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The AIP runs a science-orientated events board for online and in-person events across Australia.  Please contact to get your event publicized today!

The AIP has two Zoom accounts, thanks to the generous sponsorship of AARNet. To book one of these accounts for your AIP event or meeting, please email

Upcoming events

    • 6 Oct 2023
    • 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM

    The Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Australian Institute of Physics are pleased to invite you to attend their joint 2023 Annual Presidents' Dinner on Friday 6th October.


    This years dinner will be the second joint Presidents' dinner between the NSW Branches of the RACI & AIP in an evening of celebration, networking and recognition marked by the presentation of RACI NSW Branch awards.


    Our members and guests will be treated to a generous 3-course meal and a line-up of exceptional presenters (to be announced shortly, along with the event flyer).


    The RACI & AIP have a growing history of joint events bringing together exceptional speakers, providing our members and guests with informative talks and stimulating conversation in a relaxed and social environment.


    We hope you will be able to join us for this wonderful occasion.



    Friday 6th October



    5.30pm: Arrival

    6:00pm: Commencement

    10:00pm: Conclusion



    Concord Golf Club, 190 Majors Bay Road, Concord NSW (Entry via. Flavelle Street)



    $110 RACI/AIP Members & Partners

    $130 Non-members

    **Please note that the registration cost does not include alcoholic beverages. Alcoholic beverages will be available to purchase from the bar**


    Please register by clicking here.

    Registrations close on Friday 29th September 2023.

    • 9 Oct 2023
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • UTS Aerial Function Centre, Level 7, UTS Building 10, 235 Jones Street, Ultimo, NSW 2007.
    Focussing on developments in Nuclear Science, Technology and Engineering.
    • Progress in Nuclear Energy around the World
    • SMRs and Advanced Reactors
    • Applications of Nuclear Techniques
    • Nuclear-powered Submarines
    • Role of Nuclear in addressing Climate Change

    ANA2023 Conference will highlight achievements and future uses of nuclear science, technology and engineering in Australia and overseas. Presentations will give timely updates on a wide range of nuclear applications and technology. This is a great opportunity to hear from experts and discuss new developments.

    Speakers and presentations include:

    • Ted O’Brien MP – How Nuclear could contribute to Net Zero by 2050
    • Vice Adm Jonathan Mead- Nuclear powered submarines for Australia
    • Andrew Peele – ANSTO’s role in Australia’s Nuclear Future
    • Jeff Navin, (BSP) – US bipartisan policy on nuclear energy
    • Rita Baranwal (Westinghouse) – Clean Energy Solutions
    • Jeff Navin (Terrapower) – Natrium Reactor and integrated storage
    • James Voss (Ultra Safe Nuclear) – Micro-Modular Reactor (MMR)
    • Jim Scott (ARPANSA) – Regulatory Framework for nuclear and radiation facilities in Australia.
    • Michael Goldsworthy – SILEX Laser Separation Technology
    • Stephen Wilson – Cost of New Build Nuclear
    • also nuclear applications and other topics

    There will be a reception after the last session for speakers and audience at 5 pm for networking and discussion.

    This Conference will be in-person.

    Registration fee will be $300 including morning tea, good lunch, afternoon tea and post conference reception ($270 early bird before 17 September), with concessions of $150 for retired ANA members and $100 for students. There is a discount of 10% when 10 or more registrations are received at one time from one organisation.

    To register go to

    For more information and any updates: 

    • 11 Oct 2023
    • 6:00 PM
    • Hercus Lecture Theatre, L2 David Caro Bld, University of Melbourne

    AIP 60th Anniversary Lecture Tour

    Most of our universe is missing!

    Adventures in the dark side of the cosmos
    Public lecture by Professor Geraint Lewis


    Most of the cosmos, astronomers tell us, appears to be missing! They say it is dominated by an invisible dark side, dark matter and dark energy that have shaped the evolution of the entire universe. But why do astronomers believe there is this mysterious invisible cosmos surrounding us?

