All sessions will be held in the Center for Exploration of Energy and Matter (CEEM), located in the Multidisciplinary Engineering and Sciences Hall in Indiana University’s Technology Park North. Situated on the northern end of the campus, the Center is a multi-disciplinary laboratory performing research (experimental and theoretical) and development in accelerator physics, material research and nuclear physics and chemistry.
The laboratory is staffed by highly trained scientific, technical, and administrative staff members and serves approximately 110 on-site graduate students, postdoctoral research fellows and physics faculty members. In addition, research and development activities are carried out by scientists and students from around the world. The Center houses two linear accelerators, and numerous faculty research laboratories.
Driving directions to the Center for Exploration of Energy and Matter.
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