Promoting the role of Physics in research, education, industry and the community
The 2024 programme now available.
Note also registration commences from 2.00pm on 6 February in the foyer of the Convention Centre at Charles Sturt University. Maps can be found in the conference handbook which also contains other logistical information about Charles Sturt University; see here.
Matteo Baggioli, Jiao Tong University, Shanghai
Sue Coppersmith, University of New South Wales, Sydney
Dimi Culcer, University of New South Wales, Sydney
Kirrily Rule, ACNS, ANSTO
Krystina Lamb, Australian Synchrotron
David Pham, Halocell Energy
Tilo Söhnel, University of Auckland
Oleg Tretiakov, University of New South Wales, Sydney
Xiaolin Wang, University of Wollongong
The time allocated for Oral Presentations includes question time. For invited talks, we envisage presentations of 25 minutes + 5 minutes for questions and discussions. For contributed talks, presentations will be of 12 minutes + 3 minutes for questions and discussions. Please prepare your presentation with these timings in mind, as the session chairs will be instructed to keep strictly to schedule. Invited papers are of 30 minutes total time including questions.
Speakers are asked to meet their session chair and upload their presentation to the on-site laptop during the break before their scheduled presentation. To help things run smoothly, we would prefer presentations in PPT or PDF format - we do not plan to change laptops within a session so please prepare your presentations accordingly.
Each poster will have its own poster board within room C of the convention centre. Posters may be hung in either landscape or portrait orientation however they will fit better if in portrait and a maximum size of A0. Posters may be affixed to the poster board with Velcro tabs - available at the registration desk. Please find the poster board with your poster number which will be found in the detailed programme (to be finalised). At this time we envisage posters may be hang for the duration of the conference although author attendance will be Wednesday or Thursday.
There will be awards for the best Student Oral presentations and best Student Poster presentations which will be presented on Friday before lunch.
All poster presenters are welcome to join the Poster SLAM sessions directly before the poster sessions. A Poster SLAM is a short presentation (maximum 3 minutes, 2 slides) designed to generate interest in your poster. It is a way to encourage other delegates who may otherwise have missed your poster to come by and talk to you. The aim is not to present your entire poster results and outcomes but to advertise your poster so that people will have to drop by to find out more. Please ensure that you upload any slides you wish to use (maximum of 2, in PPT or PDF format) to the conference laptop during the lunch break.