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NSW Branch

Welcome to the New South Wales (NSW) branch of the AIP.  Watch this space for local events in NSW! The NSW branch page is managed by Dr Graeme Melville .

NSW Awards and Prizes

The NSW Branch celebrates its physicists by giving out awards and prizes. 

Check Out NSW Awards And Prizes

Upcoming Events

Events Calendar

  • 15 October AIPNSW Physics in the Cloud. This will be an e-event. Stay posted for link.
  • 9 November AIPNSW Postgraduate Awards Day 1:45 pm - 3:45 pm.
  • 16 November NSWAIP AGM 6 pm - 6:45 pm.

Event Details

Latest News

  • 4 Sep 2021 4:13 PM | Anonymous

    The Australian Institute of Physics in New South Wales has instituted this annual award as a means to recognise the work of individuals for community outreach to the discipline of physics. This Award seeks to acknowledge an individual, with a clearly notable record of work in contributing to outreach, physics education, and has demonstrated passion for the study of physics in New South Wales.

    Click here for details


Recorded Videos

Past Events

Past 2021 Events:

  • 1st event of the year – Friday 12 March 2021
AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS | TEACHERS’ GUILD OF NEW SOUTH WALES | ROYAL AUSTRALIAN CHEMICAL INSTITUTE

Presents: 2021 Frontiers of Science Forum

Exploring major discoveries and theories in physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry at this year’s combined AIP, TGNSW and RACI meeting. Please refer to the flyer as registration is necessary for attendance. FLYER

  • April 26, 27 , 28. AIPNSW WIP Lecture Series, Venue: Sydney and Wollongong. Speaker A/Prof Susanna Guatelli. Two Public Lectures. One at Wollongong Space Centre – bookings at 6: 00 pm on 26 April. Also at Macquarie University on Tues 27 April at 6:00 pm – Bookings. The topic is: Title: Radiation protection of astronauts in human missions to Mars: simulation and reality.
  • August 17. Einstein Lecture. Digital event from UNSW. 

    The Race to Mars  - Intro by Dr Graeme Melville (UNSW) with twin lectures by Prof Iver Cairns (USyd) on how 'Space Weather' will affect any journey to Mars with A/Prof Susanna Guatelli (UWollongong) talking about the latest research on biological radiation hazards that astronauts will be subjected to.                                                                               To watch go to link.

  •  zOOm into Physics Past events details HERE

If you wish to see more past NSW events, please click here.

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