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The AIP runs a science-orientated events board for online and in-person events across Australia.  Please contact events@aip.org.au 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 aip@aip.org.au.

Upcoming events

    • 6 Oct 2021
    • 8 Oct 2021


    Vacuum Society of Australia invites you to join them for the first fully online immersive Virtual Vacuum Congress 2021.

    The pandemic has been an enormous disruption to life and to daily research and now more than ever it is critical for the community to meet allowing us to disseminate new results, discuss and debate problems, meet new colleagues, explore and find out about products, extend and build new experiments, get inspired, plan new projects and collaborations, and just have a bit of fun while doing this. 

    Creating this event as a virtual experience will lead to totally new avenues to interact, in meaningful and productive ways, allowing a broad swath of students and early career scientists to participate, and those that support them to advertise their work to a broad community and to the Government that funds the research. 

    An outstanding scientific program is currently being developed and includes an array of current topics covering the nine scientific and technical divisions of the VSA. For a full list of topics being covered in the program, click here. 

    Additionally, there are many new and exciting opportunities available for companies to participate in online exhibition during the Congress. Sponsors and exhibitors are invited to experience our intuitive platform and engage with key individuals at an event that will be streamed semi-live and will remain on demand for one month after the event ends. Please get in touch with their team to discuss your virtual involvement.  The virtual format provides the opportunity to present in both oral and poster sessions alongside experts in the field. View their world renowned Keynote Speakers and the Congress program, that is continually evolving. Sign up to the mailing list to keep up to date with the latest information.

    See more here: https://vacuumcongress.com.au/

    • 11 Oct 2021
    • 8:00 AM
    • 14 Oct 2021
    • 5:00 PM
    • Brisbane


    It is a great pleasure and honour to invite colleagues from academia and business, as well as young researchers and students from all parts of the world to attend the Materials Science Conference. The conference, scheduled from October 11-14, 2021 is organized by Prism Scientific Services in collaboration with The University of Queensland.

    The conference will underpin the need and importance of collaboration and cooperation by individuals from a wide range of professional backgrounds. Materials Oceania will bring together a multidisciplinary group of scientists and engineers from all over the world to present latest findings and to exchange their ideas. This in turn paves the way for further discoveries, which most often happen where disciplines and specialists meet and congregate. In fact the development of materials was, is and will be fundamental for all technological applications, and in the entire field of applied science targeting the improvement of quality of life for humanity. At the end of the materials conference, we hope that attendees will feel they have generated the most up-to-date information available.

    We hope that you will join us for a symphony of outstanding science, and to also take a little extra time to enjoy the spectacular and unique beauty of Brisbane City.

    Website:https://www.materialsconferenceaustralia.com/


    • 19 Oct 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (WAST)
    • Fiona Stanley Hospital - Meet at the Green Sculptures

    You are invited to a tour of the radiation lab at Fiona Stanley Hospital. The tour will include the Linac and brachytherapy equipment, and possibly the storage unit.


    Getting there: The hospital is easily accessible by public transport – busses run from Murdoch Station, or it is a 10 minute walk. Parking is available.


    Meeting point: Enter at the point denoted in the map (left) as “Main Entry” and keep walking until you come to the green sculptures shown on the photo (left), about halfway along the main concourse.


    Contact: If arriving late or in case of problems, please ring 6152 4965. 

    https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/aip-wa-sundowner-fiona-stanley-radiation-lab-tour-tickets-171153283077




    • 18 Nov 2021
    • 3:00 PM
    • 19 Dec 2021
    • 6:00 PM

    18 Nov 2021, 3:00 PM – 19 Nov 2021, 6:00 PM @ ANZCOP 21 is running at a series of hubs and online across Australia and New Zealand

    https://optics.org.au/anzcop21


    • 2 Dec 2021
    • 3 Dec 2021
    • Australian National University in Canberra, Australia

    The rapid progress and expansion of computational power will soon reach the exascale, and provide the compute to solve a new class of problems. The enabling science of high-performance computing is computational mathematics: permitting solution to high dimensional problems, improve the efficiency of calculation, and robustly quantify uncertainty.

    Mathēmatica Sōlis et Terrae, an Australian Academy of Science Elizabeth and Frederick White Research Conference, is a two-day research conference. It will bring together a diverse group of disciplines to share challenges and explore synergies in high performance computing simulation in the fields of the solid Earth (geophysics), land-atmosphere carbon exchange (earth systems science), and solar physics.

    The conference will cover topics in numerical analysis (e.g. Galerkin methods, spline-based techniques, sparse-grids, uncertainty quantification and matching layers) and applications in geophysics, Earth system science and solar and astrophysics.

