February 13 - 24, 2012

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

EDIT 2012 Social Program

Group Photo

The group photo, of all students, instructors, and other participants will be taken on Monday February 13, at 10:30 am, in the Wilson Hall Atrium.

Opening Reception

On Monday, February 13, at 6pm, (1800) all participants are invited to an Opening Reception in the Fermilab Art Gallery, on the second floor of Wilson Hall, catered by Southern Food Services.

Casual Night

On Friday, February 17, at 6:30pm (1830) students, instructors and other participants are invited to a social event in the Wilson Hall Atrium. Imboden's Catering will provide a Fajita bar, with spanish rice, refried beans, grilled vegetables, and other toppings. Vegetarian baked ziti, and beverages will also be available. A dessert bar will follow.

Closing Banquet

On Friday, February 24, at 6:30pm (1830) all participants are invited to the Closing Banquet at Chez Leon. Fermilab's gourmet chefs will prepare a buffet dinner of flank steak, chicken, fish, and vegetables. Closing remarks will be made, and participants will reflect and unwind after the intense 2 week symposium. A cash bar will be available.

Event News


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Talks, Posters, and Instructions have been uploaded to the Slides Web page

  • Fermilab Today article Hands-on EDIT school a success
  • Fermilab Today article Class begins for EDIT 2012
  • APS Division of Particles and Fields Newsletter article announcing EDIT 2012
  • Fermilab Today article announcing EDIT 2012
  • Fermilab Today article on EDIT 2011

Important Dates:

  • Event dates: February 13 - 24, 2012
  • Application Deadline: November 6, 2011
  • Slide Submission Deadline: Jan 13, 2012

Excellence in Detectors and Instrumentation Technologies Larger Picture
February 13 - 24, 2011
EDIT 2012 The 2012 EDIT symposium will be hosted by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, IL, USA. EDIT 2012 is the second in a new series of international symposiums, devoted to exposing young researchers to hands-on experience with detector and instrumentation technologies.
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