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Western Sydney University NMR MRI & Diffusion Symposium/Workshop

Western Sydney University will be holding the 8th WSU Symposium on NMR MRI & Diffusion early in November. It will include two workshops (Magritek and Bruker) and the ANZMAG Annual General Meeting.

Registration and program information is available is through the link westernsydney.edu.au/MRIsymposium. Registration (regular $150; student $65) includes the evening networking dinner on the evening of the 8th November.

Students are encouraged to submit a poster of their work, prizes for the best poster will be presented and four lucky students will be nominated to give a 5-minute oral presentation at the symposium.

The Western Sydney University Symposium is held biennially and showcases theoretical developments and cutting edge applications of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Diffusion measurements.

Western Sydney University NMR MRI & Diffusion Symposium/Workshop

Western Sydney University will be holding the 8th WSU Symposium on NMR MRI & Diffusion early in November. It will include two workshops (Magritek and Bruker) and the ANZMAG Annual General Meeting.

Registration and program information is available is through the link westernsydney.edu.au/MRIsymposium. Registration (regular $150; student $65) includes the evening networking dinner on the evening of the 8th November.

Students are encouraged to submit a poster of their work, prizes for the best poster will be presented and four lucky students will be nominated to give a 5-minute oral presentation at the symposium.

The Western Sydney University Symposium is held biennially and showcases theoretical developments and cutting edge applications of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Diffusion measurements.

AIP Women in Physics lecture – Macquarie University

Special Public AIP Lecture Event – at Macquarie University
“Innovation with the most powerful lasers in the world”

Each year the Australian Institute of Physics (AIP) funds a national tour by an eminent female physicist. This year’s AIP Women in Physics lecturer will be Dr Ceri Brenner, an experimental physicist from the UK. Ceri’s AIP lecture in Sydney is in partnership with the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Macquarie University.

Ceri Brenner is a plasma physicist and innovator who uses the most powerful lasers in the world to study what happens when extreme bursts of light come into contact with matter and is using this knowledge to design new X-ray technology that can see through steel! The extreme physics she studies can also be applied for understanding supernova explosions in space or how we can ignite a star on earth for clean electricity generation.

When Ceri shines the CLF’s super-intense lasers at a solid, liquid or a gas, they super-heat to millions of degrees in less than a trillionth of a second and rip apart the material structure to transform into plasma—the fourth state of matter.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/aip-women-in-physics-lecture-dr-ceri-brenner-tickets-47341985152
Enquiries phone: (02) 9850 8959