen

5 May (5:30 p.m.) - The Accorda Trio: Chen-Yu Huang (Harp), Fangye Sun (Violin), and Daniel Tressel (Cello)

30 April (1 p.m.) - Brian Metzger - Gravitational Waves and the Origin of Gold

28 April (5:30 p.m.) - Saxophone in Progress (SiP) duo

14 April (5:30 p.m.) - MSU Chamber Music - "A Night of Classics"

7 April (7 p.m.) - Clarinet Chamber Group: Students from the studios of Dr. Mingzhe Wang and Dr. Guy Yehuda

16 March (7:00 p.m.) - International Chamber Soloists led by violinist Dmitri Berlinsky

19 February (1 p.m.) - Deirdre Shoemaker - Black Holes and Gravitational Waves: Our Astounding Universe

8 January (1 p.m.) - Doerte Blume - Helium: from an extremely weakly-bound molecule to superfluidity

2022 events

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2020 events

2019 events

2018 events