AIP members are welcome to join and watch the Annual Postgraduate Awards event held by the NSW AIP Branch on Tuesday 9 Nov via Zoom from 2pm AEDT (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney).
New fibre lasers, a deep-learning based analysis of the excess gamma-ray radiation at the Milky Way galaxy’s centre and detecting neutrinos in the sky are just some of the research topics being presented by seven top NSW physics students as they compete for the AIP NSW Postgraduate medal and Royal Society of NSW (RSNSW) Jak Kelly Prize.
The awards were created to foster excellence in physics postgraduate work and the presenting students were nominated by their respective universities based on their high standing.
The students will be judged on scientific content and quality as well as clarity and presentation skills. The judging panel includes Prismatic Sciences’ Dr Jesse Shore, USYD’s Tibor Molnar, AIP NSW’s Dr Timothy Van de Laan and RSNSW’s Dr Erik Aslaksen.
The event is proudly supported by the AIP, RSNSW and the Royal Australian Chemical Institute.
More details: https://www.aip.org.au/NSW-BRANCH/11572812
Zoom meeting link: https://aarnet.zoom.us/j/87483503215?pwd=MCt3WUIrdTBUWEhuVVhnUjJOSjJhUT09
Meeting ID: 874 8350 3215