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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

    • 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


    • 1 Dec 2021
    • 3 Dec 2021

    The division of condensed matter physics(DCMP) was founded in January 2021 as the new division in the Association of Asia-Pacific Physics Societies. We are delighted to announce that the DCMP will organize the 1st comprehensive regional conference on condensed matter physics in the Asia-Pacific region. We welcome your participation in this event. I refer you to the 1st circular as attached for your information. I would also like to ask you to be a goodwill ambassador of the DCMP and encourage your colleagues to join the DCMP.


    Topics include all aspects of condensed matter physics: Strongly Correlated Electron Systems, Quantum Materials, Topological Materials, Magnetic and Ferroelectric Materials, Superconductors, 2D Materials, Large facilities: Synchrotron, Neutron, High Field, Computational Physics, High Pressure Physics, Quantum Information Science, Spintronics, Device Physic, Functional Materials, and others.



     

    Date and place, 1st-3rd December 2021, online

    Deadline of submission, October 4th

     

    For details, please visit the following website,

    https://apctp.org/theme/d/html/activities/activities01_read.php?id=1600

    http://adcmp.dcrips.co.kr/theme/adcmp/04/sub4_2.php


    • 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/ 


    • 10 Dec 2021
    • 11:00 AM
    • Online

    Speaker:

    Dr Aaron Tranter 

    Postdoctoral researcher, Australian National University

    Dr Aaron Tranter is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Quantum Science and Technology at the Australian National University. Aaron's current research in CQC2T covers cold atoms as a quantum memory platform, engineering atom-light interactions and machine learning applied to problems in quantum physics.

     


    Abstract:

    Machine learning has been at the forefront of many recent technological improvements. From self-driving cars, to biomedical imaging and even personal assistants, machine learning techniques allow us to process data in a way unlike before. One of the key performers in this area is deep learning, using structures modelled after neural connections found in the brain. In parallel, we have seen the rise of quantum technology, offering advantages over classical technology such as superior sensing, faster computing, and provably secure communications. But building and controlling this technology is a challenging endeavour. We will cover the application of machine learning to quantum systems, examining how these powerful techniques can serve as a useful tool for researchers and engineers, uncovering potentially new and exciting phenomena. We will also detail how we have already been able to demonstrate a deep learning approach overturning the best human intuition for cooling atoms using lasers, automatically aligning lasers, and helping researchers examine atomic scale images.

    Event dial-in link:

    https://monash.zoom.us/j/83628497976?pwd=a2NnREVBamhzUDFZTGdIMVQ0L2tXUT09

    Speaker:

    Dr Aaron Tranter

    Postdoctoral researcher

    Research School of Physics

    Australian National University


    • 1 Feb 2022
    • 4 Feb 2022
    • Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga
    Register

    The 45th Annual Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting will now be held from Tuesday 1st – Friday 4th February 2022 on its familiar site at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW.

    The meeting will be chaired jointly by Chris Ling (University of Sydney) and Trevor Finlayson (University of Melbourne). Let’s compensate for the lost year due to COVID-19 by making “Wagga 2022” the biggest edition ever!

    For all information, visit the webpage: https://aip.org.au/CMM-Conference.


    The organising committee may be contacted via CMM-Wagga@aip.org.au.

    Key dates

    Abstracts open 3rd November 2021
    Registration open 15th  November 2021
    Abstracts and Registration closes
    10th December 2021
    Notification of abstract acceptance 24th December 2021
    • 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/


Past events

26 Nov 2021 AIP WA - AGM Dinner and Seminar
24 Nov 2021 2021 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TAS BRANCH
23 Nov 2021 Asia Pacific Physical Societies' Forum
18 Nov 2021 Dynamical control of a non-Hermitian superconducting qubit
17 Nov 2021 Atomic-scale insight for global-scale impact: How ANSTO’s nuclear science tools are helping to answer big questions in research and innovation
16 Nov 2021 AIP NSW Branch AGM
15 Nov 2021 THE 12TH APCTP WORKSHOP ON MULTIFERROICS
15 Nov 2021 Environmental Research 2021
4 Nov 2021 Ceri Brenner FLEET-ANSTO CAS seminar
27 Oct 2021 Where Physics Ends and Metaphysics Begins
25 Oct 2021 Space for Planet Earth Challenge
19 Oct 2021 Sundowner Series - Fiona Stanley Radiation Lab Tour
15 Oct 2021 Spyplanes, Enzymes & Alpha Centauri: AIP Physics in the Pub
11 Oct 2021 International conference on Materials Science and Engineering
7 Oct 2021 2021 AAPPS-APCTP C.N. Yang Award Ceremony
6 Oct 2021 Virtual Vacuum Congress 2021
1 Oct 2021 Physics Education Group AGM
1 Oct 2021 Physics Education Group Discipline Workshop
23 Sep 2021 AIP Theoretical Physics Seminar Series - Quantum Measurement and Control with Massive Mechanical Oscillators
20 Sep 2021 Early Career Women in STEMM Paper & Grant Writing Workshop
14 Sep 2021 Review & Revision of the System of Radiological Protection
9 Sep 2021 Quantum Nature of Gravity in the Lab: Assumptions, Implementation and Applications on the Way
7 Sep 2021 15th International Conference on Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS-15)
6 Sep 2021 GREEN AND RENEWABLE ENERGY: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
31 Aug 2021 Mission to Mars with Susanna Guatelli
26 Aug 2021 AIP Theoretical Physics Seminar: Carl Bender, PT Symmetry
25 Aug 2021 zOOM into Physics 5: The Dark Side of the Universe
24 Aug 2021 The 2021 Around-the-Clock Around-the-Globe Magnetics Conference
18 Aug 2021 Life on Mars (with cosmic radiation) held by ANSTO
17 Aug 2021 2021 AIP Women in Physics Hobart Lecture
12 Aug 2021 The Thermodynamics of Clocks
29 Jul 2021 62nd Hybrid LIYSF 2021 STEM Programme
27 Jul 2021 AIP / IPAS Physics Industry Night
22 Jul 2021 Quantum stochastic resonance of individual Fe atoms
19 Jul 2021 14th Edoardo Amaldi Conference on Gravitational Waves (Amaldi14)
11 Jul 2021 IUPAP 7th Conference on Women in Physics
26 Nov 2020 WA AGM Dinner & Speaker: Dark Matter, Super Cooled Helium 3 near Absolute Zero and deals with Russian Nuclear Reactors

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