    In this talk, we will take a tour of the dark side, and explore the observations that reveal its presence. To understand the true nature of dark matter and dark energy, we will delve into the wealth of ideas and theories, and the current experiments underway to separate the true contenders from the scientific also-rans.

    Finally, we will peer into the future to reveal the next steps physicists and astronomers will take in their quest to shine a light into our cosmological dark side.


    Born and raised in Old South Wales and with a passion for astrophysics, Geraint Lewis spends his time unravelling the dark side of the universe, the dark matter and dark energy that dominate the cosmos.

    As a Professor of Astrophysics at the Sydney Institute of Astronomy, his research focuses upon cosmology, gravitational lensing and galactic cannibalism, as well as exploring why our universe appears to be just right for complexity and life, publishing more than four hundred research articles.

    He also undertakes a broad array of award-winning science outreach, bringing the wonders of the cosmos to broad audiences through public speaking and writing, including publishing several world-renowned books on the mysteries of the cosmos.

    Register via Eventbrite:
    • 12 Oct 2023
    • 5:30 PM
    • Prentice building 42-115 UQ St. Lucia Campus

    Women in Physics National Lecture Tour | Dr Karen Livesey

    Nano-magnets: new materials to address biomedical and technological problems

    Tiny magnets that are one thousand times smaller than the width of a human hair are starting to be used in technologies all around us, including cancer treatments, medical imaging and even self-repairing paints. Magnets that are shrunk down to the nanoscale behave very differently to the large ones that you have on your fridge, allowing a whole new set of materials to be designed to answer important technological problems. Come along to hear how a theoretical physicist studies nano-magnets and what exciting problems are currently being solved.

    Theoretical physicist Dr Karen Livesey is designing new nano-sized magnets to address technological challenges, such as reducing the energy that computers use, and heating inoperable cancer tumours.

    Dr Karen Livesey was the first in her family to finish high school and studied Physics at the University of Western Australia, completing a PhD in 2010. For almost 10 years she worked at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs reaching the rank of Associate Professor. She is currently a Senior Lecturer of Physics at the University of Newcastle, and an Associate Investigator at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low Energy Electronic Technologies. Karen has won teaching awards and research grants in the US, Canada, the UK and Australia. In 2023 she is a national Superstar of STEM (Science and Technology Australia) and the AIP Women in Physics lecturer (Australian Institute of Physics).

    Networking and light refreshments follow the talk.
    • 16 Oct 2023
    • 20 Oct 2023
    • Mantra on Salt Beach, Kingscliff, NSW, Australia

    The symposium is intended to serve as an international discussion forum on precision frequency standards throughout the electromagnetic spectrum, and associated precision and quantum metrology. It focuses on the fundamental scientific aspects of the latest ideas, results, and applications in relation to these frequency standards and measurement techniques. More than Seven years after the last symposium, significant progress has occurred across all associated fields.

    More details can be found at

    Following tradition and by design, the conference will consist of a single series of invited talks (~50) and invited poster presentations (>100). Thirty invitations for oral talks have been issued already. The remaining invited oral talks will be selected from the submitted abstracts. The other submitted abstracts, if accepted, will be presented as invited poster presentations.

    Speakers already invited are requested to submit an abstract. The book of abstracts will be available on the website before the symposium. All participants are requested to supply a paper for inclusion in the conference proceedings.

    Successful participants will receive a letter of invitation once accepted, and if requested, also a special invitation for visa application.

    » 9th June: Extended abstract submission deadline

    » 23 June: Invitation issued and opening of registration

    » 14 July: Early registration deadline

    » 01 September, Deadline for post-deadline posters (for exciting new results)

    » 05 September: Late registration deadline

    » 09-13 October: Summer School on Frequency Standards, Precision and Quantum Measurement, Gold Coast

    » 16 – 20 October: Symposium, Kingscliff

    » 20 November: Deadline for accepting manuscripts for the proceedings.

    Don't forget for student members of the AIP travel awards are available, AIP Benefits

    • 25 Oct 2023
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Q Building, The University of Newcastle 16B Honeysuckle Drive Newcastle, NSW 2300

    Women in Physics National Lecture Tour | Dr Karen Livesey


    Join us for this exciting final event as University of Newcastle’s very own Dr Karen Livesey presents an engaging Public Lecture.