     

    Plenary speakers

     

    Numerical analysis

    • Santiago Badia (Monash University)
    • Jerome Droniou (Monash University)
    • Ulrich Rüde (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)

    Solar / Fusion

    • Amitava Bhatarcharajee (Princeton University)
    • Michael Wheatland (University of Sydney)
    • Paul Cally (Monash University)

    Geophysics

    • Phil Cummins (Australian National University)
    • Alice-Agnes Gabriel (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
    • Dave Lee (Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia)

    Earth Systems Science

    • Matthias Cuntz (INRAE, French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment)
    • Clint Dawson (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Andy Hogg (Australian National University)


    Important Dates: 

    Contributed Abstract Deadline: 1st October 2021

    Conference: 2-3 December 2021 

    • 6 Dec 2021
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • 9 Dec 2021
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • Brisbane, QLD


    Mark your diaries for the AIP Summer Meeting, set to take place in Brisbane this December.


    The event was founded in 2017 and takes place every two years, alternating with the AIP Congress.

    This year the meeting will be held at the Queensland University of Technology, running from December 6 to 9. It will be chaired by QUT’s Associate Professor Jennifer MacLeod

    More details, including program, registration and sponsors, will appear soon at https://aip-summer-meeting.com/ 


    • 1 Feb 2022
    • 4 Feb 2022
    • Wagga Wagga campus of the Charles Sturt University

    Due to COVID-19, “Wagga 2021” has been postponed to “Wagga 2022”

    Post graduate and early career researchers are particularly welcome to contribute on topics across the full palette of Condensed Matter and Materials research. The 2022 meeting will be held at the Wagga Wagga campus of the Charles Sturt University from Tuesday, 1st February through to Friday, 4th February, 2022.

    The organising team will be chaired by Michael Cortie, University of Technology Sydney (michael.cortie@uts.edu.au) and Chris Ling, University of Sydney (chris.ling@sydney.edu.au). As further information comes to hand, it will be made available at http://cmm-group.com.au/.


    • 1 Feb 2022
    • 4 Feb 2022
    • Wagga Wagga campus of the Charles Sturt University


    Due to COVID-19, “Wagga 2021” has been postponed to “Wagga 2022”

    Post graduate and early career researchers are particularly welcome to contribute on topics across the full palette of Condensed Matter and Materials research. The 2022 meeting will be held at the Wagga Wagga campus of the Charles Sturt University from Tuesday, 1st February through to Friday, 4th February, 2022.

    The organising team will be chaired by Michael Cortie, University of Technology Sydney (michael.cortie@uts.edu.au) and Chris Ling, University of Sydney (chris.ling@sydney.edu.au). As further information comes to hand, it will be made available at http://cmm-group.com.au/.


    • 7 Mar 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • 10 Mar 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • Canberra


    Due to covid-19 the 2021 conference has been delayed / postponed till the 7-10th of March 2022.

    Theme of the ARPS 2022 conference is ‘Legacy and Innovation in Radiation Protection’.
    The aim of the conference is to enrich the understanding of non-ionising and ionising radiation safety, highlight the importance of effective communication and stakeholder involvement on radiation safety, highlight new technologies and generate discussion across a broad range of radiation protection aspects looking to the past as well at the future. The Organising Committee is keen to put together a full and extensive program, which will include three days of scientific sessions.
    This is a wonderful opportunity to be involved in this conference. Please join us in Canberra and support ARPS as it delivers the best and most recent radiation protection information to delegates.

    Canberra Rex Hotel


    • 26 Jun 2022
    • 1 Jul 2022

    The organising committee looks forward to welcome you to the 35th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors (ICPS) to be held Sunday 26 June – Friday 1 July 2022 at the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney), Australia. This biennial meeting is the premier forum for reporting all aspects of semiconductor physics including electronic, structural, optical, magnetic and transport properties. The conference will reflect the state of the art in semiconductor physics with a heritage dating back to the 1950s.

    ICC Sydney is located in the heart of one of Australia’s most spectacular cities and is perched directly on the stunning Sydney Harbour. ICPS 2022 attendees will be able to travel by ferry to many of the scenic attractions of Sydney, including Manly Beach, Luna Park and the famous Taronga Zoo, with Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House a short stroll away.

    We encourage you to save the dates in your calendar and register your expression of interest today to be kept up to date with the latest information and program news.

    Join the mailing list to be kept up to date with information on the International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors 2022: https://confirmsubscription.com/h/y/3682E4BBFF8EB3A9

    For more information, please visit: https://www.icps2022.org/


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