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  • 13 Jul 2021 10:46 PM | Anonymous

    Physics industry night: lecture and networking event

    Date and time

    Tue., 27 July 2021
    6:00 pm – 8:30 pm ACST

    About this event

    The SA Branch of the Australian Institute of Physics (AIP) and the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) invite you to the 2021 AIP/IPAS Physics Industry Night!

    Curious about Science and Physics? Wondering what careers can come from studying Physics? Not sure if you should choose to study Physics in year 11, year 12 or University?

    Hear from six local organisations and companies who hire Physics graduates. Listen to the experiences of experts in their field who have used their physics education to leap into exciting and rewarding careers.

    Stay around after the lecture for free pizza and a chance to meet our speakers from:

    Date: Tuesday 27 July 2021

    Lecture: 6:00PM - 7:00PM, The Braggs Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide

    Pizza and networking: 7:00PM - 8:30PM, Ingkarni Wardli Atrium, University of Adelaide

    All attendees must register individually with an Eventbrite ticket, including students, parents, and presenters.

    Due to covid limits in the lecture theatre we kindly request that students attending bring no more than one parent or guardian.

     AIP / IPAS Physics Industry Night image


    The Braggs Building

    Victoria Drive

    Adelaide, SA 5005

  • 1 Mar 2021 11:11 AM | Deleted user

    The Astronomical Society of South Australia has invited AIP members to a special General Meeting:

    The Astronomical Society of South Australia is hosting a special General Meeting starting at 8pm Wednesday 3rd of March 2021 featuring an in-person presentation by Prof. Lisa Kewley discussing galaxy formation research as well as equity & diversity initiatives. The ASSA will also be launching a new initiative to engage more women into the science of Astronomy through our Society.

    Eventbrite registration for free tickets:

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    Additional info:

  • 8 Feb 2021 11:13 AM | Deleted user

    Penrose, Singularities and Black Holes: The Nobel Prize in Physics 2020

    Details: 6:30 pm, Tuesday February 16th 2021
    The Braggs lecture theatre, Braggs building,
    University of Adelaide (North Terrace campus)

    Professor Susan Scott
    Australian National University

    In this talk we explore the 20th century story of black holes. Originally black holes were thought to be an undesirable artefact of Einstein’s general theory of relativity, but Penrose’s powerful singularity theorem of the 1960s turned that way of thinking on its head. As a result, we now believe our Universe to be full of black holes. As one of the greatest achievements in theoretical physics, Penrose’s breakthrough led to his receipt of the Nobel Prize in Physics for 2020. We will see how this Nobel Prize intimately connects with the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics for the first direct detection of gravitational waves

    The Bronze Bragg medals and merit certificates will be presented at the lecture.

    The medals are awarded for highest achievement in Physics in 2020 in the SACE Stage 2 assessments and IB Higher Level Physics, with certificates being for students who achieved a merit or a grade of 7.

    Due to COVID-19 restrictions, seats are limited and bookings are essential through the Eventbrite link:

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