    Did you know that tiny magnets, 1000 times thinner than a human hair, are used in cancer treatments, computers and even in self-repairing paints? Theoretical physicist Dr Karen Livesey is designing new nano-sized magnets to address global technological challenges, such as reducing the energy that today’s computers use, and heating inoperable tumours to improve health outcomes.

    Dr Karen Livesey was the first in her family to finish high school and went on to study Physics at the University of Western Australia, completing a PhD in 2010. For almost 10 years, she worked at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs reaching the rank of Associate Professor. While the covid-19 pandemic was raging, she moved to Newcastle NSW with her family in 2020. She is currently a Senior Lecturer of Physics at the University of Newcastle, and an Associate Investigator at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low Energy Electronic Technologies. Karen has received research and teaching awards in the United States, Canada, UK and Australia. In 2023-24, she is a Superstar of STEM awarded by Science and Technology Australia.

    Light refreshments will be provided upon arrival. So we can cater accordingly,  please register here:

    • 29 Oct 2023
    • (AEST)
    • 2 Nov 2023
    • (AEST)
    • Sea World Resort Conference Centre, Gold Coast, QLD

    The Australasian Radiation Protection Society (ARPS) was founded in 1975 and has more than 250 members engaged in radiation protection activities. Members are engaged in a variety of activities designed to ensure the safe use of ionising and non-ionising radiation across the incredibly diverse field of radiation protection, which includes medicine, pure and applied science, industry, and mining.

    The theme of the 2023 conference is “Expanding the Scope of Radiation Protection’’. The aim of the conference is to foster discussions across a broad range of radiation protection aspects and emerging fields, including training the next generation of radiation professionals, showcasing new technologies and applications, and sharing the importance of effective communication and stakeholder involvement. The Organising Committee is eager to curate a full and extensive program that includes three days of scientific sessions infused with intensive exhibitor and sponsor engagement.

    More details here

    • 2 Nov 2023
    • CSIRO Lindfield, 36 Bradfield Road, Lindfield, NSW

    THE AIP PHYSICS INDUSTRY DAY – The Future of Semiconductors

    The annual Physics in Industry Days has been an initiative to bring together researchers, industry, service providers, decision makers, educators and the general public to connect and learn around a chosen topic - either an industry sector or an area of science with significant industrial or national impact in the future. It is intended to be an informal gathering with interesting and informative speakers pitched at a level to engage with an informed general audience. Hosted at CSIRO at Lindfield, the program for the day builds in time to network as well as engage in a site tour to experience first-hand some of the research and development conducted on site by CSIRO, the National Measurement Institute (NMI) or on of the high-tech companies co-located at the Lindfield Collaboration Hub (LCH).


    Our Topic in 2023 – The Future of Semiconductors

    Semiconductors underpin almost every aspect of our modern lives in some way. Despite more objects around us incorporating semiconductor chips, the number of companies and roles actively developing new semiconductor technologies (in contract to exploiting existing commercially available semiconductor chips) are reducing in many countries. Why is this and what can we do to reinvigorate domestic industry? Does it even matter? Our 2023 Physics in Industry Day will explore the situation in Australia and around the world, hear from Australian innovators and consider what might we do collectively.


    For more details please refer to the following link

    • 20 Nov 2023
    • 24 Nov 2023
    • UNSW Sydney

    • Spins/pseudospins, magnetism and correlations in low dimensional
    systems and nanostructures
    • Topological physics and materials
    • Phase transitions, Superconductivity, Bose condensation
    • Correlations and active defects in solids
    • Approaches for neuromorphic technologies

    For further details and to register go to

    • 26 Nov 2023
    • (CST)
    • 29 Nov 2023
    • (CST)
    • Hualien, Taiwan

    On behalf of the AAPPS Division of Condensed Matter Physics (DCMP), the Physical Society located in Taipei (TPS), National Dong Hwa University (NDHU) and National Taiwan University (NTU), we are pleased to invite you to attend the Asia-Pacific Condensed Matter Physics Conference 2023 (AC2MP 2023).

