Public talks

Take part in the Advanced Studies Gateway public talks. The talks are free and open to the general public, and they are designed for a general audience. Watch and listen as groundbreaking researchers and eminent scholars from around the world share stories and describe their work. Bring friends and family. Ask questions and take part in the discussion. Learn something new and be inspired to learn more. 

The public talks take place in 1300 FRIB Laboratory

For permit and metered parking information, visit the Parking page

Upcoming talks

17 October (1 p.m.) - Joseph R. Dwyer - Weird Lightning: Sprites, Elves and Other Strange Things Found in Our Atmosphere

Past talks

26 September (1 p.m.) - Steven H. Simon - Knots, World-Lines, and Quantum Computation

2020 talks

2019 talks

2018 talks