Annual Postgraduate Awards Day – NSW AIP Branch
November 13 @ 2:00 pm - 10:00 pmFree
The NSW AIP Branch will hold its Annual Postgraduate Awards Day on Tuesday 13 November 2018.
Each New South Wales University is invited to nominate one student to compete for the $500 prize and Postgraduate medal on that day.
The Royal Society of NSW will also award the Jak Kelly Scholarship prize of $500 as a separate award category for this event. Students nominated for the awards will also be invited as guests for the NSW AIP Branch annual dinner that follows the presentations.
These awards have been created to encourage excellence in postgraduate work, and all nominees who participate in the Postgraduate Awards Day will receive a special certificate recognising the nominee’s high standing.
Students are asked to make a 20-minute presentation on their postgraduate research in Physics, and the presentation will be judged on the criteria:
- content and scientific quality
- presentation skills.
Please refer to the judges’ criteria and nomination procedures in the attached AIP Postgraduate Awards Program.
Entrance is FREE to the Awards and Talk by Tibor G Molnar.
- 2pm – 5pm: Student presentations at the University of New South Wales, School of Physics, Room G59/60, Level G Old Main Building, Kensington Campus
- 5.30pm – 6pm: Refreshments
- 6pm – 6.20pm: AGM
- 6.20pm – 6.35pm: Presentation of Awards and Prizes
- 6.35pm: Guest speaker (Tibor G Molnar)
- 8pm – 10pm: Annual dinner at Giovanna Restaurant, 285 Anzac Parade, Kingsford
This event is proudly sponsored by the Australian Institute of Physics, The Royal Australian Chemical Institute and The Royal Society of New South Wales.
Please nominate a postgraduate student by Friday 5th October 2018.
Please NOTE: Please email the title and abstract of your nominated student presentation in the attached word document nomination form to Dr Frederick Osman by Friday 5th October 2018 on email@example.com