    The AC2MP 2023 is the third meeting of its series and aims to gather experts from the condensed matter physics field and related communities in the Asian-Oceanic region. Through the conference, we hope to foster international collaborations and contribute to the expansion of knowledge in the field.

    The conference will be held in-person at the venue in Hualien, which is located in eastern Taiwan. Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and close to the Central Mountain Range, Hualien is one of the most scenic areas in Taiwan. We hope this will provide an excellent opportunity for networking and engaging in fruitful discussions with professionals.

    You can find more information on the conference official website:

    • 3 Dec 2023
    • 8 Dec 2023
    • Research School of Physics, The Australian National University

    ANZCOP-AIP Summer Meeting 2023

    Research School of Physics, The Australian National University

    Canberra, Australia Dec 3-8, 2023

    A meeting showcasing the work of Australia and New Zealand’s physics and photonics community

    The 2023 Australia and New Zealand Conference on Optics and Photonics (ANZCOP) and Australian Institute of Physics (AIP) Summer Meeting will be held on the 3rd – 8th of December 2023 at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. It is an inexpensive meeting targeted at Australia and New Zealand-based professional scientists, academics, post-doctoral researchers and PhD students.

    More information and registration details via the website:

    • 4 Dec 2023
    • 6 Dec 2023
    • Pullman on the Park, Melbourne

    The International Conference on Quantum Energy 2023, hosted by CSIRO, is the inaugural event of a biennial convention that focuses on the multifaceted topic of energy in quantum systems. This three-day conference brings a cross-disciplinary perspective on the fundamental understanding and technical engineering of quantum systems for energy harvesting, conversion, storage, and transport processes.

    Join research experts, industry partners, and governmental bodies to find out about the latest developments in quantum thermodynamics, quantum transport, quantum information theory, quantum chemistry, quantum biology, spectroscopy, light-harvesting devices, optoelectronics, nuclear fusion, photochemistry, quantum materials, state-of-the-art battery technologies, and other quantum energy-related topics, to develop inter-disciplinary collaborations, find out about funding opportunities, and commercialisation pathways.

    Between now and when we meet in December, there will be regular updates. We are planning a packed agenda of science, food, arts, cafes and culture as your introduction to the best of Melbourne, from its creative, exciting city centre to its buzzing neighbourhood hubs. Beneath the city's impressive façade lies the true heart and soul of the city; laneways that snake the city grid to reveal cafes and bars, fashion houses, boutiques, innovative cuisine, galleries, theatres and museums. It's the gateway to Victoria's world-class wineries, natural springs, peninsulas, spectacular coastline and alpine villages, making it the ideal destination for easy pre and post Conference touring access.

    Register here

    • 11 Dec 2023
    • 8:00 AM
    • 15 Dec 2023
    • 7:00 PM
    • Sydney Nanoscience Hub (SNH), Messel Lecture Theatre, University of Sydney, Camperdown

    The aim of CYGNUS 2023 is to bring together experimentalists and theorists interested in developing detectors with the capability of detecting the directions of recoiling particles, especially for low-energy applications. The scientific scope of the workshop is broad and will cover applications from across particle physics, astroparticle physics, and nuclear physics. Some of the specific topics that will be captured by the workshop include:  

    • Directional detection of dark matter
    • Directional neutrino detection
    • Directional neutron detection
    • Gas TPCs and MPGDs
    • Novel directional detection technologies
    • Recoil simulation tools
    • Detection of rare nuclear decays

    The programme will consist of five days of keynote and contributed talks. All days will be scheduled into plenary (rather than parallel) sessions, and time will be devoted to allow for extended discussions. Abstract submission is open now.

    For more information click here.

    • 6 Feb 2024
    • 2:00 PM
    • 9 Feb 2024
    • 1:00 PM
    • Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga

    The 46th Annual Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting has been scheduled for 6-9th February 2024, in Wagga Wagga, NSW.

