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Highlighting Australia’s physics in the AAPPS Bulletin – call for entries

10 Sep 2021 11:11 AM | Anonymous

The Australian Institute of Physics is part of the Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies (AAPPS). Each year the AIP has the opportunity to present research highlights and news from the Australian physics community to the Asia Pacific community through the AAPPS Bulletin. In order to have the appropriate source material to coordinate Australia’s submission in this year’s October issue two type of contribution are sought:

1. Research highlights (RH) - these should be between 150 and 350 words on what is judged to be the most significant new results in research by an identified, team, institutional group, or research centre published in the year July 2020 to June 2021. Key research publications should be referenced and appended. Please also append a suitable high-quality image that can be published without any copyright issues. If the research involves international collaboration please be very specific about the contribution to a larger outcome that has been carried out by researchers living and working in Australia.

2. News (N) - capturing the outcomes of key conferences, outreach, or educational events, that have taken place in Australia, are welcome. Also, tributes to individuals and teams who have marked major anniversaries or received significant awards are noteworthy.

Please email the contributions for consideration to Deb Kane at deb.kane@mq.edu.au by 30th September. A consultative process will be implemented to lead to the Australian RH&N content to be forwarded to AAPPSB. 

Let’s communicate our Research Highlights and News to the AAPPS.

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