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Fermilab's Batavia site is currently closed to the general public.

 
  As a precautionary measure related to COVID-19, the entire Fermilab site in Batavia is closed to the general public. This includes access to the walking/bicycling paths. All public events and tours are canceled, postponed or held remotely until further notice. We appreciate your understanding.
For information on some of Fermilab's virtual offerings, please visit https://news.fnal.gov/2020/04/particle-physics-at-home/.
Information on Fermilab in the fight against COVID-19 is located at https://www.fnal.gov/pub/about/covid19/.
Additional information on Fermilab's precautions regarding COVID-19 is located at: https://www.fnal.gov/covid19.
 
 
 

Office of Education and Public Engagement: Ketevan Akhobadze, Facilities Coordinator

Ketevan Akhobadze is the Education Facilities Coordinator at Fermilab. Her responsibilities include exhibit development, upgrade, and maintenance at the Lederman Science Center (LSC) and Wilson Hall. These exhibits include interactive hands-on activities, computer activities, graphics, virtual (animated) exhibits, and educational videos that communicate Fermilab science. Ketevan is the chair of the exhibit committee. She is also responsible for LSC building and technology coordination and safety.

Before moving to the US in 2002, Ketevan worked as a particle physicist at the Institute of Physics in Tbilisi, Georgia, and was a member of ALICE collaboration at CERN.

Ketevan holds a Ph.D. in particle physics from Tbilisi State University in Georgia. She has many years of experience in scientific research, data analysis, science education, and scientific exhibit development. She has published 17 scientific papers.

Ketevan also teaches mathematics as a part-time faculty at Aurora University. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with her family, seeing new places, and meeting new people.

Office of Education and Public Engagement ♦ P.O. Box 500, MS 226 ♦ Batavia, IL 60510-0500
630-840-3076 ♦ 630-840-8248 (FAX) ♦ email:spasero@fnal.gov