    Repeat event announcement: registration and abstract submission open

    The "Wagga 2024" Conference Organising Committee are pleased to announce that the 46th Annual Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting will now be held, from Tuesday 6th – Friday 9th February 2024 on its familiar site at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW.

    The meeting will be by a group from UNSW, Canberra.  We may be contacted via  We welcome suggestions and recommendations for invited and keynote speakers.  Contributed papers are encouraged in all areas of condensed matter and materials research.  Students are particularly encouraged to submit abstracts for oral presentations.

    For all information, visit the webpage:

    Key dates

    Abstracts and registration open 18 September 2023
    Abstracts close
    15 November 2023
    Notification of presentation type
    8 December 2023
    Early bird Registration closes 15 December 2023
    • 23 Feb 2024
    • Swinburne University

    Victorian Physics Teachers’ Conference 2024

    Are you ready to embark on an educational journey that will reshape your approach to teaching physics? Mark your calendars for the most anticipated event of the year - PHYSCON 2024, a dynamic hybrid conference designed exclusively for Physics teachers.

    Date: Friday, 23rd February

    Venue: Swinburne University, Hawthorn Campus & Online

    Innovate Inspire Invigorate

    Keynote Speakers 

    Dr. Liam Hall - How we can educate for the quantum technology revolution, and what I wish I'd known
    Dr. Liam Hall from the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science will delve into the rapidly developing field of quantum technologies and innovative approaches to teaching quantum concepts in secondary schools.

    Dr. Sara Webb - Bringing the Universe into the Classroom
    Dr. Sara Webb from the Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing at Swinburne University of Technology will unveil strategies for "Bringing the Universe into the Classroom."

    Diverse Workshops to Elevate Your Teaching Game
    Experience 4 workshop sessions, available both in person and online, tailored to enhance your teaching methods. Topics span curriculum innovation, enrichment, engaging practical activities, and effective assessment techniques.

    Immerse Yourself in the Physics Community
    Enjoy networking opportunities over morning tea, lunch, and post-conference drinks. Gain valuable insights from the VCAA Presentation and engage in a comprehensive review of the November 2023 exam by Chief Assessor, Andrew Hansen.

    Experience the Future of Physics
    Explore cutting-edge laboratory facilities and experience the Virtual Reality theatre with guided laboratory tours. Additionally, don't miss the exciting Saturday Excursion Tasters!

    Access to Exhibitors
    Discover the latest resources and innovations in physics education through access to exhibitors.

    PHYSCON 2024 is proudly presented by the Vicphysics Teachers’ Network, in collaboration with the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Swinburne University of Technology.

    For more details and registration, visit Victorian Physics Teachers’ Conference 2024.

Past events

26 Sep 2023 AIP/IPAS Physics Industry Night 2023
22 Sep 2023 Public Lecture - Women in Physics - Magnetic Nanoparticles for the 21st Century
19 Sep 2023 Chemistry in the Pub
14 Sep 2023 Public Lecture: Magnetic nanoparticles – new materials to address biomedical and technological problems
14 Sep 2023 Physics Careers Night
13 Sep 2023 Women in Physics National Lecture Tour - "Magnetic Nanoparticles for the 21st Century"
11 Sep 2023 Public Lecture: Nano-magnets for biomedicine
11 Sep 2023 ANU Director's Colloquium - Analytic theories for magnetic skyrmions
6 Sep 2023 Claire Corani Memorial Public Lecture - Women in Physics Lecture Tour
25 Aug 2023 Exploding stars, wombat poos and the zombie apocalypse: Physics in the Pub
17 Aug 2023 Public lecture - The scattering of gravitational waves: a geometric perspective, Joerg Frauendiener (Otago)
9 Aug 2023 Adelaide Public Lecture: Dark Matter in the Sky and on the Earth
21 Jul 2023 Girls in Physics Breakfast - Nano-Magnets: New Materials to Address Biomedical and Technological Problems
20 Jul 2023 Nano-magnets: new materials to address biomedical and technological problems
20 Jul 2023 Public lecture by Dr Suzie Sheehy and Prof Alan Duffy on How to Discover a Universe
28 Jun 2023 AIP Women in Physics Lecture Tour - Dr Karen Livesey
28 Jun 2023 Magnetic Nanoparticles for the 21st Century
4 May 2023 Lecture - Distinguished Professor Peter Hannaford AC: Crystallizing Time with Lasers
3 May 2023 Public Lecture: Most of our universe is missing! Adventures in the dark side of the cosmos
3 Apr 2023 AIPNSW - 2023 Physics Research Poster Presentation Network Event
24 Mar 2023 Frontiers of Science Forum
17 Mar 2023 Climate Classrooms
24 Feb 2023 PHYSCON 2023 - Victorian Physics Teachers' Conference
7 Feb 2023 The 45th Annual Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting, Wagga 2023
2 Feb 2023 60th Annual General Meeting of the Australian Institute of Physics
11 Dec 2022 AIP 2022 Congress
7 Dec 2022 Frew Fellowship Public Lecture - Generating High-Intensity, Ultrashort Optical Pulses
5 Dec 2022 International Conference on Physics Education
2 Dec 2022 AIP WA Annual Dinner and AGM
1 Dec 2022 (CHANGE OF DATE) AIP Women in Physics 2022: Impacts! Rocks from space colliding with planets - Curtin University
21 Nov 2022 1st Circular on Asia-Pacific Conference on Condensed Matter Physics 2022
21 Nov 2022 Gordon Godfrey Workshop
13 Nov 2022 Engineering & Physical Sciences in Medicine Conference
8 Nov 2022 2nd International Symposium on Trans-Scale Quantum Science
27 Oct 2022 AIP Theoretical Physics Seminar - Spin transfer torques and spin-Hall effect due to the bulk states of topological insulators
3 Oct 2022 Walter Boas Lecture - University of Melbourne
30 Sep 2022 AIP Women in Physics 2022: Impacts! Rocks from space colliding with planets - University of Queensland
29 Sep 2022 AIP Women in Physics 2022: Impacts! Rocks from space colliding with planets - Queensland University of Technology
28 Sep 2022 AIP Women in Physics 2022: Impacts! Rocks from space colliding with planets - Newcastle University
28 Sep 2022 Early career women in STEMM paper and grant writing workshop
28 Sep 2022 2022 STEM Education and Industry Forum
21 Sep 2022 UWA Wallal Expedition Centenary
20 Sep 2022 AIP WA Sundowner: Submarines – why are they so expensive?
6 Sep 2022 AIP Women in Physics 2022: Impacts! Rocks from space colliding with planets - Adelaide University
21 Aug 2022 The 15th Asia Pacific Physics Conference (APPC15)
18 Aug 2022 AIP Theoretical Physics Webinar - Shayan Majidy, Noncommuting charges: Bridging theory to experiment
12 Aug 2022 2022 Annual President's Dinner
9 Aug 2022 AIP Women in Physics 2022: Impacts! Rocks from space colliding with planets - UTAS
1 Aug 2022 IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics
27 Jul 2022 AIP Women in Physics 2022: Impacts! Rocks from space colliding with planets - RMIT
22 Jul 2022 Girls in Physics Breakfasts
20 Jul 2022 Lecture - What’s Happening with the Ozone Hole?
20 Jul 2022 (CANCELLED) AIP Women in Physics 2022: Impacts! Rocks from space colliding with planets - QUT
12 Jul 2022 First Asia-Pacific IUPAP event on IUPAP 100 anniversary
30 Jun 2022 Theoretical Physics Seminar: Searching for Dark Matter Scattering, on Earth and in the Stars
26 Jun 2022 International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors (ICPS 2022)
9 Jun 2022 AIP Theoretical Physics Seminar: Nigel Goldenfeld, The Life and Death of Turbulence
2 Jun 2022 AIP Women in Physics Lecture: UNSW Canberra
2 Jun 2022 AIP Women in Physics Lecture: ANU (& Online)
1 Jun 2022 AIP Women in Physics Lecture: Wollongong University
31 May 2022 AIP Women in Physics Lecture: Macquarie University
19 May 2022 AIP Theoretical Physics Seminar: Realization of a Discrete Time Crystal on IBM's Quantum Computer
11 Apr 2022 Mathēmatica Sōlis et Terrae: An Australian Academy of Science - Elizabeth and Frederick White Research Conference
8 Apr 2022 Australian Nuclear Association (ANA2022) Conference
25 Mar 2022 Frontiers of Science Forum
24 Mar 2022 AIP theoretical physics seminar: Howard Wiseman
7 Mar 2022 ARPS 2022 Conference
3 Mar 2022 Composite quantum particles at the interface with gravity - foundations and new insights
1 Mar 2022 A Flying Photon
23 Feb 2022 Quantum Australia
11 Feb 2022 CQC2T/AIP Webinar - Quantum Information and Quantum Foundations with Donors in Silicon
2 Feb 2022 From Black-Hole Singularities to Cyclic Cosmology
1 Feb 2022 The 45th Annual Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting, Wagga 2022
10 Dec 2021 CQC2T/AIP Webinar - Machine learning for quantum technology
6 Dec 2021 AIP Summer Meeting
1 Dec 2021 1st Asia-Pacific Conference on Condensed Matter Physics
26 Nov 2021 AIP WA - AGM Dinner and Seminar
23 Nov 2021 Asia Pacific Physical Societies' Forum
18 Nov 2021 ANZCOP21 Online
18 Nov 2021 Dynamical control of a non-Hermitian superconducting qubit
17 Nov 2021 Atomic-scale insight for global-scale impact: How ANSTO’s nuclear science tools are helping to answer big questions in research and innovation
16 Nov 2021 AIP NSW Branch AGM
15 Nov 2021 Environmental Research 2021
4 Nov 2021 Ceri Brenner FLEET-ANSTO CAS seminar
27 Oct 2021 Where Physics Ends and Metaphysics Begins
25 Oct 2021 Space for Planet Earth Challenge
19 Oct 2021 Sundowner Series - Fiona Stanley Radiation Lab Tour
15 Oct 2021 Spyplanes, Enzymes & Alpha Centauri: AIP Physics in the Pub
11 Oct 2021 International conference on Materials Science and Engineering
7 Oct 2021 2021 AAPPS-APCTP C.N. Yang Award Ceremony
6 Oct 2021 Virtual Vacuum Congress 2021
1 Oct 2021 Physics Education Group AGM
1 Oct 2021 Physics Education Group Discipline Workshop
23 Sep 2021 AIP Theoretical Physics Seminar Series - Quantum Measurement and Control with Massive Mechanical Oscillators
20 Sep 2021 Early Career Women in STEMM Paper & Grant Writing Workshop
14 Sep 2021 Review & Revision of the System of Radiological Protection
9 Sep 2021 Quantum Nature of Gravity in the Lab: Assumptions, Implementation and Applications on the Way
7 Sep 2021 15th International Conference on Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS-15)
31 Aug 2021 Mission to Mars with Susanna Guatelli
26 Aug 2021 AIP Theoretical Physics Seminar: Carl Bender, PT Symmetry
25 Aug 2021 zOOM into Physics 5: The Dark Side of the Universe
24 Aug 2021 The 2021 Around-the-Clock Around-the-Globe Magnetics Conference
18 Aug 2021 Life on Mars (with cosmic radiation) held by ANSTO
17 Aug 2021 2021 AIP Women in Physics Hobart Lecture
12 Aug 2021 The Thermodynamics of Clocks
29 Jul 2021 62nd Hybrid LIYSF 2021 STEM Programme
27 Jul 2021 AIP / IPAS Physics Industry Night
22 Jul 2021 Quantum stochastic resonance of individual Fe atoms
19 Jul 2021 14th Edoardo Amaldi Conference on Gravitational Waves (Amaldi14)
11 Jul 2021 IUPAP 7th Conference on Women in Physics
26 Nov 2020 WA AGM Dinner & Speaker: Dark Matter, Super Cooled Helium 3 near Absolute Zero and deals with Russian Nuclear Reactors

To view more past events, click here

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